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If you are able to open up the case, you could identify what video card you have by looking at the video card's chipset. If it's an onboard video card, this is found on the motherboard.

If you don't, you could open up a command prompt and try:
    You'll then see -
    Enter d c000:0040 and press enter. If that doesn't work try d c000:00F0
and it should display what your video card is (Note: this does not work for all video cards)

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last modified: 2002-07-22 15:33:14