Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM
Quote: Originally Posted by computernewb
It says my graphics driver is current.
It says it`s current because it`s current for the system you now have installed. Will you be wiping XP out ? You should create another partition and install Windows 7 on that until you`re sure you`re happy with it. No sense wiping out what you have......yet. Is that all the ram the motherboard supports ? You should max it out b4 you install. All you need is an AGP video card with at least 512 MB memory. It does have an AGP slot doesn`t it ?
Post a snip of disk management now, so we can advise you.
I'll probably wipe XP out, wouldn't having 2 OS's cause it to be slower? I'll definitely take your advice and create win 7 on a second partition first to make sure though.
Motherboard can hold 2 GB ram whereas I only have 1 GB right now, I'll upgrade first.
Yes it has an AGP slot, I'll buy a video card for it.
"snip of disk management" ......not sure what you mean by that, I went to the disk management and it said basic, NTFS, healthy, 115GB with 70GB free