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Can i upgrade my dot station pc with a openGl 1.5 or higher video driver to run a flight sim application .is it safe to my system.
my system configuration is
ram 128mb
hard disk 10gb
i run my pc with win xp os

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Should not be a problem. Install the hardware and then when the system detects it, load only the drivers for an XP from the cd. There are other programs on the cd, but do not load them untill U know the whole system is working properly. U may want to consider adding more ram as faster video requires more ram, suggest 1Gb. and remember that windows is a disk dependant system, the higher percentage of the hard drive U use, the poopier the system runs. Suggest jumping to a 250 Gb harddrive and never worry about it again.

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