Question about Nvidia GeForce2 MX (32 MB) Graphic Card
Hello I currently have an NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400 installed in my computer and I had it since year 2002 which will make it a little more than six (6) years that I have it now. What I meant by, "Problem with image display on monitor" is that the screen resolution always resizing every time I start up or restart the computer, the display acts abnormally at times meaning there are waves passing through the image display at times like when you're receiving a text message on your cellular phone and it's close to your monitor, the scroll bar on any window at times moves for itself very quickly up and down and the clock in the notification area of the desktop at times shows the wrong time. The Video card has 64MB of video memory and I'm not sure if it could support 1024x768 resolution (19 inch monitor). I'm quite anxious to get a new video card so I can play more games on my computer, to have a better graphical experience and probably it'll help with over all system performance. I'm looking for a video card with 256MB and up of video memory, AGP (4x) bus standard, 15 Pin VGA interface, and supports 1024x768 resolution fully, and would work with a 250 Watt power supply. Manufacturer and chipset doesn't matter what matters is that it's better than the one I currently have. Can you help me with my current problem and help me source a video card of those specifications please? Thank you in advance!
That should fit the bill you're asking for. However, your current video card should definitely support 1024x768 fully, even at high hz refresh rates (assuming you are using a CRT). The "waves" may be caused by your video card, but it's really hard to say.
If you have more money, I would recommend this card, as it has a higher price/performance ratio:
That is probably going to be the last high-performance AGP card ever produced, as the AGP bus has been discontinued now for some time. You may need a higher-end Power Supply, however. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers also you might uninstall the display adapter restart your computer then reinstall the display adapter and its drivers this would apply to the sound video and game controllers to hope this helps
you might have to uninstall your graphics card restart your computer then reinstall your graphics card and its drivers or update
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