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If you're intimidated by the wire jungle inside your computer, this guide will simplify things so you can find what you're looking for.

Step 1: Turn off computer and open case
Turn off the computer and unplug the power cord and any peripherals. Then use the Phillips-head screwdriver to open the housing.

Step 2: Look at orientation
Look for a slot that is close to or faces an opening or removable slats where the graphics card will be inserted and face out through the housing for input access.

There may be slats or covers that can be easily removed using a small, flat-head screwdriver.

Step 3: Check for a lock
Check for a plastic locking mechanism on one end of the slot that snaps closed when the card is inserted.

Step 4: Go online
Go online and search for photos of AGP slots if you are still unsure where yours is located.

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