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i need some help please !!!

Discussion in 'Windows' started by rider, Jul 20, 2008.

  1. rawdonvanrixtel

    rawdonvanrixtel New Member

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    hi xpi
    the graphic card has 128 Mb DDR memory. I am attempting to get hold of an old AGP 3.3 volt with lower throughput. Not easy. I would even purchase a PCI graphic card, but these are all now PCI express and cannot plug into my mother board.
    Still its keeping me busy.
     
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    Which motherboard do you have?
     
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    The Mother board is a 71X Amd Athlon AGP Motherboard.
    Runnin- K7 499 Mz with 512 Mb ram

    HDD is a Quantug a AMD m Fireball KA 13.6
    Video card FX5200 HVIDIA GeForce
     
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    Hi XPI

    Just found a 32Mb PCI graphic card
    May order it to try out. It looks low spec
     
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    Hi XPI
    The PINE 32mb XP-PCI3800 Has solved my problem. It was the graphic cards I was using, too fast for my mother board.
    So Thanks all for the help rendered.
    Until the next problem
     

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