Solved rm expert 3000 stopped detecting graphics card completly

December 5, 2012 at 00:59:21
Specs: Windows XP
i turned my rm expert 3000 on this morning and got a message on the monitor saying no signal input so i changed the port the built in monitor goes in on the back of back of the pc which gave me my display back but all the icons were much bigger so i sorted that via the resolution settings in display in the control panel now when i try to play games it says i have no graphics card installed all the games worked fine before changing the monitor port i dont no what graphics card is in there but im sure it would be the stock one as it was just a cheap refurb pc is there anyway to detect it again please?
edit:- my model number is D915gux

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December 5, 2012 at 03:51:58
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U need this driver installed, this is for Windows XP Professional

The video card is better than intergrated, so expect games to not running well. Very old games will have no trouble running using onboard video.

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December 5, 2012 at 04:17:04
hi kuwese thank you very much for your help that does seem to have sfixed my problem in part the pc does now recognise a video card in there but the games that i used to play now say that the video card doesnt meet recomended spec but before the problem i didnt have a problem playing them the games are quite old its the age of empires number 3 series do i need to update the drivers or anything? im very new to this so sorry if thats a obvious thing

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December 5, 2012 at 04:25:46
You will probably need to replace the failed graphics card in order to restore the machine to a game-ready condition. That motherboard appears to have a PCIe X16 slot so you should have no difficulty getting a new graphics card. Open the case and remove the dead card. post back with details of this.

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December 5, 2012 at 04:30:15
hi richard thanks for the advice like i say im very new to this so ill see what i can learn about installing a graphics card on this machine and post back my results thanks again

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