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Pci or agp?

I suspect i have a faulty agp or pci card in my p.c
the computer operates the" CAS Superguide Analyzer" automotive equip.
Anyway, the manufactorer is out of bus. so my question..Is there a place to send the card for testing and correction?
I cant determine on the card who, where or what it is or where its from...
I really need this machine...Have you heard of it? any contacts?
Thanks for anyhelp you may render..
Dactag

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Im parting out a functioning cas unit.if you need a vid card id be willing to sell you the one from mine if its not a standard card.ill look at it again tonight and come back.

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

  • romakdaddy Feb 29, 2008

    mine definatly has a standard pci card in it.

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Hey dactag,

A good computer shop should test this card for you to confirm. Best to test the cards on their home board. If confirmed bad, then you begin a search on the net. Someone should have one in a shop they can test and ship to you. Keep asking, ok

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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