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nvidia pci to Radeon agp


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I've aquired an old pc -- Athlon 1.8ghz,A7V8X mobo,xp pro and a Nvidia mx4000 pci gfx card. I'd like to fit a Radeon 9600 Pro AGP gfx card. Do I need to remove the nvidia drivers before changing?. If so,what procedure should I follow. Any help would be much appreciated.

Nigel.

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Strawballs

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Remove the Nvidea drivers switch off PC open case remove card fit the Radeon close case switch on and install Radeon drivers when the machine detects the new card.

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hzhzhzhz

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Sorted. Much better now. Thankyou Strawballs.

Nigel.

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