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Intel driver update for Call of Duty 2

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I just figured out that my current driver, Intel® 829456 Express Chipset, is not compatible with Call of Duty 2. Can I download a driver from Intel.com to fix this? Or do I have to install an new chipset?
I'll appreciate any help I can get, Thanks. Chprchk
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Do you mean intel extreme graphics?? You have integrated graphics and you will need to buy a new video card that fits in a slot on your motherboard.

Integrated video sux... Call of duty requires a pretty good card..

download a program called pcwizard then run it. There will be a menu to the left. Roll your mouse over the icon that says mainboard when the mouse is hovered over. Click that and it will tell you what bus you have look for an agp bus or a pci express bus.

Then find a video card with the bus it says you have.


Tell me the speed of your pc and what model also.

Edited by jrm20, 15 November 2005 - 07:43 PM.

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