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Table Of Contents  How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
 9  Chapter 7: Installing AGP and PCI Cards
      9  Installing PCI Expansion Cards

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Seating the PCI Card in the Slot

Now, with the slot uncovered and the test screw removed, position the PCI card above its slot and push it straight down (Figure 123). Sometimes putting one end of the card in first, by just a little, helps. Push the card straight down to seat it fully. Give an extra uniform push to be sure the card sits properly.


Figure 123: Pushing the PCI modem card into place

 



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