I'm not exactly intelligent when it comes to installing hardware. I don't really get on my computer much anyway. I recently got a new computer and I was going to transfer my GeForce FX 5200 (lol i know right) to it, but I can't find a spot to insert it in to.
So I looked around in it another day and found out if I pulled out the "modem" card, where you would plug up a phone line if you were using dial-up, I could insert the card right in there. Well, I was wondering if it'll still work by doing this, and if there is any way it could damage the computer.
I should note that the "modem card" slot is the only slot available. So does this slot work ONLY for the modem card, or is it the same type of slot and can be used for other things, such as the graphics card?
There's a video on this site that shows the spot:
My computer is an Intel Celeron, 2.20ghz, 2gb of RAM.
Will the instructions work on that site with nothing to worry about?
Any help is greatly appreciated!