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HP Vectra VL 5/200 PII - AGP Video Slot question

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January 19, 2005 8:22:17 AM

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Hello,

I got a HP Vectra VL 5/2000 PII in perfect working condition from my
workplace dumpster. Though I have no use of this Iam thinking does it
come with a AGP Video Slot? The case is locked and I dont have the key
or user guide. If it dont have a AGP slot I am going to leave it where
I found it.

Appreciate any info.

Sam
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January 20, 2005 4:41:03 AM

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Nope. No AGP slot. Early early Pentium II systems did not have AGP slots. And
Pentium class systems never did, either. Leave it where you found it?
Hazardous waste on the hoof. I hope that the company that takes away the
dumpster processes it and removes the hazardous wastes before it goes to a
landfill... Ben Myers

On 19 Jan 2005 05:22:17 -0800, "Ohm" <sams@freeddns.org> wrote:

>Hello,
>
>I got a HP Vectra VL 5/2000 PII in perfect working condition from my
>workplace dumpster. Though I have no use of this Iam thinking does it
>come with a AGP Video Slot? The case is locked and I dont have the key
>or user guide. If it dont have a AGP slot I am going to leave it where
>I found it.
>
>Appreciate any info.
>
>Sam
>
!