and if this helps.. when i do go the the run command *dxdiag* under displays everything says N/A, on the drivers section it says VGA.dll . My friend also told me another method about clicking properties on your desktop and click on the tab settings.. under display it should say your video card but mine only says [default computer] on. . . and thanks for reading this hope you guys can help
a family member of mine acidentally deleted the display driver on my computer and so i can't do a few things i use to be able to do.. i know that i have to go to my video cards website and download the driver from here but the problem is that i can't find out what video card my computer is using
- I am running on Windows XP
- I have used the run command *dxdiag* , *msconfig * and when i do try to find the video card from there it says N/A.
Is there any other way that i can find out what video card my computer is using