nop, dxdiag gives the info on the card, it doesnt do any testsOriginally posted by 404
1. DX control Panel
type dxdiag on the 'Run' window - this will show you the exact memory
2. You have 3DMark? Look at the system properties
3. At the first boot of your PC, look at Riva's Bios. 32 Meg for shure
OR, get WinCPUID, this will tell you what card you have for this long
If it is graphic card problem it should be point at driver...............Originally posted by Neojag
er, but do u think its a harware program?
Its just that i already did everything i can remember and the computer is still slow! expecially emulators. so i guess its GOTTA be a graphic card problem...