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Video Card for Blu-Ray

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by TGMcCallie, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. TGMcCallie

    TGMcCallie Member

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    I have a Pioneer BDR-206DBK burner.
    I have HP Au6542P computer with 8 MB Ram
    I have HP W1907 monitor that says it is HDCP capable with DVi connection.

    My present graphic card is Intel G33/G31 Expess Chipset Family.

    When I try to play BD it says grafic card not capable with HDCP.

    I am going to order a new video card and would like to know which one to buy.
    I want to get the best for the least amount of money that will do the job.

    I am not a gamer but want to play BD movies on my computer.

    I have looked at the Diamond ATI Radeon HD5450.

    Will this work with my computer which has a PCIexpress slot?

    Is there something else that someone would like to reccommend?

    Thanks

    Tom
     
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    Jeffrey_P Regular member

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    You have on board video not a video card. You need to find out what video card developer your motherboard supports, AMD or NVidia. Some motherboards are compatible with both.

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/search/...1&oe=ISO-8859-1&siteurl=forums.afterdawn.com/

    Do a search, it is faster then posting a question on this (any) subject.

    Jeff
     
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