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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to http://www.nvidia.co.uk/Download/index.aspx and select GeForce as the product type and GeForce 4 MX as the series. Choose the OS and language and away you go.
However, this is a fairly old card and if you're trying to play a new game it is possible that it isn't supported - it has no programmable shaders, for example, which may be required for new games.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
SOURCE: xfx gf 8500gt
Check your computer's RAM cards. On them should be a serial number. Punch that number into a search engine (probably on someone else's computer since you need to open up your own) and see what type of system memory you have.
DDR3 is very common in newer computers, so having DDR2 memory may be your problem.
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