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Your AGP (Advanced Graphics Port) slot is a Video Card Slot on *********** Board... It is usually a brown slot this is above the PCI (white slots). You have to have a Video Adapter ( video card ) for your PC to display ANYTHING, so you either have a card or you have onboard video which shared some of your system RAM for Video. This card is where you plug in your monitor, so if your monitor plugs into a seperate card then you probably have an AGP card, if it plugs in near the mouse/kb/sound then it is most likely an onboard video adapter.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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