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ABOUT GRAPHIC SUPPORT

Dear sir,
my pc haveing
D102GGC2 mother board
and 128 mb graphics.
Now i want to up grade the graphics. Please inform me how muc can i install max.

regards
satyam





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Try to check it in your manual. i mean in the manual of the motherboard if what VGA card is compatible with or visit the website or the motherboard you have.. hmm you must buy VGA card to upgrade your graphics that compatible in your motherboard... example AGP slot 256mb VGA card, or PCI express slot 256mb or 512mb VGA card.. ^^

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