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#33204 3-May-2009 11:18
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Hi there,


I need to remove my graphics card but the thing won't budge. There's no screws that I can see. Is there a latch or something I need to undo?


The case is a Foxconn 3GTH202 if that helps. http://www.pc.plateau.co.nz/productdetail.php?pid=265


Any help appreciated,
Thanks






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  #211861 3-May-2009 11:25
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Normally there is one screw on the faceplate of the graphics card, that attaches it to the case. This is where you would plug in your monitor.
Secondly, there is a latch on the motherboard at the opposite end, once the screw is out, you will need to pull on this latch so that a part of it comes out of the graphics card, as which point you can carefully lift it out.

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