Question about Intel Celeron -D 2.26Ghz Computer System PC Desktop
This link covers basically everything you need to know for installing a video card. Basically you need to determine what kind of card you are going to use based on available slots on your motherboard (PCI, AGP, or PCI-E).
Then find a new card (some really good deals on video cards at newegg.com)
Setup is pretty easy, once you physically install the card, you usually just have run the CD that accompanies your video card to install the drivers for it. If your current video card is onboard video, then you will have to disable it in device manager in order for your new card to work properly.
You also want to be sure your power supply is large enough to supply enough juice to your new video card.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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