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Video card in Windows Vista


skorch41
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Ok.. I dont know where to post this but.. if this is in the wrong place then please move it.. fanks!

When I'm on Windows XP, my Graphics Card is 128MB... When I installed Windows Vista, it changed to 224MB.. does this mean that it has been overclocked??? just curious.... :unsure:

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Actually, I've seen this problem before. It is a problem because the amount of video ramm Vista thinks you have simply isn't there when Vista calls upon it. The reason it thinks you have it is because it incorrectly identified your video card with one that has a set amount of memory and another set amount stolen from the system memory A.K.A. Turbo Cache. The resolution is to install a newer video card driver but if you have an older card, you'll need a modified .inf to even install it.

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