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I have a dell gx270 system with 96mb of video card but my driver is showing it 32 i updated my driver but nothing happens.

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    Are you using the integrated chipset or did you add an AGP video card?

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It depends on how much it is being taxed by the system.

The more demand a program requires , the more it gives.

This card is a very cheap way of providing AGP video.

It actually takes away from you systems RAM to give to the video subsystem.

See this link for details.

http://support.intel.com/support/graphics/intel865g/sb/CS-009185.htm

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Also, this is a wierd fix, but it's worked before on over 100 Dell GX260's I've worked with. When the system is powered up, and not displaying anything, pull the power cord at the back. Normally this is NOT recommended, but yes, while the system is on, pull the power cord at the back. Plug it back in after 10 seconds or so, and power up the system. See if you see anything on the display.

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Check to see if you see either an ATI or NVIDIA sticker on your machine and that will narrow down the choices. Don't worry about downloading and installing the wrong one, nothing will happen except the machine telling you that it's not the right one.

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