Posted 25 May 2008 - 06:42 AM
I'm sure this is a stupid question, and trust me, I have tried to find the answer online but can't seem to. I have an HP dv4000 laptop, running Windows XP. How do I find out what type of card I have? I looked under Device Mgr but can't find anything. Is it
labeled as something else, other than "graphics card"?
Could it be that it is not displaying because I had a new harddrive installed? I know after that happened, I had to reinstall the driver for my sound card, so I'm wondering if that is the case here as well.
And one last question, if I have a better sound card in my desktop pc, would that be compatible with a laptop? Can they be swapped out?
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 11:05 PM
I don't think so, The sound card is probably built onboard the motherboard of the laptop
if I have a better sound card in my desktop pc, would that be compatible with a laptop? Can they be swapped out?
The architecture of both, wouldn't allow to interchange from Desktop to laptop
You would be looking more at disabling your onboard sound on the laptop and adding in either a USB or PCMCIA
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