I recently bought a laptop for my younger daughter's use, and on advice from her sister (who knows a bit about computers) she said to make sure it had a seperate graphics card? My daughter likes to play games. This was a couple of months ago.
Anyway D visited and looked at the sister's laptop and apparently it doesn't have the graphics card I was told it has.
The receipt says that it was a 'Geforce 8400' and she says that it is some kind of Chipset (?) I can't remember the name. So I am worried and want to check. How do I find out what card I have inside the computer?
Also could anyone possibly advise, if this is the wrong type of card from what I ordered, will I be able to get it changed? Problem being I checked the contract and it says that problems and wrong specifications must be reported in a week of purchase - which has now passed.
Should have have the chipset. Laptops do not separate graphics card 'cause of size. If you go to systems, device manager then hardware. Right Click on display adapters and it would say GeForce 8400. I'm pretty sure about that. Hope that's clear
What graphics system does it have after following brundle's and rickf's advice ? If not as your order specifies, do what Clapton says..take it back. They cannot get out of their obligations. Wjo did you buy it from ?