Yes, it is true. I have see so many blue screens on a brand new PC server with Windows 2008 Server R2. The hardware including following items: Intel i5 2500 CPU 1TB SATA2 Hard Disk ASUS P8P67 R3 mother board Corsair DDR3 Memory 4GBX2 ASUS HD5450 512M Video card. etc. I installed Windows Server 2008
I bought the HD 2600 AGP card last week. I tried many time to install it on my old computer. All failed. I can not even make the PC boot. Later, I found one six pin socket on the end of video card. I don’t know what it is and I can not find any
I have an desktop about two years old with ATI 9200 video card which is almost 4 years old. I replaced the fan of this video card in 2005. Now I would like to buy a new video card with High-definition(HD) play capacity. Because the computer is equipped by AGP slot, the products are limited.
Microsoft release its December update as it does every month. My wife’s computer is Compaq Presario SR1520NX. I update it as usual. This time it has one hardware drive update for video driver. The chipset of this PC is SIS 760. After update all critical and hardware updates, I reboot the computer. The screen resolution
If you bought a computer last month or you want to buy some one as a Christmas gift to your boy, it must be a Windows Vista Ready PC. It may has an integrated graphics card, can run Microsoft Office smoothly, and may be OK for some small 2D games. Do you think it can
I bought the ATI 9200 video card in May 2004. This card began to make noise after one year use. It is send to the retailer to clean and the noise from fan is lower. In the early of this month, the noise is so big. I decided to replace the fan on the video