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    Does this mean I got have an Agp slot?

    Here is a picture I took from PC Wizard 2008 Program says I got 1 agp slot but its in use with my network card.... Or am I reading it wrong? Can you tell me

    And can some1 tell me The difference in how a agp and pci slot look like.
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    As far as I know, the i865GV chipset(which you got) has an integrated graphics chip, but no external AGP port.
    You should be able to distinguish it from the PCI slots by the placement and color, it should generally not be white, be the card closest to the CPU and be a little further from the back than the PCI slots.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accelerated_Graphics_Port

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    haha, we know this comp is broken because its a dell, and get more ram plz.

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    Just open the case and check it, you can see the difference very easily.

    I doubt that the AGP slot is used by a network card, they mainly use PCI slots.



    You can see the difference in whether the seperator is left or right. A PCI-e slot looks very different, it's a lot bigger too, but I doubt you have one.

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    I am planning on doing it like today or tomorrow but I heard u need to de staticize ur hand or something??? how am I sposed to do that I dont wanna fry my motherboard
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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T|MSgt.Jared View Post
    I am planning on doing it like today or tomorrow but I heard u need to de staticize ur hand or something??? how am I sposed to do that I dont wanna fry my motherboard
    Step 1: Turn your computer off.

    Step 2: Pull the power cord in the computer.

    And youre ready to go..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wo[48AD]Pfc.L3M0NZ View Post
    Step 1: Turn your computer off.

    Step 2: Pull the power cord in the computer.

    And youre ready to go..

    But dont I have to touch My hand with metal???? I want to be 100% sure I broke my parents compy 3years ago ( didn't know crap bout computers)
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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T|MSgt.Jared View Post
    But dont I have to touch My hand with metal???? I want to be 100% sure I broke my parents compy 3years ago ( didn't know crap bout computers)
    Just make sure your hand isnt wet and dont pull too hard on anything on it and I think you'll be fine.. Let someone else confirm before trusting me though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wo[48AD]Pfc.L3M0NZ View Post
    Just make sure your hand isnt wet and dont pull too hard on anything on it and I think you'll be fine.. Let someone else confirm before trusting me though.
    I found this thing called a grounding wrist strap spose to wear it makes ur hand like anti static
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wo[48AD]Pfc.L3M0NZ View Post
    Step 1: Turn your computer off.

    Step 2: Pull the power cord in the computer.
    Don't give advice if you don't know wtf you are talking about.

    Obviously powering off the computer is OK but by unplugging the power cord you basically isolate the PC from the ground, thereby removing the only path by which an ESD can escape out of the PC.

    So, poweroff the thing but leave it plugged and touch the frame or P/S case as often as possible while messing inside the computer. Also try to avoid doing that in a room with carpet or on a chair with fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T|MSgt.Jared View Post
    I found this thing called a grounding wrist strap spose to wear it makes ur hand like anti static
    Yep, always a good idea. Do what Orange suggests, leave the power cord plugged in and then attach the other end of the anti-static wrist strap to the body of the PC (I assume it has a clip or something to allow you to do so?).

    Better safe than sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T!|JWo.Sionnach View Post
    Yep, always a good idea. Do what Orange suggests, leave the power cord plugged in and then attach the other end of the anti-static wrist strap to the body of the PC (I assume it has a clip or something to allow you to do so?).

    Better safe than sorry!
    But when can i unplug the computer? I want to move it from my carpeted room to the kitchen table (its wood) and where should I attach a grounding strap? cus the case is plastic
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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T|MSgt.Jared View Post
    But when can i unplug the computer? I want to move it from my carpeted room to the kitchen table (its wood) and where should I attach a grounding strap? cus the case is plastic
    Well that's the point, you're adivsed not to unplug it whilst it's open.

    You could unplug it, move it to the kitchen table and then plug it in again. Then open it, and before you do anything else, attach the strap to a metal part of the case inside. The outside of the case will be plastic, but surely the inside of it is metal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T!|JWo.Sionnach View Post
    Well that's the point, you're adivsed not to unplug it whilst it's open.

    You could unplug it, move it to the kitchen table and then plug it in again. Then open it, and before you do anything else, attach the strap to a metal part of the case inside. The outside of the case will be plastic, but surely the inside of it is metal?
    is it safe to like take out ram or put in gpus while its plugged iN?
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    Just turn off the computer and do this.
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    Unless you live by rubbing a balloon all the time, or start hammering the computer, you can't really destroy anything. Turn the PC off, open it, start adding/removing.


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    Just make sure you remove the power cable, since their is still power on the Power Supply when it's connected. And I always touch the central heating before I remove/add any parts internal.

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    SO I want to know Do i NEED an anti static bracelet


    and here is the card IM geting if I got no agp slot that leaves me w/ pci
    can you tell me if you think it will run based on its specs and crap and I will have 2gig ram and got p4 2.8ghz cpu

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814129062

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    You don't need one, just don't bring any electrons into the case(Ala static electrity).
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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]K|Sgt.FlyGuy45 View Post
    You don't need one, just don't bring any electrons into the case(Ala static electrity).
    how do i not bring static ?? dont ur hands produce that?
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    Don't walk around on the carpet in sock feet rubbing your feet and then touch stuff. As long as you touch the case periodically you should be fine.

    Also don't get PCI confused with PCI-E they are very different.

    What is the model number of your dell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]K|Sgt.FlyGuy45 View Post
    You don't need one, just don't bring any electrons into the case....
    LOL good luck with that...



    @ jared
    You don't NEED anything although a wrist band is a nice thing to have. If you regularly touch the case while it is plugged and are not playing with a Tesla coil or dragging your feet on the carpet then you can handle the parts without worries of ESD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [UN]USG.Trexer View Post
    Don't walk around on the carpet in sock feet rubbing your feet and then touch stuff. As long as you touch the case periodically you should be fine.

    Also don't get PCI confused with PCI-E they are very different.

    What is the model number of your dell?
    Ya i know pci and pci-e are VERY different I know what I am stuck with and have to make do and the model number? um let me see..... thers a sticker on my computer on the side i see like 3 different numbers

    its a dell dimension 3000 and hers one of the numbers: X10 60264
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    lol if you have problems identifying the parts of your computer, take a picture of the motherboard and we can help you identify the parts of interest.

    Another note as far as static electricity goes. I'd recommend doing any computer maintenance on a hard floor if you can. This greatly minimizes the chances of static charge building up on you. Also, if you're on a hard floor (non-carpeted) then you probably don't have to leave the thing plugged in if that's easier.

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    @ Trex: I'm fairly certain I have the same motherboard, and no PCI-e slot.


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    Oops I looked up the wrong model. I show that your computer would only have a regular PCI not AGP or PCI-E. What are you upgrading for as a PCI vid card isn't going to do much these days imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [UN]USG.Trexer View Post
    Oops I looked up the wrong model. I show that your computer would only have a regular PCI not AGP or PCI-E.
    alright thanks stil gonna open with my dad tonight maybe clean oout 2.5 year old dust

    I told my mom what you guys said she says she wants an article about this from like pc world or somethng "reputable" source. But i cant decide if I should get bracelet put on floor on table u all conflicting Im gonna take ur stuff into account I think mom will buy me bracelet ( cant have too much security when its only $5 )
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    Quote Originally Posted by [47Sgb]T|MSgt.Jared View Post
    I told my mom what you guys said she says she wants an article about this from like pc world or somethng "reputable" source....
    I lol'ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange View Post
    I lol'ed
    Mention the electrons! Hahahaha...... And I did post an article inmy previous posts, Jared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [UN]USG.Trexer View Post
    Oops I looked up the wrong model. I show that your computer would only have a regular PCI not AGP or PCI-E. What are you upgrading for as a PCI vid card isn't going to do much these days imo.

    but I just want to play fh2 and bf2 and good old 1942 what lvl graphics you think I could play fh2 and bf2 at? with that card
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