Yes, there is another way. Open up your PC and write down the numbers that are stamped on the Motherboard. Now go to Google and type the numbers into the search box. But it is so much easier to download aida32 as Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË has suggested.
This is really a great software which give you a report what on your PC.
The good thing about this program is that it does not to be installed. Just download, unzip it into a directory and click *.exe file to run it. When you finish, delete whole directory, no trace left.
Once you know your motherboard (chipset) maker and model number then go to manufacture's web site to download.
If your machine is produced by some big box shifters such as dell, you may out of luck because they use their special version of components and I am not sure if they offer drive software for download, you may need to speak their support team.
Usually these are OK for that particular motherboard.
If the clue about your graphics card is that you have just changed it, then you may be having trouble either with its own drivers really being the correct ones for your O/S, or because the Graphics card was once perhaps "onboard."
If previously you have used onboard graphics, you now need to change the BIOS settings to acknowledge this.
I still dwell with the need to change the BIOS when I stop using some onboard facility....... Whichever way it is, it might help you a lot to tell us what you can about your computer and its recent life history.
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