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according to the specks I found you should not have to update the bios to run that card but if you got this mo board in a pre bundled system it may have been changed or special ordered by that manufacturer for various reasons.

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Q: What bios version is needed to make 8X agp cards work on a p4vxasd2 motherboard?
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The motherboard.

WHAT DO you mean AGP in motherboard?

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What are removable circuit boards that are inserted into slots on the motherboard to expand the capabilities of the motherboard?

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What are removable circuit boards that are inserted into slots on the motherboard to expand the capabilities of the motherboard called?


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