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Video card i have a dell deminsion 2300 with an intel pen 4 processor and i am running windows xp home edition and my screen resolution wont go pass 640x480, i was wondering if i can download anything to fix it?

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Hello
first check that have you install graphics driver of motherboard

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FOR WINDOWS XP
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  • 2.0 GHz P4 processor or equivalent
  • 1 GB RAM
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  • 0.5 GB additional RAM

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There is a problem with your Video Card.
If google the model and make for the display drivers.

You can check for the same by right clicking my computer - properties- hardware- Device manager and check under display adapter.

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