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Removal of agp card

Is there a trick to removing the card like a clip or should it just pop out

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It should just pop out.. Don't force it too hard though, or bend it..

I find the easiest way to remove a card is by pushing up first on the back of the card (where is monitor outputs are) on the bent metal part that where the screw goes.. It helps get the card unseated without pulling on the board itself.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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    Dave MacPhee Mar 30, 2008

    Hrmm.. Didn't see the clip on the board..

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Your right, there is a little pice of plastic located near the back bottom of the AGP card. (some colored light blue), just push it towards the bottom of the case as you pull up on the card. That's it.

Mike

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