I thought it was impossible to install a discrete graphics card inside a HP omni 27 because the fan pipes get in the way! Please can you shed some light onto this?
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
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Hi, Please let us know what is your HP omni 27 ? It must be HP omni 27-xxxx . Regards.Read other 2 answers
Hello everybody. As I mentioned, I am using the Omni 27 - 1000et model All In One desktop computer. I have 2 problems.1- The factory-built Windows 7 computer automatically upgraded itself to Windows 10, but did not receive the Windows 7 activation code. As a result, the currently installed windows 10 seems to be unactivated and I am uncomfortable with this situation. I have to solve this.2-I do not know if the graphics card of the device is AMD mobility Radeon HD 5570 or AMD Radeon HD6550A. As a result I applied to 3rd party driver control applications and installed the AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5570 driver and said that the driver was successfully installed. But when I go to the device manager, I get the message '' The driver for this device is not installed ''. As a result, when I turn the computer on and off, I get an error such as '' The driver for the device is not installed or the device is not installed '' by AMD.I ask for your help in solving these problems.I'm sorry for my bad english.Read other answers
Hi new to replacing a graphic card. I have Intel and want to replace the graphic with a geforce fx 5500 but don't know what to take out and where to put it in. Please help these are my specs.
Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller
Maximum Memory Capacity: 2048MB
Currently Installed Memory: 512MB
Available Memory Slots: 1
Number of Banks: 2
Dual Channel Support: No
CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
CPU Family: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.80GHz Model 4, Stepping 1
CPU Speed: 2799 MHz
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It's apparent that my laptop's graphic card is messed up. When the computer is switched on, the screen first goes white an after a long time, half the screen turns black.I'm forced to switch off the main power then. My laptop is an HP one, 2.0 Ghz,2 gb ram and 128 MB Nvidia AMD graphics. I bought it in late 2007. I heard it's not possible to replace graphic card; but how can I check whether it can be replaced ? It has an expansion port on it's left side and a slot in the right side.
Also, how much long will it to take replace it (at the repair store I mean) ?
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my motherboard is acerT130
my video card name is sapphire radeon 9600SE 128MB memory
AMD athlon 3400+, 2.2GHz
please tell me the available graphic card module for my motherboard
please don't tell me to buy new one because no money , 2nd sorry for my horrible english
OK, I am not understanding;
please don't tell me to buy new one because no moneyClick to expand...
You are going to have to purchase a new or different card if you want to replace the current card.
If you are asking if you can just increase the amount of memory on the current card, then no.
Been having some problems with my on-board gfx regularly crashing (cheers to Panais for the help BTW).
This is my motherboard ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Motherboards- ASUS M2N68-VM
Im looking for a gpu which is good and cheap. I don't use the PC for gaming, its general home & office use (internet) and I watch the odd video from time to time.
Any advice would be much appreciated.
If you are never going to play games then an Nvidia GT520 (?40 ish) would be okay, if you think that you might want to play low end games, then a GTS 450 is a mid range card (?90 ish). (Spot the NVidia fan )
Have a look at these links:
MSI GeForce GT 520 1024MB GDDR3 PCIe
Novatech GeForce GTS 450 1024MB GDDR5 PCIe
I am planning on buying HP p6550z series with AMD Athlon(TM) II 245 dual-core processor [2.9GHz, 2MB L2, up to 4000MHz bus] with integrated graphic card
I want to replace only the graphic card with Radeon HD 5570 1GB 128-bit DDR2
Would there be any power or graphic card support problem?
Please consider that i have little detailed knowledge about computers
as a rule of thumb, i like to use at least a 450-500w power supply for any video card that requires external power directly from the power supply (minus the enthusiast grade cards of course, which will require more). you may be able to get away with a 400w unit with the 5570 but i don't know the power requirements off the top of my head. is there any specific reason you are looking to upgrade the graphics?
i would like to point out though that for an extra ~$75-90 you could get a 5770 which would be much more powerful than the 5570.
After I upgraded my HP Pavilion Elite m9559F PC to windows 10 pro 64 bit, my PC crashed all the time with error regarding graphic card ATI Radeon HD4850. I have a question that whether do you know which new model of graphic card that works with windows 10 pro 64 bit so that I will buy to replace current error graphic card ATI Radeon HD4850 on this computer.Read other answers
First of all:
I don't know too much about computers, so use easy language please.
I have sent in my computer to get repaired and got it back yestersay. Since then i've been trying to get it to work properly again.
I can't play any of the games I used to play before I sent it in to get repaired (for example, Battlefield 3). I can start dota2 but it looks pretty messed up. I can run minecraft though ^^
Anyway, after a lot of questions asked, trying out different stuff and after getting further and further to the end of this problem I've come to this:
My computer shows me that I have an nvidia geforce 7025 nforce 630a graphic card.
Although it says in the computer description that it SHOULD have a AMD HD 6870 1GB GDDR 5.
My screen isn't plugged in the graphic card, since it doesn't recieve anything from there. It is plugged directly to the motherboard.
So, from what I understand the nvidia card is the integrated graphic card or am I totally wrong?
Anyway, the device manager can only find the nvidia card and I cannot run any game smoothly on this computer.
Before I realized this possibility I've tried to download newer drivers for the nvidia card, but it didn't help.
Please help me to get my ADM HD 6870 1GB GDDR 5 to run!
I'm trying to google for solutions, but I'll give this site a shot.
first check they havent stolen you GPU
then check that the 4/8pin pci power supply is plugged into the top left of the motherboard.
then check the gpu has power cable(s) plugged in.
I am trying to upgrade my computer. So far I've successfully upgraded the CPU, RAM and wifi/bluetooth adapater. However, I have not been able to successfully upgrade my video card. I've purchased two different cards and when I install them the computer powers up but the screen is black. It seems like the computer is still functioning because when I remove the card and boot using the onboard video the system has installed drivers for each of the two cards I've tried. This is my computer:http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=c03377747 These are the two video cards I've installed:https://www.amazon.com/HP-EliteOne-Radeon-Graphics-671864-002/dp/B00H71JJOShttps://www.amazon.com/Asunflower-GeForce-N13P-GL2-A1-660498-002-Graphics/dp/B01MF91A4P I noticed that my computer doesnt have a cable connected to either the MXM_LVDS or UMA_LVDA ports which are located right above the MXM slot. Is this related to my problem? I've inspected the hardware and there does not appear to be a lose cable anywhere. As far as I can tell there is nothing to plug into either one of those two ports. I have also updated my bios, disabled secure boot and all power management functions (suggestions I read in other posts). So far nothing has worked. I've included a copy of my msinfo32 and a picture of the motherboard. I'm at my wit's end, so any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, The first card is compatible with the 51 machines including the following 27" machines HP Omni 27-1010ef AiO PC FRHP Omni 27-1200a AiO PC AUSTHP Omni 27-1200ee AiO PC ARABHP Omni 27-1200eg AiO PC GRHP Omni 27-1200er AiO PC RUSSHP Omni 27-1200es AiO PC SPHP Omni 27-1202ed AiO PC NLHP Omni 27-1210xt CTO Desktop PCHP Omni 27-1265ef AiO PC FR the second card is compatible with 14 machines insluding the following 27" machines HP Omni 27-1100ee AIO PC ARABHP Omni 27-1100er AiO PC RUSSHP Omni 27-1100et AiO PC TURKHP Omni 27-1101ed AiO PC NLHP Omni 27-1101er AiO PC RUSSHP Omni 27-1140eg AiO PC GRHP Omni 27-1180ef AiO PC FR Your 27" machine is not in BOTH lists therefore the simple answer: they are not compatible with your machine. Regards.Read other 1 answers
I am using HP Omni 120-1115in all in 1 pc. I m a bit of a gamer and i want to play some nyz games like BF4 AC4 etc Bt i cant. I need a solution to play good graphics games in my pc. what shoul i do ? can i use a external graphics card or something ? i gt 4gb ram and amd radeon hd graphics. theres less games i can play now in my pc. plz tell me a soluionRead other answers
Hi,I own a HP Omni 27-1015t with a GeForce GT 540M card. Unfortenuately, I am not able to install windows 10 due to compatilibity issues. After contacting HP support some months ago, I finally got around to removing the card today (as they suggested), but when I switch on the computer again, the display is blank. Is there anything outside of removing the card I need to do for the mother board graphics to kick in? Only thing HP support suggested was to remove the card, install win10 and then put the card back into the computer (it should be win10 compatible). I did try to install win10 with the card in, but was not able to get the correct graphics. Hoping for some good tip here. Thank you. RegardsAreRead other answers
Recently my GTX 675M graphic cards was broken and replaced. The new card is still GTX 675M. After install all the drivers, I opened my games (DOTA 2 and CS:GO) and got blue screen 5 minutes after. Please help, thanks you guys in advance.
