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Hooking up an ATA card

I recently replaced my Promise Ultra66 board. My problem is I didn't pay attention to where it plugs onto the motherboard. Can someone please help me Thank you

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Re: Hooking up an ATA card

What ata card have you got? Do you mean PCI or AGP card?

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