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gracerren

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is it possible to install a vga DRIVER on my on board video card... ECS L4S5MG3 motherboard name
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http://www.ecs.com.t...P...=18&LanID=0
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is it possible to play a game(not flash game) in that onboard video card?

or i need to wait until i replace my faulty card to play?

Edited by gracerren, 25 June 2010 - 03:39 AM.

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You would need to check system requirements for any particular game you wanted to play,
this can normally be found on the packaging the game comes in, the requirements list will
normally tell you what gfx card, CPU, memory, psu, cd/dvd drive & OS are needed, high end
3D games can also recommend monitor requirements.
The more memory you have & the better your psu is will always a help.
What sort of games have you in mind!
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but i dont know what is the size of memory of the on board video card?
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Integrated SiS® Real256 2D/3D Graphics
If I was to guess it looks like a 256 meg video but i could be wrong.

HP shows the following for the board
Up to 64MB dynamic (32MB if less than 256MB system memory)
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Go to START and choose RUN and type DXDIAG then press enter this will give you all the information you will need to know before installing or trying a game.

In there you will see:

Processor type
DirectX version
How much Memory (RAM) you have
Your video card and how much memory is has
and other usefull information

Edited by Alzeimer, 25 June 2010 - 06:41 AM.

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