I have an xpert 2000 pro ultra 32mb agp graphics card don't know if this makes a difference but p/n1025-14030 00038 s/n A229057472 anyways,I can't get any 3d drivers cause when I try to play games it will tell me no 3d graphics card. How am I able to install this correctly? Also,it is in my device manager as rage 128 ultra so I need updated drivers or something to fix can you please help me thanks applepet2002 oops I am running windows xp pro
Here's a link to the drivers for your card. Download them. Make sure your old drivers are uninstalled for that video card. Double click the driver file, let it install the drivers and control panel software, and restart when prompted. If you're still having problems at that point, then try the above suggestion, or try re-installing DirectX.
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That is a pretty old PC to be upgrading, but a new video card might help a bit for video viewing. Im assuming that it has either only PCI or maybe a 1st gen AGP slot. You would need to open it and find out. Iff all the slots look exactly the same its PCI if the top one is different or even darker brown in color its AGP. now dont get the regualr PCI mixed up with PCI-E (pci-express16x) those will not fix and they are what is mainstream right now in the video card market.
I'd suggest looking on eBay or other online retailers to find a PCI oe AGP card.
Intel Pentium® III, AMD™ Duron or Athlon™ class processor or higher 128MB system RAM A 300W system power supply An AGP 2.0 (or higher) compliant motherboard 50MB of available hard disk space CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive Microsoft® Windows® 98, ME, 2000, XP, or Windows® VGA or DVI-I compatible monitor This is what you need for graphic card to work!!! Its very good card!!!