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Q: Installed 17" Samsung Monitor and I don't know what the video card is. ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Installed 17" Samsung Monitor and I don't know what the video card is.
Category: Family and Home > Families
Asked by: korea-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 02 Feb 2004 07:59 PST
Expires: 03 Mar 2004 07:59 PST
Question ID: 302763
Please can anyone advise on new drivers for this agp as the colours
are limited to 16 colours on the monitor setup.and the pictures are
crap but the screen size and font sises are ok.

Request for Question Clarification by techtor-ga on 02 Feb 2004 09:16 PST
What is your operating system? And are you able to see what the
display shows when you first turn on the computer? Usually it shows
the kind of video card present. If your monitor is not connected to
the CPU power supply, you can turn on the monitor first and then see
this information more easily. If your monitor is connected to the
power supply, you may need a quicker eye as the display of the video
card ID disappears faster.

Request for Question Clarification by feilong-ga on 02 Feb 2004 09:25 PST

Can you remove the video card from the agp slot? You can usually see
the brand written on the middle part of the card, at the back or along
the sides. Once you find out, please tell us and we can take it from


Request for Question Clarification by livioflores-ga on 02 Feb 2004 18:59 PST
Try installing and running the following free software, it must tell
you which is your card, with this info you can find the drivers:
"AIDA32 is a professional system information, diagnostics and
benchmarking program for Windows platforms. It extracts details of all
components of the PC. It can display information on the screen, print
it, or save it to file in various formats like HTML, CSV or XML. For
corporate users, AIDA32 Enterprise offers command-line switches,
network audit and audit statistics, remote system information and
network management."

Let us know how this works.

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