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Old 07-10-2009, 09:27 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Pirate_bob7 View Post
correct-a-mundo not my listing upon ebay, I dremeled off the part that was preventing it from fitting, no worries it wasn't anything important, it fits now but i realized i left the cable converter thing elsewhere, so ill pick it up tomorrow and let you know what happens.

EDIT: thats no AGP card either, as Philbar said.

uhm if it won't fit without cutting then it's not meant for the slot (as in it won't work anyway if you do cut it)............unless it's some dell only made card that is made just to fit in their cases/motherboards..then I guess there might be something blocking you from placing it in any other board.

EDIT:go to "run" program and type in dxdiag...then go to the display tab. It'll show you video card information there.


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Old 09-04-2009, 11:18 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Like Patonb said much earlier, it is a supplied DELL x1300. As such, you will obviously need a DELL driver.

Find it here:
Drivers and Downloads

(I know it's been a while since the last post, but I'm putting it on here for when others happen upon it.)

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You dont need dell drivers, just install catalyst.
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see link.... Dell dual video card question - CNET PC hardware Forums if you read that you will find that he has the same card as you (the number on the back0 and his OS detects it as the x1300 he also describes the card as you did just download the drivers for that card... should work

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