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Can you use a 128bit agp graphics card on a 32bit agp motherboard

Got a msi-6712v1.0 mother board with a 32bit agp

& a nvidia ge5200 graphics card

will it work

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Yes install the drivers then under the device mgr disable the onboard video adaptor

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