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Hi mate it should be fine .the only thing might be you psu power supply unit might not handle it but i am pretty sure you will be fine just make sure you unistall drivers then insert new card then reinstall drives from amd web site .
Try unistalling the Dell Dimension Intel (R) graphics controller form your device manager...how?... 1. On My Computer, right click and select properties. 2. Select Hardware tab, and click Device Manager. 3. On the list of device manager, click View menu and select Devices bt type 4. Double click Display Adapters, to display the list of connected graphics adapter. 5. Disable the graphics adapter listed, by right clicking of the file name and select uninstall. 6. Now close any program and shutdown your computer.. 7 Connect your video card to the motherboard and turn on your computer. Yous computer will run its add new hardware device , just be ready with your driver files..
I hope that will make your video card work again with your motherboard
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so simple your display driver is not installed or out dated . just go to your motherboard website and download the drivers for your model and install .if it was hard go to nividia you can freely download all the driver for all the mother boards . else check out this for automatic drivar download