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Radovan Qdi mainboard,kinetiz kt133;Amd duron@1000mgh;no name vga gForce2 mx400;256mb ram,40 gb samsung hard drive vith 3 particions;windows xp sp2 instled before 3-4 years. It's my friends comp and it's been around when I dreamed of having one myself.It is in problem now and I gave my best to help but I haven't done much.I bought aditional 256 mb second hand sd-ram module and carry a CD with sp 3 hoping to help my friend.Problem was (besides poor performance cops hardwere) that Windows showed message after startap :some file in startap missing(dll something).First of all the memory was bad,sistem could not restart,Irun memtest86+,showed bouth modules had errors.The data were burned so I wanted to reinstal OS but My friend did not have original drivers so I just updated OS to sp3.After that his VGA wont work.I was crushed and had to go,next day Ireplced memory ,so I wait for the next weekend to try this one.Drivers?Reinstalation?how to make old bucket reliable again?

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    Steven Parker May 11, 2010

    I'm having trouble understand what your question is. From what I gather, you've got a friend's computer that had bad RAM, and you've replaced the RAM in the computer and it's still giving errors at startup. So you reinstalled Windows to SP3, with a fresh installation (not upgrade), but now the video card will not work.


    Is that right?


    If so, here's how to determine exactly who made the graphics card. Right click on my computer, an dgo to manage. Now open the device manager, and find the graphic card under display. Right click it, and go to properties. Now go to the Details tab, and in the drop down box find Device Instance ID. It should be a long code, looking something like this: PCI\VEN_1AB8&DEV_1131&SUBSYS.... and so on. Reply back with the VEN_#### and DEV_#### sections, and i'll tell you exactly who made it.


    Steven

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