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    Do not use the 66 MHz PCI slot and the AGP slot sumultaneously on the A1-XE Link to this post

    The 66 MHz slot cannot be used when an AGP card is also plugged in. These two slots use the same PCI controller inside the northbridge chipset. However, the AGP port isn't designed to share the bus with multiple cards.

    This is irrespective of what type of PCI card you're using.

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