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How do I remove my graphic card on a Dimension 9150


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How do I remove my graphic card on a Dimension 9150

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I've never switched graphic cards before on any pc.

And now it shows that I have a dimension 9150 and I have no idea how to remove the graphic card.

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anyone? Confused

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  • Already answered on your other forum post.  

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  • There is a tab on the bottom of the PCI-E X16 card that releases the card after the screw that holds in the tab is removed.

    If this is not clear then you may need to get a qualified service tech to do this for you.

    If a "piano" bracket (for full-length PCI-E cards) is present on your computer, rotate it upward by pressing the tabs on the side of the bracket toward each other.


    9150 Service Manual - Documentation

    Removing and Installing PCI and PCI Express Cards


    1. If you are replacing a card, remove the current driver for the card from the operating system.

    2. Follow the procedures in "Before You Begin."

    3. Remove the computer cover.



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