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09-Jan-2010, 03:57 PM #1
Solved: Video Card location?
Hi folks,
On a Windows 7 system, where do I go to locate the version of video card?
Having webcam issues and have to know if it will support the cam.
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09-Jan-2010, 05:14 PM #2
Right Click on "My Computer" and select "Manage" from the pop up menu.

Wait for the Computer Management screen to open and click on "Device Manager" in the left hand pane.

Expand the "Display Adapter" listing in the right pane by clicking the "+" sign next to it.

This will display the name and model number of the adapter. Double click on it if you need more details like the driver version.
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