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cant find driver for my video card


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deicidal_jimbo

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i need help, i need to download my video card driver but i cant because i dont knwo what make and model my video card is
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You can find out about your video card two ways. One is to open the case and look at it. The other is to run a system info diagnostics, like Everest Home Edition. You can get Everest Home Edition at http://www.majorgeek...tion_d4181.html
Once you have identified the make/model of the card, you can go to the manufacturer's web page and get the driver.
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how do i use everest, i already have it installed and open
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You double click on the everest icon, the program will run. Then start exploring the results. You will find the video card in there somehwere. Don't have Everest in front of me now but it is pretty intuitive.
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Hi i installed everest and Took a screenshot for you

hope it helps

Run the program then expand the Display folder, located in the right hand menu box.

Now click the Windows video icon.

It should now display your current graphics card and product information, and maybe a link to there website if your lucky :whistling:

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whats the make and model of your computer
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