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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by MUDHOLE, Dec 31, 2012.

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    MUDHOLE Thread Starter

    Dec 31, 2012
    I'm lacking in computer language skills but, here goes. at first when i watched a video it was "jerky and I was unable to follow the dialog due to the audio jerking along with the video. Then I when I tried to change my screen saver to a different one (I never down load a screen saver from the i-net. I always use the one that is part of my original windows installation. ). I get this message that now replaced my screensaver that says, "The screensaver can't run because it requires a newer video card or one that is compatible with Direct3D." When I tried to download a driver upgrade??? I get a note on my screen that says, "Your download has been DownTangoed, Click "Previous" button to return to browsing. - - - I suppose the "PREVIOUS BUTTON" is the backspace arrow on google chrome. That's the one I have been using.
    I went to "Download TSG SysInfo" and I got the same message as above (DownTangoed).
    My system as best that I can come up with is HP Presario C500 (RZ341UA#ABA)
    Processor: Intel (R) Celeron (R) M CPU 520 @ 1.60gz
    Memory: (RAM) 1.50 GB
    System Type: 32 Bit Operating System
    Windows Activation
    Product ID 89572-OEM-7332166-00021
    Windows Vista Home Basic
    Service Pack 2
    I have attempted everything that I could think of and have probable not done myself a lot of good in so doing. My system has slowed down to a walk from a run.
    Do I need a new video card? or what??
    I'll take what ever advice you have and that with a hearty THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!
    I don't know what a "Tag" is.
    Lost in Deming.
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