Where can i find info on my graphics card?

  muscic lover 16:59 29 Jun 2004

I am using windows Me,

Where can i find out on my system what graphics card i have?
I have a feeling it may be integrated with my motherboard, how can i tell???


Rob 'scratching my head'!

  VoG II 17:03 29 Jun 2004

Belarc Advisor will tell you click here

  muscic lover 23:52 29 Jun 2004

is there a way to do this in windows itself??? someway of looking in settings? if so how? thanks.....

  VoG II 23:58 29 Jun 2004

Belarc Advisor didn't work?

  Tribal-Wolf 00:24 30 Jun 2004

If you plug your monitor in near the top of your pc (tower system) then its built in. If you plug it in at the bottom around alot of similar looking slots it probs is seperate.

  Smegs 00:26 30 Jun 2004

The way to tell if it's intergrated is take the side off the pc, and have a look. Follow the lead from monitor and have a look where it goes. If it's not into a PCI/AGP slot/card then it's on-board.

  muscic lover 01:59 30 Jun 2004

tried Belark..... gave me system crashes galore!!!!!!!

Guess my configuration is so different!!!!!!

But thanks for trying!

  Dan the Confused 02:14 30 Jun 2004

Right click 'My Computer' select properties and then click the device manager tab. Left click the '+' next to display adapters. This will give the name of the graphics card (the driver it uses anyway). Type it into Google or post it on this forum for more info.

  Dan the Confused 02:15 30 Jun 2004


  hugh-265156 02:53 30 Jun 2004

everest is a great wee tool for info on just about anything you ever wanted to know about your system. click here download, install and click 'computer/summary' and look at the info listed for motherboard, chipset and display adapters. things highlighted in blue are links to the manufacturers of all your hardware to get more info and drivers and updates etc.

  hugh-265156 02:57 30 Jun 2004

ps. if you dont want to install any software but know the make and model of your computer just look up its specs on the manufacturers website maybe. everest will probally tell you more than the manufacturers website will though :-)

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