Graphics Card

  chrischambers 21:15 26 Aug 06

Hi, how can I check what graphics card & spec I have installed please?

  rdave13 21:18 26 Aug 06

Try click here and use their scanner.

  chrischambers 21:20 26 Aug 06

Thanks, it told me waht memory I needed but did not detect a Graphics Card..

  De Marcus™ 21:25 26 Aug 06
  rdave13 21:31 26 Aug 06

So the crucial scanner failed on the GPU. Try running click here , should give all info on GPU.

  chrischambers 21:38 26 Aug 06

Thnaks guys, done that.

Can someone traslate this please??

ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series [Display adapter]

AOC WJ1780PI [Monitor] (17.1"vis, s/n T7KJ5CBN02429, December 2005)

  rdave13 21:40 26 Aug 06

If you run the sisoft sandra 7 program then click on hardware tab>>"displays and display adapters and video..." icon. Should show all about your graphics card.

  rdave13 21:40 26 Aug 06
  chrischambers 21:42 26 Aug 06

thanks Rdave

  chrischambers 09:42 27 Aug 06

It looks like I have a ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series. Is it possible to exchange this for something with a bit more oommph?

Basically I want to use a USB FREEVIEW TV adaptor and want a decent picture.

I am using an external TV aerial, signal qulity is not an issue.

Thanks in advance.

  citadel 09:54 27 Aug 06

x200 is integrated on the motherboard you will need to have a slot on the motherboard to install a proper graphics card. If you are using a laptop this is not an option and you are stuck with what you have got.

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