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Use the following process:

Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> System -> Device adapters -> Display adapters. Click on that and your video card (I will assume you only have one) will be displayed.
 

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Re Hi, new here, I have a stupid Question....

Thank you!!! ^^

Now I know what I have-- its a "intel(r) 810 chipset GDriver PV 2.1"

Is that very good? Or is it one of the lower quality ones?
 

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Re: Re Hi, new here, I have a stupid Question....

Originally posted by SiamLinio
Thank you!!! ^^

Now I know what I have-- its a "intel(r) 810 chipset GDriver PV 2.1"

Is that very good? Or is it one of the lower quality ones?
It is one of the economy class things.I mean to say its a video card integrated on the motherboard.
But dont worry,works quite decently.I also have this one.:)

*edit* beaten by enigma and Ryos.:mad:
 
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