Welcome to the 8forums.
It seems that the crashes are caused by 1 of the Nvidia drivers.
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvlddmkm.sys
Fortunately this driver is updated
7: kd> lmvm nvlddmkmstart end module name
fffff880`0588c000 fffff880`06365000 nvlddmkm T (no symbols)
Loaded symbol image file: nvlddmkm.sys
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys
Image name: nvlddmkm.sys
Timestamp: Fri Aug 07 05:22:42 2015 (55C42482)
Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
So there may be another driver from the GPU causing this.
Please try the solution described in this thread of Nvidia as it could solve your problem.
I start having hardware problems with my graphic card (NVidia GT 750) and I am looking for a replacement. We don't need a gaming card, but we are doing high end graphic design with Photoshop CC 2015, Illustrator, InDesign and so on...Thanks for your help!Read other answers
Hi, i'm running window 7 32-bit OS.
My graphic card is (ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics)
My problem is that after i went to www.amd.com, downloaded,uninstall the old catalyst and installed a new catalyst which matches my OS and yet i got this message whenever i tried to run that catalyst.
"No AMD graphics driver is installed, or the AMD driver is not functioning properly.
Please install the AMD driver appropriate for you AMD hardware"
can anyone help me solve this problem?
I've downloaded the catalyst alot of times and kept install and uninstall but i'm still having the same problem.
I really appreciate any suggestions..
Try downloading the driver from HP; select your model from this list Compaq Presario CQ40-100 Notebook PC series*-* Download drivers and software - specify product name - HP Business Support CenterRead other 4 answers
Hello. Few days ago i bought a new laptop. HP Notebook 15-ay057nw. Everything was okey but not the graphic card and performance. I can't play games !!! ;/ Laptop uses only Intel HD Graphics. I have the newest drivers in both graphic cards. In BIOS i can not find the option to change graphic card. I set all to "max performance" but still the dedicated card doesn't work ;/Dedicated card in any apps, games are 0%. I try everything and i can not find the solution. Guys please help me i really need a helpI'm giving a prof to this the AMD Graphic card is 0%. In dxdiag the first graphic card is Intel HD Graphics. In the advanced options of resolution the graphic card is Intel. Sorry for my english, i'm polish so my english not the best. Thanks for any help-Best wishes, LukeRead other answers
Is there existing external graphic card or video card for integrated laptops
?? or other suggetions ^^
it would be a great help for me hihi
Well they have these but they just give you a port to use.Read other 9 answers
15 days ago My laptop was unable to boot , when i have formatted it and after installing graphic card driver it is unable to boot again , i tried more than 5 times and even i tried windows 7 ultimate , proffessional and even 32 bit and 64 bit but its not working the momment i instal video driver after installing it requires boot and after boot its unabe to start please help my laptop is not in warranty . serial - [Personal Information Removed] product number - LZ801PA#ACJ micro poccessor - Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz
boynamedanurag Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about booting and video card problems and wanted to help. So, if I understand what you're saying, you reinstalled Win7 and the PC boots OK, right? But when you then install a video driver and reboot, it does not boot, right? My guess is that you have one of the old DV6 laptops that has two video chipsets, something called Switchable Graphics. And the problem with that is that only the HP OEM video drivers will work on that laptop. IF you install other ones, such as the ones you get from AMD or Nvidia, they will NOT work -- which sounds like what is happening to you. What DOES work is restoring your PC using HP Recovery Media because that will contain the HP OEM drivers. Media. This is a set of DVDs and a CD, or USB stick, that will erase the hard drive (removing all data, settings, and applications, reinstall the original OS, drivers, and some HP Utilities. In some cases, you may be able to order a USB stick instead of disks. You have to order these from HP; they can not be downloaded.You can look online for Recovery Media starting with the linked paged: http://support.hp.com/us-en/driversOnce there, input your Product name or number. On your Software and Drivers Download page, select your Operating System and and Version. Click "Update". If HP Recovery Media is available for your machine, down near the bottom of the page, you will see an entry... Read moreRead other 1 answers
Can you change a laptop video card/graphic card?
