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P4p800-vm pci slot is not recognising the add on card ( TV tuner)

I m having p4p800-vm motherboard with p4 2.8Ghz cpu my pc is working absolutly fine but the add on card is not being recognised even the found new hardware window doesnt popup. in device manager also i dont find the added device. i tried it doing manually but still it is not working. my ram is of 512MB. kindly suggest me what to do is my motherboard pci slot dead?

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There is no PCI-E slot on this motherboard. It has an AGP 8x slot and 3 PCI slots, but no PCI-E. Therefore, even if you could manage to get the PCI-E card physically into the slot it will never work.

Here is a link to the manual - http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock478/p4p800-vm/e1338_p4p800-vm.pdf

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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