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Let me know which operating system you have, and I can help you find out. The information is in different places, depending on your version of Windows.
Quote from: Voltaire on May 18, 2012, 01:40:58 PMLet me know which operating system you have, and I can help you find out. The information is in different places, depending on your version of Windows.taken that we're talking a windows pc, the easiest way to find out would be to run dxdiag via start -> run -> type "dxdiag" and hit enter (XP) or start -> type "dxdiag" into the searchbox and run the exe that pops up as a result (vista, 7)it gives a window with pretty much everything performance related, and on the 2nd tab (display) it gives info on both the graphics card itself aswell as the current drivers installed.
[...]start -> type "dxdiag" into the searchbox and run the exe that pops up as a result (vista, 7) [...]
There is no "Run" option from the start menu. The closest is "Search programs and files" at the very bottom
ok so you're playing on intel integrated chipsets.so you're suspicion was sort of right, you don't have a graphics card in common sense, but a graphics chip.with WAY OUTDATED drivers; almost 2 years old, timestamped august 2010if I am not mistaken, this should be the most recent drivers for your setup:http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=20601&keyword=%22g45%22&lang=engplease doublecheck this before installing, I'm not that familiar with intel graphics accelerators, therefore can't say for sure if this is itEDIT: I recommend you give the automatic detection a try to make sure you get the correct one http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect?iid=dc_iduu