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Best thing to do is to open the case and see if you have a PCI-Express, or AGP Slot. If you have one of these slots on the motherboard, then you most likely can upgrade the system to a better video card.
Are there any open sockets on the board? These would accomodate more video ram. If not, I'm afraid you may have to buy a new card. Are you replacing a card from the PCIe bus? If so, simply remove it and put in your new one. If you are working from onboard Video, you need to make sure of what kind of Video Bus you have, AGP ( older ) or PCIe.
Look in your manual for this information. All should be plug n play from here.
Good afternoon, cckd! Could you please provide me with a bit more information to work with? When it flashes, what exactly is happening and what color are the flashes? Does it flash a whole screen or just partially? Are there any sounds, like the HDD starting to run or the CD drive powering up? Are any leds coming on, or flashing? I'm sure that I can help, but will need some more specifics. Thanks, and have an excellent day! Ron