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Seeking the help for graphic down load

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could you help me to down load draphic for my laptop pentium II and the hard disk is 6gb? please suggest me some tipes how and from where i down load graphics for my laptop.

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What type of graphics are you looking for, or do you mean graphics drivers?

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