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Old 04-04-2008, 12:41 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ok, I ran cpuz on the computer no what area do I need to look for the mobo make? What would it look like, please?

Under system board it says d4066-60001. Do I just google that to find the display adapter?

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I forgot to ask do I need to install server 2003 before server 2000? Or does it matter?

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Is that system board for a Dell or HP system? If so just check the site for the system model you have.

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Wont matter as long as its on 2 partitions.
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Wont matter as long as its on 2 partitions.
you can't install old after new without modifications, so it's simpler to install old first


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My display adapter is a matrox graphics mga-g200 agp
there's a link for the driver if u need it.

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