New graphic card Tags: Configuration Graphics Cards Microsoft Customization Windows XP Last response: December 31, 2004 7:26 PM in Windows XP Share Anonymous a b U Graphics card December 31, 2004 8:13:01 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize (More info?) I'm planing to change my currentley graphic card into a new one, in elder computers, I have to set the default settings but how to do in the XP Home edition? More about : graphic card Anonymous a b U Graphics card December 31, 2004 7:26:45 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize (More info?) Start/control panel/display/settings tab/advanced this should give you access to just about every setting you would want to change, and for managing driver etc. New graphic card Wrote: > I'm planing to change my currentley graphic card into a new one, in > elder > computers, I have to set the default settings but how to do in the XP > Home > edition? -- Paul Webster Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNew High-End Graphic Card - NVidia GTX 980 Forum SolvedNew GTX 770 graphic card can I use it? Forum SolvedCan this motherboard support new PSU, RAM and Graphic card? Forum SolvedNew Case, PSU and Graphic Card Recommendations Forum SolvedAMD or NVIDIA Graphic Card for WoW new expansion Forum Solvedmy new graphic card burned Forum SolvedNew graphic card needed Forum Solvednew computer but old graphic card Forum Solvedbuying i5 with new motherboard or buying graphic card - nvidia gtx 760 geforce Forum SolvedNeed new graphic card. Forum SolvedNew Graphic card Forum SolvedHow to buy a new Graphic Card! Forum SolvedNew graphic card Forum SolvedNew gaming graphic card Forum SolvedI need to buy New Graphic Card Around 12000 Indian Rupees Forum Solvedhelp me choose a new graphic card Forum SolvedNeed new graphic card Forum SolvedLooking to buy a new graphic card Forum SolvedNew Graphic Card's(AMD/Ati R7 240 1gb DDR5 with boost)fan starts and stops Forum SolvedNew build, Tight budget. Spend on overclocking capability or on better graphic card ? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !