I have a HP Vectra VLi8 pc (Pentium 3, 700Mhz) with a builtin video card (Mystqiue). I recently obtained a Geforce2 Pro video card which requires an AGP video slot from my PC's motherboard but I can't seem to find that slot. Perhaps I missed it (?) or this fairly modern PC doesn't have an AGP slot, which is a surprise to me.
Can someone help me out in determining the full brand and model # for my motherboard. This way I can check up online the full specs for it.
Perhaps there's a way to shut off the builtin video and to configure a PCI slot for AGP use (adapter's or something?). I would really like to get the Geforce2 Pro card into and active on my PC.
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