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I have tried to add PCI wireless cards, and a dual VGA card to my 753n. Each time I install the card the computer will power up, but not even get to the BIOS screen. I have removed and reinstalled the CMOS battery, tried different cards, all with the same problem. Once they are removed, the computer boots fine. It has a PCI FireWire card that was factory installed, adn I can move it to a different PCI slot with no problems. Any insight would be most appreciated as the computer works great otherwise. Thanks!!

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Hello,

One possiblilty is the VGA card may be bad. Try installing just the wireless card and booting your system, if it works install the VGA card. The other option, if you have not done so is to first install the software that came with each card and then install the hardware and reboot.

Good Luck
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