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Problem with my vga

I have geforce mx 400 64mb installed. bios shows that my geforce is 64mb but when i explore my dxdiag there's only 32mb available, but the device wasn't geforce but s3 savage 2000. how to solve the problem?thanks

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Did you have an ATI card previous to the Nvidia card you are now using. It could still be showing in your Hardware device manager as the primary device (or onboard graphics). If so,delete it and reinstall the Nvidia card and all should be well.

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