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Identify the type of hardware you are using is the first step when troubleshooting computer problems. The purpose of these pages is to help you identify the type of video card you are using.

Quite often all video cards and related parts have labels embedded into microchips soldered into the actual device. These series of microchips help identify the type of video card, the amount and type of memory installed, and what type of BIOS chip is used to control functions of the card.

However, it's becomes difficult at times when this information is missing or incomplete.

   
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