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Looking at the specs for the 2 boards, its a no im afraid.
Your old board has an AGP graphics slot, your replacement has a PCI express and a AGP Pro slot. Its says this about the AGP Pro slot
It is an official extension for cards that required more electrical power. It is a longer slot with additional pins for that purpose. AGP Pro cards were usually workstation-class cards used to accelerate professional computer-aided design applications employed in the fields of architecture, machining, engineering, simulations, and similar fields.
You wont be able to use the old card then. A new basic PCI express card is very cheap ( £20 or so), check the likes of this out http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/search/ref=sr_nr_p_36_0?bbn=14122251&qid=1278887259&rh=n%3A560798%2Cn%3A%21560800%2Cn%3A262739011%2Cn%3A296802011%2Cn%3A10392541%2Cp_36%3A138893031%2Cn%3A14122251%2Cn%3A14122281&rnid=389035011&low-price=15&high-price=25&x=13&y=5
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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