Question about Nvidia GeForce4 MX440SE 128 MB AGP Graphic Card

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VGA video card or my computer???

Okay, so I got this computer about 6 months ago, and I am trying to download this game. Well, to get the game to work you have to have DirectX 3D (Geforce2, ATI Radeon 7500). At the bottom of the screen there was a "related drivers" section. I went through a few downloads of the things but i couldn't get the drivers or whatever to properly install. I don't know what is wrong. Do I need a new VGA cord or do I need to buy some kind of expensive driver? And about the video card... is that in the head of the VGA cord or in the computer itself?

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  • EvilTaco Jul 11, 2008

    well... I just went back and checked, and I can play a game that has about the same or higher ( I really don't know) standards and I can play it just fine, with a little bit of lag. But the game I tried can't play at all. It says something about it might not be able to show because of the graphic cards. and to get a new graphics card I have to pay right? About how much do they cost?

  • EvilTaco Jul 11, 2008

    when I just now tried to install the Nvidia driver for my computer it got to the set up and said this: The NVIDIA program could not locate any drivers that are compatable with your current hardware. Setup will now exit. I don't know if that will help you find out my problem with my computer or not, but I thought as much information as possible would make it easier.

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Hi im wesley. ok you need to get a new graphics card as that one is probably not supported by the game or is to slow. and its in the computer itself.

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  • wesley vallance Jul 11, 2008

    that does help alot thanx an what the error means is most likeky you have gotten the rong driver for your computer please make sure you get or download the right 1. and to buy a new graphics card for a decent 1 isnt all that much if you look online you can pick them up for cheaper and look for specials go to www.nvidiageforce.com and search for like a or 8600gt or something with good memory i have the 8600gt and itb plays every game iv come across. and if you buy a video card make sure its either nvidia or gigabyte those are the best cards and reliable and supports basically anything but also make sure your computer is able to take the video card.

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