Category: VGA card
Manufacturer: Not Specified
Caution Level: intermediate
Download File Size: 164MB
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Specified / Not Specified
This component has the provision and support of a standard VGA display. It comes with the monitor INF file that comes with the system. This file is an association of the Windows operating system of the year 95. The Video Graphics Array is comes and can be found in any modern computer. It was an introduction of the IBM company and was adopted by most computer makers since then. It was supersede by XGA and with time by many numerous different extensions that were dedicated to VGA, this extensions are made by clone manufacturers and are known as Super VGA. VGA is known an array that was changed from adapter due to the implementation of the single chip known as ASIC. It has replaced the old 6845and the chips that covered the ISA. The single chip has made it possible to place VGA cables directly to the Computers mother board.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
VGA has several specifications that include video RAM that is of 256 KB, 256 or 16 color system. Color pallet of the value 262, 144, selectable 28.322 MHz master clock or 25.175 MHz. It is required to have pixels of 800 horizontal and 600 lines. A refresh rate of as high as 70 Hz is required and a smoothing scrolling hard ware is also needed. A barel shifter, raster ops and split screen is also required. The current VGA has the capability of supporting alpha numerical modes, graphical modes and standard modes. These modes include the 640 x 350 that is required in 16 colors, 640 x 480 also in 16 colors. The VGA has a clock frequency of 25.175 and an active video of 27.5. it is quite simple to use but expert advice is advised and essential to have an installation manual if one chooses to do it on its own. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Standard VGA 640x480 errors before installing any driver updates.