I looked in a shop and they said "a laptop graphic card can not be changed."
Can a laptop graphic card be changed??
(Nvidia geforce go 6150)
With many thanks,
Unless the laptop has onboard graphics, there is no reason why the card can't be changed.
Of course, I am not very knowledgeable with GFX cards, so I can't necessarily tell whether is has onboard graphics or not.
Product Name: HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PCOperating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit) Hello, Can I upgrade my motherboard with a graphic card. Is it possible?
serzh_shumkov Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about wanting to upgrade the graphics on your laptop and wanted to help. Sorry for the bad news, but you are operating under a misunderstanding. Unlike desktop PCs, laptops do not use video "cards"; instead, they use video chips that are permanently attached to either video modules, or to the laptop system board. These are not customer-replaceable parts.Read other 1 answers
I have ProLiant ML110 G6 I've bought Sapphire Radeon R7 250 2GB GDDR5 card. Before I buy, I've checked compatibility of my PCIe v2 x16 slot with PCIe v3 x16 card. I'ts compatible backwards so I can use v3 card in my v2 slot i MB. But When I was trying to install it I've noticed that on MB is inprinted PCIe x16 45W (I attached photo below). So can I use this card - in specification is given that consumption of this card is 70W. Can undervoltage break my G card? Maybe I should ure Riser with extra molex pin? x16 slot gives 45W and molex can give 35W = total 80W. What you thinkRead other answers
I'm having problems with video streams stopping and games stopping. I was told that I don't have a video card/ graphic card. Which should I get or both. My PC has 736 RAM. I'm thinking of gettin 2G or 1G stick. Would this help or do I need it to run a video card/ graphic card?
Thank You for your responses
A video card and a graphic(s) card are the same thing. What you have now is an integrated graphics card. Integrated graphics cards have terrible performance. Now, we need to know whether your motherboard has a PCI-E or AGP slot. Download CPU-Z , take screenshots of the tabs called "CPU" and "Mainboard" and post them here.
They should look something like this (the information and logo will be different):
Built a computer for my son to game on. I have a MSIK8N Neo4 Platinum/SLI mobo. I have been running two Nvidia NX7600GT's. One of them blew the other night. Any suggestions on what to upgrade to? I have a 600w power supply so I think I'm pretty good there.
I'm kind of new to the building and compatibility part; so any help would be wonderful and well appreciated.
Also, probably a stupid question but here goes. I assume that since I'm running dual cards now, I will continue to run dual cards? Would like to stay with Nvidia products.
Thank you in advance!
From what I can remember you have a few options:
- Run single new card, Nvidia GTX 460 or the 550Ti cards would offer decent performance at a mid to lower end price range. Or spend more for the top end Nvidia offerings GTX 580, not sure their minimum PSU recommendations, but at least require 2 x PCIe Power connectors.
- Run dual cards, 1 new, 1 old 7600GT as NVIDIA® PhysX® processor, offloading that processing from the main new card.
- Bin the old working card and run 2 x New. GTX 460s are nice in SLi but all others above this can run SLi too.
Just because it is an SLi motherboard it doesn't mean you have to run 2 cards. It will happily run one card, it just has support to also run 2.
I'm running Win 7 ultimate. Last night everything worked and I left it running, but this morning the machine was shut off and on restart it got the startup options (normal, save mode, etc.) and I had no sound. I did a windows restore to yesterday and when that didn't help, I let windows update the driver. Since that didn't help, I downloaded the ????7ka403ww.exe from Lenovo, ran it and did the restart. Still no sound and the device manager was then listed as "High Definition Audio Device" When I let windows update the driver again it showed as SoundMax again. What is it supposed to be? I do have an old T61 for spare parts and could replace the sound card if that's what it is and I can figure out how.
