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Back to getting the GFX card tested I'm afraid.
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My nans computer's is connected to the motherboard also like my sisters, however there is a slot for a Video Card. Do I simply just plug mine in and put my nans monitor into my Video Card instead?

Also this wouldn't damage my nans computer would it?

Edited by BlueEew, 30 April 2011 - 09:13 AM.

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Details of the other computer or its MB please, we need to be sure what type of GFX card slot it has, PCI-E the most recent and widely available - AGP less recent and now not fitted on new MB or PCI the earliest and now less common type.
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Okay I'm going up there tonight so I'll get those details.
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Ok I will look out for an update.
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It's a Acer Aspire T180-UB7Z.
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If you can confirm that this is your nans MB @ http://www.foxconnch...ID=en-us0000223 then yes your video card being a pci-e type will fit.
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