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Where is the video card on this computer How do I

Where is the video card on this computer How do I replace it?

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Your desktop PC has integrated video card, Intel 845GV. What you can do is buy a PCI Video Card and just add to the PCI slot in on your motherboard. You need to open your computer and just insert it in a slot. Slots are either 3 or 4 slots in the back of the computer down to the bottom when the computer is in a normal position

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Yes, if your video-card does not support the "native" resolution of the monitor, you'll get "fuzzy" pictures, until you replace the video-card.

Since 3/4 of 1920 is 1440, and 3/4 of 1080 is 810, does your video-card support 1440x810 ?

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First, try replacing the "data' cable between the LCD and the video-card.

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The video signal is not reaching your monitor, check the pins on the connector from the monitor to the computer, then check the video card:

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It has only some shared video memory onboard, so it won't be replacing.
The information i can find tells that the motherboard features an AGP-port, so you can just buy an AGP video card and place put it in the agp port on your computer.

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