Alright, I just got an Acer 7600G off of one of my father's work buddies whos wife works for Acer. I got it for 200 dollars because the monitor that it came with was basically smashed during shipping. Its all good though, I have a 19" LCD monitor anyway. The computer specs basically are 2.8GHz Pentium 4 with 512MB of ram and an 80GB hard drive with integrated 440MX graphics or something of the sort. I was exploring the BIOS and saw some overclocking options, too, which is pretty cool. Anyway, on to the question. I opened up the case and saw an empty brown slot at the top of the row of PCI slots. Its offset back by an inch or so and is about 4 inches long just like an AGP slot. The only thing it does not have is a little holder clip thing to hold the card in place like I've seen on a lot of other systems. Other then that, it looks like any other AGP slot. Today, I went up into the attic and grabbed my old dusty Radeon 9200se to put in there until christmas when I got money to buy more RAM and a good AGP graphics card. When I went to put the card in, it wouldnt fit! I couldnt get it to snap into place it seemed like the card still needed to go half an inch more foward to slip into the slot. Is this a different kind of AGP slot (2x) or something or might it be a totally different type of slot?