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Since your motherboard is responsible for the supplying power to your card there is no harm in mounting the video card. As far as i know if the voltage capacity of the video card is lesser than the voltage supply of your board then you should not try it.
AGP gets its supply from motherboard so do with PCI slot. You will notice the performance of the video if the supplied power from your board is not sufficient.:D
The motherboard battery is dead. Look on the board for a silver disk about 1/2 inch in diameter, that is the motherboard battery. It is usually held in place by a small spring affair and is easily removed and replaced, your local pharmacy or watch maker should have new ones in stock.
It realy depends on which program that called for the active X, it may have set activeX to manual permision. The is no harm to your PC or software it just a major pane in the ****. The only thing you can try is uninstall activeX and reinstall it, but the program that set it to manual permision might do it again, nothing can be done about that it's a maufacture setting. GL hope this helps.