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Well my good primary computer broke down recently, and I want to remove my old video card from it and put it in my other computer so I can run some games still on it. But it's been awhile since I installed it into my broken computer, and I can't really tell which one it is. It's some sort of Nvida Ge force im pretty sure, I think it's the one in the AGP slot but im not really sure, and if it is I have no idea how to remove the agp clip or whatever it is. Any help would be appreciated thanks.
 

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The graphics card will be in the agp slot which at the top and is brown in colour.
There is a release clip at the right hand side which is held in place by a retaining clip, move this to one side then press down the release clip, this should push the card out.
 
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