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I'm having difficulties with my AGP Card

On my Asock P461 motherboard my AGP card keeps shorting out and have replaced my Gaphics card 3 times...keeps frying it out last card I tried was a GForceFx5500..

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If your motherboard shorts out and fries anything, replace it immediately. It is simply more cost effective to replace it than try to troubleshoot the card unless it has an obvious problem like bad capacitors.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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Hi porkchop_66_ , if you uninstalled factory graphics drivers, chances are you uninstalled the motherboards built in graphics card driver. Since you haven't provided your motherboard model & manufactures name I can't be 100% your weren't using an onboard graphics card. So I'll cover both.
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