Question about HP w1907 LCD Monitor
Your Graphics card is inside of your computer. It can be integrated into the motherboard or you can add on a card and not use the one that may be integrated into *********** board. If the card is stand alone it will be in a slot on *********** board. If its part of the mother board when you open the cover on your computer you will see the connectors coming out the back and they will be soldered to the mother board. This should help you identify the type of video or graphics card you have.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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