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Socket A for processor, AGP for video, DDR  for memory, 3 x PCI for all the other cards, PATA for disks and USB 2 for all the rest.

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How do you use the expansion slot?

I'm going to assume you're talking about the backside of the desktop computer? If so, you'd have to take the cover off of it to expose the guts. There is a big flat circuit board inside. This is called the "motherboard" or "mainboard".


If you look at the expansion slot from the inside you'll see the same metal plate covering it. This is to prevent dust from entering the system, and enhance cooling by controlling airflow. The plate can be removed from the inside, but I don't recommend it unless you're adding an expansion card to that slot.

Now, if you'll look at the motherboard right by that metal plate, you'll see a "slot". There are many different styles, based on the age of your computer, but in any case, it is where you might plug in an expansion card of some kind. Nowadays, just about every new machine has everything built into the motherboard, so there's not a lot of expansion to be done. But you may want to add a better graphics card, a second Network Interface Card, or something. That's what the slot is for. If I'm understanding your question, that is.


Dec 11, 2013 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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What make and model is the motherboard? What chipset does it use? What kind of RAM slot does it contain? What kinds of expansion slots does your motherboard have and how many of each kind does it...

You should find answers to all of your questions by looking at the technical specifications for the motherboard at the official product page on the ASUS website ( The information is very easy to reference. After taking a look at it, if you have any additional questions, please do post them =)

Feb 01, 2011 | ASUS A7V8X Motherboard

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I have a hp pavilion dv6700 laptop. I can connect to internet. A techniciona told me that modem port does not working. Can I replace that part by my self? Is that part replaceble as memeries or other comp....

If this is a desktop - even if the modem is integrated on the motherboard, you can install and expansion card in one of the slots. Make sure you know what kind of slots are available on your board - such as whether or not you board has PCI slots.

Dec 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Which video graphics i install in my pc with 512mb ram pentium4

If your board is the Mercury model listed, you can download the integrated video drivers from Mercury here. If you are asking what kind of a video card you can install to replace the integrated video, this board has an 8X AGP expansion slot. You'll need a video card that will work in that kind of slot.

I hope this answers your question. If not, please post a comment with additional information. If it has helped, I appreciate your thoughtful rating. Thanks for using Fixya!

Oct 22, 2010 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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Expansion slota

eMachines Support > ET1331 desktop computer > Product Views > Rear View,

The metal covers that have the Plus sign ( + ) holes, are Expansion Slot Covers.

Insert a flat tipped screwdriver blade in the + sign hole.
Insert the screwdriver blade horizontally, in the + sign hole, on the right side. ( ---- , not vertical I )

Gently bring the back of the screwdriver down.
This will make the metal slot cover, bend the small metal tab that is holding it.

Go to the + sign hole on the Left side. Do the same on the Left side as the above.

Bring the back of the screwdriver up.

Keep working the metal expansion slot cover back, and forth, until the two small metal tabs that are holding it in, break.

Remove the metal expansion slot cover.

Before you begin, ensure that the expansion slot cover you wish to remove, lines up with the wireless adapter card.

Have any questions concerning this, post in a Comment.

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What kind of expansion slots does it have?

The spec sheets I've seen only show 2 PCI slots along with your Memory\RAM slots.

Mar 22, 2010 | E-Machines T3025 PC Desktop

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What is the advantage of PCIe expansion bus and how willl it contribute to providing a solution at the internet cafe?

A PCI expansion bus is a slot in your computer, a place where yo can plug in a electonic device. There are several different kinds of slots in most desktop or tower style computers, PCI is one of them. PCI slots will accomodate a variety of expansion devices, a modem or Network interface card for example.

How a PCI clot will interface with the rest of your question is a mystery to me. What is the problem at the internet cafe??? I would expect most folks would use a laptop computer at a internet cafe ... laptops do not have PCI slots. The Cafe may have a tower with PCI slots and they may have an issue that could be addressed by an expansion card installed using the PCI card.

If you can ask your question or present your situation, I and other volunteer workers here would be glad to have a look at it.

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Feb 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Palce where to insert sim card

It's not a phone. It's a pocket PC.
CAUTION: For synchronization to work properly, install Microsoft
ActiveSync on your personal computer before you connect your
iPAQ Pocket PC to your computer.
To install a CompactFlash (CF) or Secure Digital (SD) card into
an expansion slot on the iPAQ Pocket PC:
1. Locate the appropriate slot on the top of the iPAQ Pocket PC.
To identify slot locations, refer to the Getting Started
document that came with the iPAQ Pocket PC.
2. Before inserting a CompactFlash (CF) card into the CF
expansion slot, pull the plastic slot cover from the CF slot.
3. Insert the expansion card into the appropriate expansion slot
and push the connection edge of the card firmly into the
expansion slot.
✎If your expansion card is not recognized, follow the card
manufacturer’s instructions to install it.
✎For more detailed help, refer to the Help files installed on your
iPAQ Pocket PC. From the Start menu, tap Help > Connections.
✎To prevent power loss, remove any expansion cards from either
the CF or SD expansion slots before turning off the iPAQ
Pocket PC.
44bf6e2.jpg Your iPAQ Pocket PC supports 802.11b Wireless LAN (WLAN) technology using the expansion slot in the top of the device. Figure 1: Expansion slot c00059391.jpg To make your Pocket PC a WLAN device, you need:
  • To purchase a WLAN CF or SDIO expansion card
  • To have access to a wireless network

Dec 29, 2007 | HP iPAQ H2215 Pocket PC

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Expansion card doesn't stay in.

Problems inserting expansion cards, or keeping them in your device, may have a simple solution. Try these first: * Make sure the expansion card is facing the correct way. See the handbook for your device for illustrations. * Expansion cards do not fit into the slot if not oriented properly. If a MultiMediaCard (MMC) slides all the way through, it does not operate correctly. Make sure to fit cards carefully in the slot. * The mechanism of the expansion slot is called "push-push." Much like a glass cabinet door, you push to insert the card, and then push it in again to get the mechanism to release. Expansion cards do not need to be forced out of the expansion slot. * Though most expansion cards are notched at the top for removal with a fingernail or other such object, removing the card this away may damage the mechanism. Use an object only when a push fails to release the card. Please be aware that you could damage your handheld if you remove a card improperly, or insert objects other than expansion cards into the slot. * Expansion slots damaged by forced removal of the card do not release the card when pushed, and could refuse to ?lock? the card in the slot. Expansion slot damage can only be repaired by having the entire handheld serviced. * Some expansion cards labeled as SD or MMC do not actually conform to the SD or MMC specification.

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