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steveba

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Processor Intel Pentium 4 2789MHz
Display Card NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440SE
Memory 512MB
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP
Free Disk Space 48.65GB
Display Card Memory 64MB
Display Driver Version 4.1.0.9
DirectX Version 9.0c
Optical Drive CD/DVD
Sound Card SigmaTel Audio

what needs replacing i know the grapic card would need replacing but what type anything else
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abother 512 of ram and a new gcard should have you sorted. That geforce 440 is a good old veteran, i still have one in my retired gaming computer

BUT find out what your motherboard is, make sure it supports any new parts. Also if you enjoy sound like i do, a new sound card and speaker system will go down well.

Need any recommendations?
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best way of finding out what mother board it is and what g/card would do, also would it be worth selling the old stuff and is the job hard to do thanks for ur help
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sorry thought i posted before but it didnt come up

get everest to find out your mobo get it from http://www.lavalys.c...p?pid=1&lang=en .

I would recommend a 6600GT or an x800XL/XT as a good mid level card.
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