Go to Solution.
The sound card is not replaceable. DO you get sound from the headphone jack? Also is your internal speaker selcted as the primary playback device in your control panel? Also is your restore a complete factory restoration or just restore to a previously backed up point.Read other 9 answers
I am about to upgrade from Xp S/p 3 to Windows 7 and need to replace my Intel 82865G graphics card, but I don't know which one to go for. Any suggestions? My system details are :- 3.00 ghtz Intel P 4, Micro-Star Bus, clock 200Mghz. I am not a 'gamer' but use the for a cam-corder. Thanks for any help.
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I've had a bit of trouble replacing my graphics card. Annoyingly, this isn't even a new card; it's an old one that the (rather dodgy) shop didn't transfer when they moved all my parts to a new case with a new motherboard.
At first I struggled to actually find where in the case the graphics card would fit; it turns out I had to punch out a metal bracket first. It seems like my current graphics card is built directly into the motherboard or something, as the graphics card slot was free.
Current GFX Card (according to DirectX Diagnosis): ATI Radeon Xpress 200 series
GFX Card I want back: nVidia Geforce FX 5200 (Lancer - 210 - M03)
Picture A shows where my monitor plugs in (where I'm assuming there is some form of GFX card built into the motherboard).
Picture B shows my "new" graphics card from the outside after I tried to put it in. I tried plugging my monitor in here and I got nothing.
Picture C shows my "new" graphics card from the inside. It was very tough to get in as there was no little lever that I've seen in instructional videos, and it didn't seem to want to fit. In fact, I'm worried I won't be able to get it out.
Right now the "new" graphics card is still in my computer (doing nothing), but I'm still plugged into the old one.
Can anyone help me get this set up properly?
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Well after much screwing around with my second computer system I have concluded that the GeForce 7200GS I bought a year ago is dying. So I'm looking to replace it.
I don't need anything spectacular, I don't even use the computer. Just let me roommate use it and the most demanding thing she does is play some WoW.
Looking to spend no more than $50.00. Its going in a PCIe slot. And I would prefer something with a fan. Not big on passive cooling, at least with the case its in. Not the best airflow. I don't need dual monitor out or TV out or anything fancy.
the PSU I have is a 500w Antec.
right now I'm kinda eying this card:
MSI N94GT-MD512 GeForce 9400 GT 512MB 128-bit GDDR2 PCI Express x16 HDCP Ready Video Card - Retail
Any thoughts for ppl who know more than me??
thx in advance
You could also look at the older 8600GT. It will net you marginally better performance than the 9400GT.
Another consideration could be the Radeon HD 4650.
this is my first post...and first of all just wanted to say hello, and this is a pretty awesome site.
I recently bought a laptop (HP Pavilion DV 1000) for college. It has a Mobile Intel Extreme Graphics 2 Card. I bought this computer knowing that i would not be able to play a lot of new games such as Counter Strike Source which i played a lot on my home computer. Now i am regretting this decision and am trying to figure out if it is possible to change my graphics card. The thing is it is integrated with my mother board and according to HP its not possible to change this. But i figure there is prolly some way to change the graphics card and was wondering if you guys knew how to do this?
thanks in advance for any help....
Check the motherboard and see if it has a AGP slot. Way of knowing this is that it will be the first slot(closest to CPU) and it will be positioned farther to the right than the other slots. IF your computer has one you can turn off the integrated video in your BIOS and install that one.
Just a quick query this is about Win7, and the way it handles installs.
I currently have an nVidia 6600 APG video card, I am replacing it with a
HIS Radeon HD 4670 PCIe card.
So I believe the steps should be like normal
1. reboot system to safe mode.
2. un-install nVidia drivers and software. (should this include Nvidia physix
software I beieve it installed with a game ?)
3. power down PC
4. remove old card
5. install new card
6. reboot PC to safe mode
7. Install drivers from CD. (here is the first question, with Win7 do you skip this
step and let it find/install drivers from internet?)
8. reboot PC normal
9. Have fun
Second question, will this cause Win7 to ask to be re-activated?
