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Pci slot seems dead

When i try to plug new PCI D-LINK LAN Card and VGA AGP PixelView Card it doesn't take any effect. windows (XP Prof) can't detect any new hardware device.

why is really trouble that I have now? and how to fix it?

Thank's so much

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So windows XP doesnt detect your new hardware. Try these suggestions:

1. Re install by reconnecting it to their respective slots.
2. Check, if the cards connected, supports PLUG and PLAY which means it can be detected automatically if connected to the slots.
3. If it is not plug and play, you have to configure it manually, try to install its software cd.

To see if it is already detected, go to the my computer and check the hardware devices connected menu (I hope you can browse to go to that menu) next, if it is already detected
all items listed there must have no question mark on it and X mark.

If you have this mark, it means that the driver is not installed yet or you have to reconfigure it.

Posted on Dec 17, 2007

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