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4player

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Hello; new to the forums I'm interested in finding a site where I can order a 256 MB ATI Radeon Xpress 200 Graphics Card. Otherwise, learn which is the substitute for this card. I'm actually running Windows XP Media Center with a motherboard with the same chipset. My old card is damaged and I need to install another.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Edited by 4player, 08 February 2010 - 06:36 AM.

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Welcome to Geeks To Go!

With respect, the forum exists primarily to help people with computer hardware or software problems.

However, please post here for advice on upgrading specific hardware:
http://www.geekstogo...rading-f27.html
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A better way to do this is to know what your motherboard model is. This will allow us to look for even better cards in the ATI family that are compatible with your motherboard. If this is a branded system please post your make and model. From the little I have found you have a PCI Express slot but it may only be PCI 1.0 so that will limit the cards we can find for you.
We will await your response. There is no need to post in the other forum as your question can be handled here.
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A better way to do this is to know what your motherboard model is. This will allow us to look for even better cards in the ATI family that are compatible with your motherboard. If this is a branded system please post your make and model. From the little I have found you have a PCI Express slot but it may only be PCI 1.0 so that will limit the cards we can find for you.
We will await your response. There is no need to post in the other forum as your question can be handled here.


Thanks.
The mother board is a MS-7184 Ver 1.0.
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