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Graphics cars I bought a graphics card from circut city and it was the wrong one it was a pci slot i have a S3 Unichrome AGP slot how can I retern this product or could i exchange the card for the one i need. ????????????

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    my nvidia card gf6200 ddr 128 is not working on this boad imean dell optiplex gx280. what i can do to solve this problem p tell me some thing . thaks . by javed mansoor gondal.


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Next time if your buying a pc parts make sure it is compatible with your current pc for your problem buying a pci-e motherboard helps your problem

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Its a Pci express card I am sure I have one.

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Hi Roahcie,

go back to the shop and change the PCI card for a AGP card, but don't get late or the warranty will pass. The shop's agent showld asked what motherboard you have before the buy.

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Would tou like to sell tha pci card wat make and model pls

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It would be a shame if the shop wont exchange or refund as it's a simple mistake, but i'm surprised you managed to get hold of a pci slot graphics card.

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