It seems that the graphics card has been on the blink for a couple of years and finally yesterday the strain caught up with it, as no signal went through to any monitors or through any cable. I'm almost 100% certain that the problem is that the graphics card needs renewing, however after opening up the casing and spending many hours looking into the unit as one very confused individual, I still cannot identify let alone begin to remove any part to get at the graphics card. My questions are the following: How do I identify the graphic card? which graphics card am I looking to buy as a replacement? I would appreciate any response that helps me overcome this problem. Kind regards.
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You don't have a graphics card, the video is integrated into the motherboard, and the only expansion port is "mini PCI" which you can't fit any graphics cards into that I know of. Unfortunately I think you are SOL on this unless you want to replace the whole motherboard.