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Converting to a pc

I have just got very cheap a working ml310 two sata drives etc. There are slots for cards and I would like to fit a sound card ( I have installed xp) the pci slots are the wrong way around for the sound cards I have can you help please?

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This machine was never intended to be a PC. It does not have any standard PCI slots, only PCI-X slots. You can get PCI-X sound cards but these will be expensive if you are able to find then. You can try to search to buy PCI-X sound cards in google.

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