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Your best solution will be to take your desktop computer to a computer-store, so that they can identify what new video-card (PCI? PCI-E? AGP2X? AGP4X? AGP8X?) will be compatible with your motherboard.
Also, the smaller the computer-store, the more likely that they will install the new video-card for FREE, after you have bought the new video-card from them.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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