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Do i have an Agp slot?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by madmarek, Aug 24, 2007.

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  1. madmarek

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    BIOSProperty Value
    BIOS Version PTLTD - 6040000
    Version 3.06
    PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0.
    Ver 1.00PARTTBL
    BIOS Date 09/21/01
    BIOS Vendor Phoenix
    Version 6.00
    Release 09/21/2001
    BIOS Size 256 KB
    Characteristics - supports booting from ATAPI ZIP drive
    - supports booting from LS-120
    - supports AGP
    - supports legacy USB
    - supports ACPI
    - Multi Processor supported by BIOS
    - supports INT 17 printer services
    - supports INT 14 serial services
    - supports INT 09 and 8042 keyboard services
    - supports INT 05 print-screen
    - supports INT 13 3.5-inch/2.88M floppy services
    - supports INT 13 3.5-inch/720K floppy services
    - supports INT 13 5.25-inch/1.2M floppy services
    - supports INT 13 5.25-inch/360K floppy services
    - supports Enhanced Disk Drive specification
    - supports selectable boot
    - supports booting from CD-ROM
    - ESCD support is available
    - allows BIOS shadowing
    - upgradeable (Flash) BIOS
    - supports APM
    - supports Plug-and-Play
    - supports PCI


    DMI Version 2.31 @000F6D10



    MotherBoard
    Manufacturer Hewlett Packard
    Model Dublin
    Version 3.06
    Serial Number xxxxxxxxxxxx

    Chipset Vendor Intel Corporation
    Chipset Model 845 Brookdale Host-Hub Interface Bridge (A3-step)
    South Bridge 82801BA (ICH2) LPC Interface Controller

    CPU Intel Pentium 4
    Cpu Socket Socket 478 [WMT478/NWD]
    Processor Upgrade Slot 1
    Max CPU Speed 1500 MHz

    System Slots 3 PCI

    OnBoard devices
    Sound (Disabled) CS4201

    Memory Summary
    Location System board or motherboard
    Maximum Capacity 512 MBytes
    Memory Slots 3
    Error Correction None
    Use System memory

    Warning! Accuracy of DMI data cannot be guaranteed

    Please tell me Ty
     
  2. madmarek

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    If it doesnt say in there tell me where to look
     
  3. kiwiguy

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    You may have to physically look inside the case.

    HP (and many other makers) use "customised" versions of commonly used motherboards, but in some cases they are stripped down versions. Only by actually looking for the AGP slot would you know in those cases.

    But the "system slots" shown above as 3 PCI tend to suggest "no" might be the answer.

    Of course posting the actual model number of the HP computer would also help. The HP website is usually quite good at listing what slots actually exist.
     
  4. madmarek

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    Would that be the Product name? Or serial number.
     
  5. kiwiguy

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    It would be the model name that should be clearly marked on the case of the computer itself.

    Such as Pavilion n80, or Pavilion 6700 etc
     
  6. madmarek

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    HP Pavilion 7955
     
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  8. madmarek

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    Can u look it up for me?
     
  9. madmarek

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    O ok ty
     
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    Nvm got it u already posted the one with usa so thnx for all your help, would you recommend any AGP cards? Because im thinking of buying one around the 70-100$ range
     
  12. kiwiguy

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    No recommendations from me, the market and card availability in New Zealand would probably differ a lot.

    Just be careful that you get one that is compatible is all that I would say, as that is quite an old PC now. Not all AGP cards are equal in that regard. You might be able to pick something up second hand I suspect.
     
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