Graphic Card Help

  Teddy Jeff 14:28 16 May 11

I have just bought a small camcorder that records video in HD but my computer will not run the HD files do I require another Graphic card? The computer has a Asus P5G41T-MLX2/GB Motherboard with a 3.20 Gh Inter Pentium Dual-Core 64Kb Primary Memory Cache 64 Bit ready Processor.4Gb of ram is fitted. I am not into graphic cards so I would be greatful for any help anyone can give me on what to buy.

  gengiscant 15:43 16 May 11

Download and run this Belarc it will tell you what graphics card you have, then post back.

  Teddy Jeff 16:57 16 May 11

Thanks Gengiscant This is what is printed in Belarc Adcisor


Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset (display Adapter)

  gengiscant 17:55 16 May 11

If this is your motherboard Mobo and Belarc is showing what you have posted then it looks as though you have not got a separate graphics card and you are using the on-board graphics. So the question is how much do you have to spend as you will need to buy a card. If your not a gamer then something like this will do Graphics or this graphics but there are plenty of others, it depends on what you want to pay etc.

  Teddy Jeff 17:33 17 May 11

Thank you gengiscant I will order a card now, are they easy to fit?



  gengiscant 17:53 17 May 11

Yes very simple, have a look here.How to Your motherboard manual will help you can get that here manual

  Teddy Jeff 18:50 18 May 11

gengiscant Thank you very much for all your help I am waiting delivery of a graphic card and I have watched the two links you give me and it looks easy to fit the card. Best regards


  gengiscant 18:54 18 May 11

If you have any problems do not hesitate to ask, it will probably look a little daunting the first time.

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