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Old May 02, 2012, 01:37 PM
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Default How to Free Up Space on Your Graphics Card

Upgrading your video card might be exactly what you ought to breathe new lease of life in to a mature computer. With the most recent games and os's relying so heavily upon graphical user interfaces, these bits of computer software can definitely decelerate a mature graphics card. Graphical memory isn't saved to a card since it is by using other forms of digital information, so if you wish to accelerate your pc, the only method to include more space is to obtain a stronger graphics card. You are able to change your personal graphics card within an hour or so.

Uninstall the present video drivers. In the Windows operating-system, right-click on "My Computer, " click "Properties, " then "Hardware. " Underneath the hardware menu, chose "Device Manager. " Locate the name of one's current graphics card from the list. Click the card, and choose "uninstall. " This can take away the current video drivers so they don't conflict with those you will install. Open the computer case. Utilizing a non-magnetic Phillips screwdriver and an anti-static grounding strap, unscrew the case screws that contain the lid to your body of the case. These screws are on the right back of the case and you will see six to 10 of these to get rid of. Take away the current graphics card. Lay the case on its side. Locate the graphics card. It is possible to identify it by the port on the rear, which is the one which connects to your monitor. Unscrew the a couple of set screws that contain the card in position on the rear of the case. Lift the card straight out, ensuring to not rock it backwards and forwards an excessive amount of, or you can crack the card. Install the brand new card. Take away the card from its static-free plastic bag. Gently press the card into the slot where in fact the previous card was located until it clicks in position. Replace the screws that mount the card to the computer case and put the case right back on the pc chassis, replacing the case screws. Install the brand new card drivers. Utilizing the CD/DVD that included your graphics card, insert the disk to the computer. When the disk is running, choose "ignore" when Windows asks one to run the install wizard. Install the drivers utilizing the wizard on the disk alternatively.


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