116 - How to Install Video Card

Install into Expansion slot. Video cards connect to the PCIE slot. Locate an available slot within the computer and gently push the card into the slot until it snaps into place. Additional interfaces can be installed in extra PCIE expansion slots. Typically an video interface is built-in to most modern motherboards.

Built In

Every new computer and motherboard you buy nowadays has a built in video port known as VGA port. If you want to add more monitor or make a dual or multi monitor then you need to add/upgrade and install or configure your video card.

How to Install Video Card

01 • Prepare and check your video card before installation

02 • Hold the video card and slide in the module and push the PCI video card slowly into an empty expansion slot

03 • Using your screw driver, reinsert the screw and secure the video card into place

04 • Now were done with video card installation

Install the device driver for the video card.

Your computer should sense the new adapter when it starts up and display the Installing Device Driver pop-up above your taskbar. When the process is complete, a pop-up appears stating that your hardware driver is installed and ready to use.

Windows will detect that you have installed a new hardware. In most cases it will install the drivers automatically. If not, you need to install the drivers manually from the CD supplied with the video card.

Lost your CD? You can search from the internet and download the video driver. Check the name and model of your video card then start using google.

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