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BrightEyes

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I have an eMachines T2385 I was wondering if i would be able to upgrade my graphics card, concerned because i believe it's indigrated....thank you ~Mike~ :tazz:
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Hi brighteyes,
look here and go to the section on upgrading video. is your machine listed? I dont know if you have an AGP slot available on your motherboard. open the case and take a look, the AGP slot is usually brown, and would be at the top of all the beige PCI slots (or closest to the cpu).
let us know if you have an AGP slot or not, and if that page showed if you can disable the onboard video. then we can help find a card to fit your needs. please specify what you are looking to do as well. play games?

alternatively, you could use everest home to find out the specs of your machine.
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