Video Support for NT4.0

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jh_mckinley

New Member
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Help!
I recently bought a used PC - I got no software with it - The video card is built in to the motherboard and I have no idea how to tell what brand it is. The system came with a fat32 version of Win95 but no disk. The video worked fine. Since then I installed NT 4.0, the video works but I am using the wrong driver. Now I only get 16 colors, no 256 or higher. The monitor that I'm using is a Compaq 1024.
My question is: "is there a site with information on how to determine what video card I have and/or drivers that I need" and "a step by step guide on installing the driver and trouble shooting the video system" ?
 
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MoodyBlue

New Member
#2
Could somebody help this guy out. He's been waiting a long time for an answer.
 
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Anitdaisu

Guest
#3
There is virtually no place on the chassis to display the model # of the machine? If there is . .i would suggest checking out compaq's website. and see if they still have support for that machien

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Anitdaisu

Guest
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hehehe. I wouldn't blame him

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my specs:
AMD T-BIRD 750MHz
256MB RAM
IBM 46 GB 7200 RPM
SAMSUNG 2GB
SONY CD ROM 48X
PANASONIC 8X4X32
REALTEK 10/100 ETHERNET
SOUND BLASTER LIVE VALUE
DIAMOND VIPER 770
300W SUPPLY
CAMBRIDGE FPS 1000
17 " GEMSTAR
PROMISE TECHNOLOGY ULTRA 66 CARD
ABIT KT7
WINDOWS 2000 W/ SP 1