Question about Microsoft Video Game Consoles & Games
Okay this is what you do
Start-->Run (Or search if vista)-->Dxdiag-->Video or Display tab
That should tell you what your card is and whether onboard or not
You may need to update the drivers, after you find out the type of card, go to the manufacturer's site, and get the updates
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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