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Will a video card work if it is turned around to make it fit?


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Im trying to install a video card into my PC and to make the card fit into the board i have to turn it around. Will this damage the card if i install it this way? HELP please!!!
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yes it will damage the card...and your motherboard....let alone the fact that it should be physically impossible to install a PCI or AGP card in backwards
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Agree with dsnette. Sounds to me like you're trying to fit an AGP card into a PCI slot, since AGP cards have a longer "overhang" between the contact strip and the backplate.
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