The one from Poland is not a GTX. It is only a GT, same as a 8800m GTX.
They say that the card is new and they do look new. The card is sealed in an antistatic bag but the box does not say Dell on it. The seller said...
You can try this seller. I have used them in the past.
Here is a link to the 9800m GTX SLI :http://www.ebay.com/itm/391057748915?
Yes, what TANWare said. Also I would not use the clear epoxy.
Yes, that is something you can try. If that does not work then you may have to look for a new base on ebay.
Can you repair them with epoxy and then drill new holes.
Try disabling the card for now. Some have said they had problems after disabling it though.
I had the physx card in for years with to problem....
I think M1730 is too old to use the latest video drivers. I and others have had problems with the latest drivers.
The latest drive from Nvidia...
I have had two video cards and a set of hinges, all under warranty. No warranty now though, if the video card goes bad now I may retire it.
October 2008 here.
The only thing you will be able to upgrade is the ram (Max 4GB) and the hard drive.
Windows 7 will work and you should stay with 32bit.
That looks great.
Maybe you can use one of those shadow box frames that they use for ribbons or awards. That should be deep enough.
The same thing happened to my M1730. Dell replaced them under warranty.
I have to say this is the first I have seen this. In the past I have only...
Just get a square of felt or microfiber cloth at a crafts store.
My old Inspiron 8200 keys also touch the screen when closed. When I used to carry it around with me I would use a felt pad between the keyboard...
You do not have to open your new laptop. You just have to do as S.Prime has said and connect the cable to your old hard drive, then plug in the...
Yes, both will work.
It’s a lot more to upgrade now. I paid less the half that amount when I upgraded.
Yes, you do need 64bit Windows to use...
Yes you can, I have been using 8GB for years. Just make sure you get 200 pin ram.
With all you have been though maybe your drive was not going bad, maybe it is the connecter on the motherboard.
With the bios not seeing the hard...
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