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Upgrade graphic card

I just brought a game and to play it says i need to upgrade my graphic card how do i do this

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Re: upgrade graphic card

Hi, on the game packing there should be a requirement list. Open your computer case, remove the graphics card, take it to a dealer and ask for a higher rated card of the same configuration, [AGP or PCIE] This is a simple job to change the card but be careful of static electricity, earth yourself to the case if you can. Regards mistyman

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