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Originally Posted by vsolank1 Can you let me know how to check which video card I have, so that I can also try to install the latest driver. The easiest ...
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    Re: similar Problem


    Quote Originally Posted by vsolank1
    Can you let me know how to check which video card I have, so that I can also try to install the latest driver.
    The easiest way is to physically look at the card. If the Video is on board, check the manufacturers website for information.

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    hmm can your monitor support it?

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    The "lspci" command should tell you what card you have.

    Frank

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