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COMPATIBILITY PROBLEM I have a P4VMM2 motherboard with VIA P4M266 North Bridge(VT8751) and VIA VT8233 South Bridge chipset. I'm looking for a replacement for my old Nividia GeForce2 MX400/400 video card. Can anybody recommend any existing graphics card that has been tested in this type of motherboard?

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I have an intel 915 motherbard with agp8x . i cannot install geforce 6200 8x agp card. what is the solution?

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U have an agp slot on the motherboard. no good latest cards come on agp. go for a geforce 6200 agp. shud be able to find that at very low price.

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