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I have a computer dell windows xp

How do i find out what graphics card i have?

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  • Quickfx PC Repair May 11, 2010

    Your title has specs for video, was the problem solved ?

  • Matthew Shockey
    Matthew Shockey May 11, 2010

    Please provide a computer or motherboard model.


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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Either as mshockey89 posted or try:

  • right click on any clear are of your desktop;
  • click on "Properties";
  • click on the "Settings" tab;
  • your Video card should be under Display: Plug and Play Monitor on "your video card"; or
  • click on "Advanced" button;
  • click on "Adapter" tab;
  • Video card would be under "Adapter Information".
  • if no specific brand/model is listed on either of the above, then the drivers were not installed and as mshockey89 posted, information on the "computer or motherboard model" would be needed.
Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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