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If it were me, I'd try to get the card going through the instructions. If I got to that, "screw it!" stage, which I sometimes do, I'd fork out 10 ...
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    If it were me, I'd try to get the card going through the instructions. If I got to that, "screw it!" stage, which I sometimes do, I'd fork out 10 bucks for a new name brand pci card that almost assuredly will work.
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    alright buddy
    you know mine was also the same idea []
    its better to experiment with this OS and learn as much as i can
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