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Video Card replacement problem

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I have a problem with my PC display freezing up, especially when I play video. GPU and RAM stress tests turn out ok, so I assumed it was a Video Card problem. I look up the system description, and it says it's a GeForce 6200, so I order another one. Different brand, but it was all Newegg had. However, when I go to install it, I see that the old card had a power connection, while the new card does not. I try it anyway, but the monitor doesn't even recognize a signal.

Is there any way around this? Do I have to find an AGP card with a power connection?

Thank you in advance.
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