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(NT) Card

ME does not recognise my graphic card and is
stuck in 16 colors so most progs will not run
how can i identify make and model of card
using dell 2500 inspiron laptop
Thanks

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Head to dell.com

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Let me comment that the make of the chipset for laptops rarely is what you need to know. I just head to the laptop's maker's web site if the restore or driver CD has gone missing.

In closing, Windows, even in Microsoft's latest offering rarely has your drivers.

Bob

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Hi

In reply to: Head to dell.com

Thanks Bob
Dell site worked a treat could i be a bit cheeky
and ask you how i get rid of the password box
i do not put a password in but it still keeps
coming back
Thanks

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That can be easy to solve (if someone tells you).

In reply to: Hi

Here's the quick method I use.

1. Delete the .PWL files in C:\Windows.
2. Set the login type to WINDOWS in the Network Control Panel.
3. Reboot, enter a name but do not touch the password box or click cancel. Click Ok for the last time.

Bob

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