Originally Posted by Atomic Rooster
'twas my pleasure to help.
Oh, one more thing. It says the GIGABYTE HD 2400XT is "Certified for Windows Vista". What that means is it was tested to be compatible with Vista.
Thx. Good to know what that means now.
With my mobo d945gtp which has an 80GB internal HD and an external 120GB HD and 2GB of RAM and these being windows 7 min HW requirements
"This means that Windows 7, planned for the end of 2009 according to Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer, will be designed to run on hardware from 2007. This means that a computer with a 1-GHz 32-, or 64-bit (x64) processor, 1 GB of system memory, at least a DirectX 10 graphics card, if not even DirectX 9, with over 128MB of graphics memory, and a 40 GB hard drive will be more than enough to power Windows 7."
Is my video card the only thing I need to change?