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Problems with the screen

The imagen in screen is not clear, I think that have problem with the video card, and I want kwen if the video card come wiht the motherboard as a one piece

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If you take the side off the pc case and look inside, you will see the back of where your vga lead is connected to from the monitor, if it is straight into the the motherboard, you have onboard graphics, if tou see your lead connected to agraphics card fitted into a brown (AGP) slot or a white (PCI) slot, then you have a seperate graphics card. If you have onboard graphics and suspect it is the graphics then you can fit an AGP graphics card and dissable the onboard graphics in the bios set up.

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