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Its LGA 775 IIRC. In general systems that old have a 'seperate' igpu on their chipset (as opposed to newer core based systems that have a on die integrated gpu), and that's connected over PCI, shared with your PCI x16 slot. That is to say, on a system of that vintage, you can't use your motherboard graphics and discrete gpu at the same time. You'll want a ...
Try: apt-get update apt-get upgrade -y apt-get install -f gdm3 To reinstall Gnome Display Manager. Reboot afterwards.
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