I think that covers it, feel free to add steps if neccessary.
why do you need to boot into safe mode? Also, you won't be able to install that card's driver in safe mode.
uninstall anything that says nvidia in the control panel (if physx is listed, then uninstall. if not, it is coupled with the driver). power off, remove card, insert new card. power on, install new drivers from the manufacterer's website (This is not a windows driver install). Windows will normally select an older, trusted version of the driver. If you want the latest, most updated version, see below V
According to your specs, this is what you need to download: http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloa...n_win7-32.aspx
ps. now have fun
hello, I am a gamer and I was wondering what is the best graphics card to upgrade from my old GT 545. This is my exact PC model right here: HEREI was thinking of getting the EVGA GTX 1050ti but can someone confirm it is compatible and if so can I get better high-end GPU without having to replace any other components? (I would prefer Nvidia)
Also I'm very new to computers and was wondering what the different brands of Nvidia cards such as EVGA, Windforce, Gigabite, MSI, Zotac etc are. Do they improve performance? What should I pick as my own graphics card?Read other 1 answers
So I've had an Acer v5 522p for just over a year now, and within the past 2 months, the wifi has gone from bad, to horrible, and yesterday, to non-existant. I've done what every other thread on this board, and other boards have said: reinstalling drivers, disabling bluetooth, disabling the power management on the wifi adapter, and I even did a factory reset. Nothing. So, I'm now looking to either buy a USB wifi adapter, or preferably just get a new wifi adapater card and replace the Atheros AR5BWB222. But, I have no idea whether the motherboard has a whitelist on replacing wifi cards or not, any thoughts? Thanks!
Hi,Sorry for the Wifi Issue, Yes the Wifi Card in this model is replacable,. Wifi Mini Card,. You could get the same from nearby Computer stores, I would go for USB receiver as its simple to use. Cheers.Read other 4 answers
How do I change the card in my desktop PC? I have uninstalled the AMD card, removed the driver and removed the card so my PC is just using the onboard Intel graphics but when I try to put in my old GeForce 430GT card the PC just gives me three long beeps and 3 short beeps over and over. It wont respond to me holding down the esc or del keys while booting (they both work fine without the GeForce in the slot) People have suggested I need to change something in the BIOS first to disable the Intel graphics but I cannot see anything in there relating to that. I admit to being rather stupid in assuming that a new PC with newer graphics card with 2Gb RAM must be better than my ancient 1Gb GeForce but that seems to be the case :-( If there is a problem with using this particular card then suggestions for what would work better are welcome. Thanks in advance.Read other answers
Slow internet then none. Had comcast hard wire my computer (they stated my wifi card went bad) but would still like to make sure computer is capable of wifi should it become necessary.
Hi: The easiest thing to do would be to purchase an external usb wireless network adapter. This is the one I use on 3 of my HP business desktop PC's that are running W10. It is dual band as well, so it works on both the 2.4 GHz and 5.0 Ghz wireless bands. https://www.amazon.com/Linksys-Dual-Band-Wireless-N-Adapter-AE3000/dp/B007ZLGXA8Read other 1 answers
First I'm using a eMachines W2686 with an Athlon AMD 2600 processor. Windows XP OS and 512 mb of Ram. As of late the kids choises in video games are requiring a "better" video card. Right now I have a S3 Graphics ProSavage DDR card with 32 mb of memory. The newest video game says "that ain't enough". Would a ATI Radeon 8500 do the trick? If so whats the best way to do a uninstall and a install? I also have a ATI Rage Fury Maxx card laying doing nothing. Would it work or not, is it better than what I have? Is it compatable with the XP OS? Thanks.
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Hi I get a hp envy 17 j130ea and the laptop is amazing but the video card is not so good, for now is fine but in the very future i'll need to replace it or to replace the entire laptop.The laptop is nice and I enjoy it and I am thinking if is any way for me to replace just the Video Card on this laptop . THank you!
Hello, As per the specs of the unit in the link below, There is a dedicated NVDIA graphics card on the machine apart from onboard graphics. If the screen resolution is still not satisfactory try updating Intel and NVIDI drivers, also try windows update. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04089399#AbT0Read other 2 answers
real quick: i posted a thread about my troubles with my current video card and ive decided to start looking for a new one. i dont need anything bigger than 32 mb since its an older computer. i looked up my computer's specs online and the previous video card was an 8 MB nVidia Riva TNT Vanta. im looking up video cards online and there's agp, pci, ATI and NVIDIA (the last two i know are brands, duh). i heard that the difference between agp and pci has something to do with the slots in the mobo so if the previous card was agp does the new card i buy also have to be agp? can you guys recommend a cheap 16 or 32mb card to replace my moribund nVidia? thanks for all of your help.
