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I had an ALL IN WONDER running ok on my Win98 SYSTEM--loved it. TV in, I could watch cable TV while doing lotsa other things. Video editing, etc. Then, KABOOm, one day no video on the monitor (dark dark dark). So of course I removed the AIW from the AGP slot and it was ok running on the on-board graphics. So... after longing for a while, I picked up another A.I.W. card and it does the same thing; kills the video. Just as I suspected (well guessed). Looks like the AGP slot is kaput. Anyone else have had this happen. Just like to know whether i'm the only lucky one! I'm pretty sure not much can be done to fix this, other than replacing the M/Board.. Thanks in advace. Ken J.
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Yeh, it could happen. You have two options. Buy a new motherboard or buy a video card for the regular old pci slot.

Id go for buying a new motherboard so it wouldnt happen again just to be safe.
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