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Your model 4500 has an AGP slot for video cards.
The Accelerated Graphics Port (often shortened to AGP) is a high-speed
point-to-point channel for attaching a video card to a computer's
motherboard, primarily to assist in the acceleration of 3D computer
graphics. Since 2004, AGP has been progressively phased out in favor of
PCI Express. Here is a link to the technical specs of your motherboard: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim4500/specs.htm#1101572
I think maybe the model number provided is incorrect.
What you are looking for is a barcode with an AA number on it. You need to provide the first six digits after AA, this way we can properly identify your board.
hiiiiii.....i had formated my computer because of some virus problem....nut now after that i cant get a sound driver and there is no name and serial number on the mother board.....wht can i do......please write back
go to device manager and right click on the items not installed and go to properties. click update driver and use search automatically make sure your connected to internet and it will check windows update for drivers
if this does not work the will be a model number on the board starting with ga- get this and go to gigabyte site and search for drivers
Simple, look for some kind of reference to model name physically printed on main board, ie "GA-XX1239". Go to gigabyte's site, search via board model number, download audio, video, chipset drivers etc for relevant OS. Normally there's a pic of board so you have a visual comparison.
wat do u mean by dis--->"board starts up cant get any video from any cards"
well r u trying to say is that u cant watch movies or play games?
well is ur computers boot-up? lyk is windows running?
another question ur board might be not compatible to such kind of cards have u check ur mother board manual?
can u name ur motherboard breifly? like full model number?
n as u said u think ur mother board doesnt work , so if ur motherboard is not working is ur motherboard capable enough too install a windows without any errors? if yes then ur motherboard is 100% working its just that the video card that u'ave bought was not compatible enoguh to fit ur motherboard
u answer my these question then i'll tell u which video card too buy + mention ur budget that how mucch expensive card u can afford!