PIII 650 Mhz
384 Mb RAM
8 MB nVidia Riva TNT Vanta
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I have purchased a new graphics card. I downloaded the new driver to my computer with the old graphics card in place. After installing the new card, i have no computer screen image (black screen). Some forums suggested updating my BIOS. I have an IPIEL-LA3 motherboard with the American Megatrend 5.03 4/28/2009 BIOS. I tried downloading a newer version but can only access the file through HP Support if I say I am using Vista operating system, and then it won't let me update to the 5.05 version saying "Your system does not meet the minimum requiements for this update. Update has been cancelled. (9998)" I believe my system originally had Vista. Soon after buying it, I switched to Win7 and more recently to Win10. The graphics card I am trying to install is a 1024 MB DDR3 GeForce 8400 GS. Help!Read other answers
hi, hope someone can help.hp media center w/xp. after original video card stopped working,I used secondary vga connector to get signal back to moniter while waiting for new card to arrive.I had to download drivers for the onboard graphics to work.I installed new card and can not get a signal to moniter with new card, but can thru secondary connector.I set primary video display to pci e in bios, and still can not get new card to work. any help would be great.thanks.
Does the new card show in device manager ?Click + at display adapters. any yellow marking?
My Laptop is Lenovo G580 i5 2.5GZ without graphic card
There is showing dedecated video memory is 64mp
One of my fav. game is not playing, I'm not sure what is the problem
Please confirm me If I can get graphic card or video card for the laptop
Are you sure your Lenovo G580 i5 2.5GZ does have a Graphic Card called GeForce® GT 635M ? My friend use to own one but with graphic card. please check it again.
Why you didn't ask before you buy it? BTW, what kind of game are you play?
Are these the same thing? I have an old Dell (as you can see), but I like it. I was told that I could improve its performance by adding a video card. When I look them up, I see pictures of odd-looking devices that in no way resemble a "card." I can only find 2 that will work with this computer. Does that seem right?
"Video Card" and "Graphics Card" are the same thing.
There are 4 different versions of the 745. A "minitower", a desktop, a Small Form Factor and an ultra small form factor. Which one do you have? It makes a difference for a video (graphics) card.
The minitower will take a PCIe type video card. With the small power supply that can limit you (if this is the model you have). The others versions are even further restrictive as they will require "low profile" type cards.
I have a laptop INSPIRON E1705 with a WLAN card (p/n DW 1390) installed. I would like to replace it with a WiFi/Bluetooth combo card so I can have Bluetooth capability. What is the recommended card to buy that is compatible with Windows 10?
Given that there will be no antenna inside the system for bluetooth, you're better off with one of these:
So I've got all these pink/purple/magenta lines running all over my screen.. possibly because I've disabled my graphics card.
I'm assuming my card failed last night because after my whole system froze (It froze with thin blue and red lines going all over the place) I did a hard reboot. After that the computer would continuously reboot itself until I put it into safe mode and disabled the graphics card.
When I enable it the system shuts down, then restarts with it disabled.
If I do get a new card how on earth do I go about replacing it? And how do I figure out what is compatible with my pc?
Here are my specs:
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS
Computer Model: HP Pavilion a1130n
now from dxdiag
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600)
System Manufacturer: HP Pavillion 061
System Model: PX769AA-ABA a1130n
BIOS: Phoenix - Award BIOS v6.00PG
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3500+, MMX, 3DNow, ~2.2GHz
Memory: 1022 RAM
DirectX Version: Direct X 9.0c
I don't know what information I'm supposed to provide you guys with, so I just put down what I thought might be required. If I am missing anything, or any info about how the card failed please say something.
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Looking for instructions as to how to replace a wireless card in the toshiba satellite T135D-1325. Tried all other options, but card is not working - doesn't show up on device manager. I want to buy card and replace it myself.
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