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Something is wrong with my graphic card!!!!

I have a pretty old computer but i dont think that is why my graphic card is messes up. its a window 200. ok when i first go tthis comp it was working fine then one day when i started up a gb emulator that i play it was giong really slow unlike wat it used to be. my graphic card is Direct 3d. i also cant play high graphic games when i start it up a window pops up then it has some random symbols in it, the only thing i can read is Direct 3d and Direct X. So if u can tell me how i can fix this plz tell me. maybe a software that fixes this kinds of things or do i have to get a brand new graphic card. if u suggest for me to buy a new one can u tell me the best place to buy one??

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If you download everest free edition and find out what hardware you have in your computer that would be a great help

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What games is it that you are trying to play?

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