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Jolen98

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so then wen my vid card out of his
his vid card will be fine lik normal rit

Edited by Jolen98, 09 June 2005 - 05:56 PM.

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Yes. But if you dont feel comfortable doing it, I would suggest you dont...
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i do
be back wen i finish
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ok.
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that was strange ther i couldnt find a slot for it in his
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You might have to remove his...
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his was built by dell
ther was a case around it that i couldnt open
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lol :tazz: thats dell for yah
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i really dont want to get a new vid card they cost alot
i think it may be the vid card the reason i say this is that somtimes it will ave lines on the screen wen i boot up and i ave to make sure that it is sinkd into the slot most times it not
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hmmm. I dont know what else to say.

That sounds like a video card problem...

Edited by blsimpson, 09 June 2005 - 06:19 PM.

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dat suks does ne 1 know of a good maker of vid cards that arnt that much let me know
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Like I said earlier, shop around. Go to your local computer surplus stores. They normally have better deals..
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you can get a 3d exelerator for under 50$ and depending on what vid interface u have u can get just a display adapter for under 20$
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im into gaming and i know those cost lots
ps i just made a call to my cousin he deals wit this kinda stuff he has helpd me b4 i just left him a message
i wantd to give u guys the first shot b4 i calld him thxs 4 all your help
from now on u guys will be come first wen i ave a problem then i call him
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Check all the settings.
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