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My computer is a hp windows vista ultimate
Windows Vista generally isn't supported by Microsoft anymore. Along with WinXP and anything before that.
#2 Depending on what kind of connecting cable you have and monitor, my suspicions are even those are outdated.
It would be best to go to a Yard Sale or a Computer shop and buy a used system with at least Windows 7 installed in it. Even then, depending on when it was made it can be an old machine, just with win 7 on it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NVIDIA GeForce 6600
Did you try installing and updating the driver of the graphics card dedicated to the operating system "VISTA" ? Sometimes there is some difference between vista's driver and XP's driver.
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
SOURCE: No signal to monitor
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
SOURCE: Need to update my graphics card
anything modern should be able to handle that resolution. should say on the package what the max reso is and if its over what you need id say its a safe bet. That card your using is really old and out dated. i dont even think you can by cards that have less then 128mb of vram on them anymore.. hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
Look at your motherboard spec's and see what you have for a video card slot, then see what chipset
is running your board, if the chipset is ati then get an Ati card,if nvidia,then nvidia card.
I have never even heard of these card MFG, and don't see there support sites.
My opinion would be to go to a place online like Newegg.com and find a card for your board, a good cheap card will run about 30-40.00 dollars. The graphics will be a lot better on your pc.
If the cards came with the pc,you can try and go to the site of the pc maker and see if there is a vista driver, if not, you either have to reinstall xp or buy a new card. Hope it works out.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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