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Should Be Basic Vid Card Question

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I have a Dell Inspiron 6000 and I cannot find out what kind of video card that I have in the device manager. I had to reinstall my OS a while back, and I wonder if that might have something to do with it. Never the less, I need to know what I've got, and if anyone out there knows how, please let me know.

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If you're running Windows XP ...

Click Start | Run, type in dxdiag and press [Enter]. After the "DirectX Diagnostic Tool" loads up, click the "Display" tab.

If that isn't enough info, click Start | Run, type in msinfo32 and press [Enter]. After "System Info" loads, click the [+] to the left of "Components", then click "Display" under that.
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