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Old 11-30-2010, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello guys, I have encountered problem with my display card, which is already broken as I know. With my display card attached which is:
Asus GF 8400GS PCIE 256mb DVI/VGA LP
I see just 4bit colors with resolution of 620x460 so i give myself a benefit of the doubt that it could be broken.
As from that part I have removed it, everything is okay. I mean, that now I'm using default video card that goes from my motherboard.

But I encounter one really nasty issue. When I'm browsing website, my window just lag very much, it's like 2fps during one page slide. As far as I remember it shouldn't be like that...

Now I'm thinking about Display card drivers maybe that would help, but I have no idea where to find these, in fact I don't know how my default display card is named.
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Well you need to find who makes the onboard card.. or what brand/model the mother board is.

From there you can then just get them from the company.

You can use gpu-z from Download TechPowerUp GPU-Z v0.4.8 | techPowerUp
or cpuid from CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

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