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  • Jeffrey McDaniel Feb 16, 2012

    Need brand and model of computer?  Operating system? what kind of video card (AGP, PCI, PCI-e)?

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    phowe77 Feb 17, 2012

    hp touchsmart iq790uk

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This computer is fully intergrated, therefore like a laptop you can not upgrade the video card.

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