I have recently had my pc reformatted. It is a second-hand PC. I am not sure about the specs - but it says - Compaq SVGA (its already 3 years old!). However, the one who reformatted my pc forgot to re-install the drivers for my video graphics card. Now, I cant access an Online game because of my problem. On my Device Manager window, I can see a yellow exclamation mark on something called "Video Controller (VGA compatible)". How do I resolved this? Thanks very much.....
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Re: Video Accelerator Graphics Card
Now that you've reformatted and added drivers again its better to download the latest drivers either from your computer manufacturer's website or the website for your motherboard. If that doesn't help, you can get VIA drivers from http://www.viaarena.com. only then games wil be compatible. hope u find this udeful. thank You.
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This sounds like either a case of graphical artifacting, or your pc is simply crashing.
Graphical artifacts are things not normally seen on your monitor created by overuse of the graphics card, such things as white pigments and the odd pixel patterns you saw are some signs of this. I've experienced this problem, and have had the speakers make the noise you heard noise upon restarting the pc. To see if this is the cause I would try running an extremely graphically intensive game or program such as a 3D benchmark to test the limits of the graphics card, and if you see the odd pixelation during the testing, then it is most likely that the card is the problem, and you should call its manufacturer for a replacement.
If your pc is simply crashing then either your power supply is not putting out enough power for you graphics card, or the graphics card is not hooked up to the motherboard properly. The first to do to check if this is the case is to run your pc until it crashes and see how hot your pc has gotten, if it is very hot, then your power supply could be overloaded, or you may not have enough airflow in the case. I would suggest opening your pc and looking for anything out of place, and even perhaps getting professional help from a technology store.
All latest PC games requires shader model 3 graphics card. Actually juiced 2 is a high graphic oriented game requiring shader model 3. So, you must upgrade the video memory by adding a latest graphics card with shader model 3.Graphic card like,
Nvidia 6600 and higher has shader model 3.0
ATI x1xxx or higher has shader model 3.0 some X800 were also shader model 3.0.
Before you buy any new graphic card you need to discover which card your motherboard supports.
Here all the specs of the Power adapter you looking for.
Thanks and have a nice day !
- Adapter model: ADP-18LB C - Adapter Input: 200-240 V / 50-60 Hz ~ 400 mA -Adapter output: 24.0 V - 0.75 A
Output Plug - Outside Diameter (mm): 5.50 - Output Plug - Inside Diameter (mm) : 2.10 -Output Plug - Barrel Lenght (mm) : 12.00 -Output Plug - Polarity : Center positive. thanks and have a nice day J -