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I'm sorry to advise you, your Dell is a laptop and laptops have a built-in video chip on the motherboard and it cannot be upgraded or changed.
The video card used shared RAM, ie it uses part of the main RAM module/s, You maybe be able to increase the video RAM size in the BIOS, but this will reduce the main memory, so you might want to upgrade the RAM in the DELL.
You only other alternative is to buy a later model laptop.
for that you have to reset bios settings.
For that you have to open cpu cabinet and if you have laptop you have to open back side cover of laptop then you find motherbord .
pull cmos cell from motherbord for 10 minutes so all settings are defaults.then it not need password.
Actually, the Dell Latitude C610 is one of those rare cases where the video card can be remove. It is a separate chip. I know because I'm looking at it right now. The only problem with upgrading is actually finding a video that actually fits and it better than the 16MB stock card.
just select the operating system and apparently there are no drivers for windows 2000 or later the only drivers that i can find are for windows ME so select that and download the video drivers (its the last selection).
Laptops when running in non native resolutions sometimes tend to use a small area, so that the bluring of text is not noticeable. The reason is that laptop text is only sharp in its native resolution, and in your case the possibility is that your native resolution is 1600x1200 (If you can post the exact model or a link with your machine configuration, I can confirm what the native resolution is).
However you can make the icons and text larger, the best way is to and change the font size in windows (display settings) from the normal to large or extra large. This makes all the fonts much larger and easy on the eye, and it also will keep the text large as you are still running it in native solution mode.