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Old 07-23-2007, 09:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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okay ive ordered my new x1950XT card and it should be waiting at home for me.

i currently have a 7300GS card and im wondering what the best steps are for removing the old card and putting in and installing the new card
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Uninstall the drivers right before you take it out. Pop in the new one, and load the drivers up. Nvidia drivers fully uninstall rather well.
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Uninstall all of your 7300GS drivers and unplug your old VGA. Plug in the new VGA and run the drivers.
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