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I have an intel [R] M processor 1.86GHz

I wanted to know if it is better then a

  • 64MB 3D Graphics card, such as Nvidia(R) GeForce(TM) 3.also if it isnt then can i get one of these graphics cards for my computer and how.
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    YES I BETTER AND YES IT WILL WORK ON YOUR SYSTEM

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    Hi. gotta Kworld PCI Analog TV Card Lite (PVR-TV 7134SE).........gao it as a replaysment for Leadteck tv card.........just put it in.installed drivers and software.by the way running Win 7 64...


    Is it made by ATI? ATI's only work with Intel processors, and AMD processors with with Nvidia cards. Could be a compatibility issue, more than likely. Did you check out the system requirements on this page? Click on system requirements near the bottom: http://www.kworld-global.com/main/prod_in.aspx?mnuid=1248&modid=6&prodid=21&flag=1

    Dec 18, 2011 | TV Accessories

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    "Lost Video" error


    Which version of the card are you using, BNC or D type?

    Remember: GV-800 is currently not compatible with VIA series and ATI series chipset motherboards.

    I know Dell uses mostly Intel chipset, but just in case, check with your motherboard to see if you don't have either ATI or VIA; specially since you already have the nVidia.

    Try going to the BIOS on your PC and set the 'Primary Display' to PCI instead of the built-in chip.

    If you have more information, please let us know. We can help you better!

    Feb 01, 2008 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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    What is the best motherboard and system configuration for adobe premiere 6.5 and pinnacle pro on rtdv ? I need the configuration in details please..... Please, thanks, Mack


    TECH SPECS for ADOBE PREMIERE 6.5
    Minimum System Requirements

    Windows

  • Windows 98SE, Me, 2000 (SP2), or XP
  • Intel PIII 500MHz
  • 128MB RAM (256MB or more recommended)
  • 600MB HDD space for installation
  • CD-ROM drive
  • QuickTime 5.0 recommended
  • Microsoft DirectX certified FireWire
  • dedicated large-capacity 7200RPM HDD
  • For Real-Time Preview:
    Pentium III 800MHz processor (Pentium 4 dual processors recommended)

    Macintosh

  • Mac OS 9.2.2 or Mac OS X v.10.1.3
  • PowerPC G3 (G4 or G4 dual recommended)
  • 64MB RAM (128MB or more recommended)
  • 600MB HDD space for installation
  • CD-ROM drive
  • QuickTime 5.0.2
  • QuickTime compatible FireWire
  • large-capacity HDD capable of sustaining 5MB/sec
  • For third-party capture cards:
    Adobe Premiere certified capture card
  • For Real-Time Preview: G4 processor (G4 dual recommended)
  • Jun 27, 2011 | Pinnacle Pro-ONE RTDV Video Capture

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    When installing the driver for GUC2015v it disables aero in Win 7


    To enable window aero you must have a graphics card with at least 64MB of RAM in it, although I’d suggest a card with more memory. If you have a lower memory graphics card, you may have to decrease the resolution to enable Aero. The IOGEAR does not have memory in it so it uses memory from your graphics card to display the other screen. So i would make sure you have atleast a 512MB video card to allow windows aero to load. Also make sure that you have installed the correct driver for the device, You driver can be downloaded HERE

    Jun 23, 2010 | IOGear (GUC2015V) Video Capture

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    Failed to intialize render . hardware T&L but not supported by adapter .


    it means that you ae not having and separate graphic card , you are using your motherboard's on board graphics adapter

    please get any graphic cards like nvidia geforce 7 or 8 or 9

    Apr 04, 2009 | Encore ENLTV-FM-HA (CTETVC)

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    Uninstalled my network adapter by accident


    If you can go online, your network device is installed properly, or at least good enough.

    NVIDIA drivers have an uninstall option, they never need to be deleted manually. If you need to install older drivers that may work better for an older game, the installation automatically removes your current drivers that are installed.

    Dec 16, 2008 | TV Accessories

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    PCI


    "As of 2007, PCI Express has replaced AGP as the most common interface for graphics cards on new systems. With a few exceptions, all graphics cards being released today (2008) from ATI and NVIDIA use PCI Express. NVIDIA uses the high bandwidth data transfer of PCIe for its newly developed Scalable Link Interface (SLI) technology, which allows two graphics cards of the same chipset and model number to be run as a pair, allowing increased performance. ATI also has developed a dual-GPU system based on PCIe called CrossFire. Towards the end of 2007, AMD released a motherboard chipset, the AMD 790FX, which supports up to four PCIe x16 slots, allowing tri-GPU and quad-GPU configurations for ATI cards.
    Uptake for other forms of PC expansion has been much slower and PCI remains dominant. PCI Express is commonly used for onboard gigabit ethernet and wi-fi but add-in cards are still generally PCI, particularly at the lower end of the market. Sound cards, modems, serial port cards and other cards with low-speed interfaces are still nearly all PCI. For this reason most motherboards supporting PCI Express offer legacy PCI slots as well."

    Source/Link: WikiPedia

    Please let me know if this helps. Good luck!

    Feb 28, 2008 | TV Accessories

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    Intel onboard graphics card does not recognize two monitors connected through Matrox Dualhead2Go


    You may have to upgrade to a new video card to get it to work properly. Onboard graphics are often crude with not much for options. Even a cheap video card should be good. Here are a couple of links to check compatibility:
    http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/corpo/support/compatibility/compatibility.php
    http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/gxm/support/tool/home.php
    Other solution is to re-install software for the Matrox.

    Nov 07, 2007 | Matrox DualHead2Go (D2GA2AAJ) VGA Video...

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    System requirement


    Windows 98 SE, "Millennium", 2000, XP (XP recommended) Intel Pentium or AMD Athlon 800 MHz or higher (1.5 GHz or higher recommended) 256 MB RAM (512 MB recommended) Direct X-compatible graphics card (ATI Radeon or Nvidia Geforce 2 or higher recommended) Direct X-compatible sound card Mouse CD-ROM drive Optional CD burner for creating Video CDs or SuperVideo CDs Optional DVD burner drive for creating DVDs

    Aug 05, 2007 | Pinnacle VIDEO CAPTURE| PCTV PRO (PCTVPRO)

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