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My vga problem

Hi good day guru's , my cousin gave me his old pc... and my problem is i cant find driver of my video card,,, ummmm its not a card really its built in video controler.. how can i know of where i could find the brand of my video card,,,tnks and more power

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Re: my vga problem

Hello Xfire,

What operating system are you using?

What is the make and model of the computer, for instance; HP Vectra 200...

Does the video card work at all? Or is it just showing poor resolution? Like if you plug the computer & monitor in and turn it on, do you see anything at all, like startup?

Let me know those and I can help you out more.



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