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I could be a bit naive here If not, is there an alternative that I can do to get the Aero and Flip3D effects?
Support for Graphics Drivers for Intel® G Graphics and Memory
Once the BIOS screen comes up you should see instructions on how to navigate through the different screens. I want run aero effects. Windows Vista IT Pro. Such issues intep folders, AERO, toolbars, etc. I think Intel does not provide support for graphics driver for G.
Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Intel® 82865G Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)
Note When you adjust the screen refresh rate, refer to the video card documentation and the monitor documentation to make sure that the setting is supported by the computer hardware. Click Start, type personalization in the Start Search box, and then click Personalization in the Programs list.
Or, visit the Web site of the hardware manufacturer. To view the memory that inetl video card uses, follow these steps: Thursday, June 26, 6: To view the CPU speed on the computer, follow these steps: When you first start the system, you should see a afp screen that will something similar to “To enter setup press XX now.
Make sure that the computer meets the requirements to turn on the Windows Aero feature.
Under Personalize appearance and sounds, click Display Settings. Under View basic information about your computer, see the Windows edition section for the Windows Vista version that you currently use.
That’s exactly what i wanted to know. Friday, June 27, 1: Under View basic information about your computer, see the System section for the installed RAM information. Thanks for the reply. The computer must be running one of the following versions of Windows Vista: To do this, follow these steps: Is there a way I can boost it? If it’s possible, 8265g option settings will be in the BIOS.
Office Office Exchange Server. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Click the Monitor tab, make sure that the value that is selected in the Screen refresh rate list is larger than 10 Hz, and then click OK.
The chipset on my system is Intel G. Thought of posting it here, just so if someone comes up with the same question. If this post helps to resolve your issue, click the Mark as Answer button at the top of this message. Sign in to vote. Windows Vista Desktop UI https: