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Video output been trying to play this game online, but i only have a 32 bit video card. i need to know how to upgrade this. having a hard time finding out what one i can put in my computer. thank you so much for you help

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Re: video output

What game are you trying to play?, You could have a look at the games system requirements, it should tell you what video card is best suited for the game.

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Processor Intel Pentium 4 1.6 GHz
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Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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