Hi ,, mayank here.. actually i have a pc with configuration of 1 gb ram, dual core processor , mercury mother board and windows xp installed in the system . i am not able to install the audio drivers in my system..how to do that
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Depends on what kind of hardware you have
2 gb ram is "ok" if you use windows XP but if you have Vista or Windows 7 you should have a minimum of 4gb ram.
if you have a Dual core processor you are ok, if you have a p4 or p3 you dont want to waste money on a new graphics card because it will not help you get better games, your processor and memory will slow you down instead.
So my advice is, if you have a OK computer, go ahead with buying a new graphics card
if you computer is old and slow, DONT buy a new card! put your money on +2gb ram instead (cheap,and gives you more benefits) or maybe buy an "upgrade package" with new motherboard-memory-processor.
If you are using Dual Core the mother board you are using may have PCI Express Slot. So that you may install Graphics card. Only for particular lower end mother board doesn't have this feature. Any way tell me your motherboard make and model no. e.g., Intel DG31PR, 945GNT, DG41TY etc.,
http://www.mercury-pc.com/p-mainboards-list.php hello, try this link to id the board, as you will see 5 945 mercury mainboards. if you pick the one you have, like 945gcm for example, you can find out the fsb, cpu, memory. if you still need help, reply please rate this solution and good luck!
It is probably because your internet connection is slow or you lack bandwidth. You have a fast computer and if you've wiped the hard drive and reinstalled windows then its unlikely that it is a windows problem. Also if you're using a modem instead of a dedicated connection they do tend to be rather slow managing only up to 56k per second.