Question about Motherboards
That a hard one for you. Open the computer and look for a brand name and model number on the motherboard. If you (it has) have a slot for a graphics card, you may want to consider buying a graphich card for you computer , as "on board" graphics aee usually not very good anyway. After you get the name and model, go to the website of that company and download the dribver from there.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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