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MikeDTX

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Gerry,

You were kind enough to reply to a post earler of mine, and I have a follow up question before I proceed: Here is what you told me to do (delete videocard then reboot) . . please see my follow up question pasted below:

start by going to device manager and deleting your videocard, then rebooting...windows will reload your driver at start up.

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Gerry, thanks . . . before I delete the videocard, I want to make sure I know what i'm doing!

I am in Device Manager
Under Display Adapters
There is an entry "NVDIA TNT2M64 4xAGP (Dell)

Is this what I need to remove? If not, where might I find the videocard?
Thanks again, and I do apologize for my computer ignorance!

Mike
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