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Intel Integrated Graphics 82865G Help

Q: Intel Integrated Graphics 82865G Help

Well, I just installed the RC of Windows 7 yesterday, I quad-booted it with XP, 98 (its gangster), and Ubuntu. I am already running into some problems.

I have a Dell Optiplex GX270, which has an Intel Integrated Graphics 82865G graphics card. When I got everything set up, I went to change the resolution, and it was stuck at 640x480, and I couldn't change it. I have tried countless drivers, but nothing has helped. Anybody have any help?

By the way, I used Vista for like a day or two, and my graphics card worked fine, but I went back to XP, so I don't really know about how it works on Vista.

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A: Intel Integrated Graphics 82865G Help

Tried loads of suggestions with no luck then read this simple solution on a blog.

Went to BIOS on start up and adjusted Video card buffer from 1MB to 8MB, very painless. Gave me back all the configurations for screen display and resolution etc. Oh what joy!!

PS I have Dell Dimension 3000/82865G GFX/ Dell E173Fpc monitor.

Hope it works for you
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A:need a intel(R) 82865G graphics controller

Have you tried here?
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hi every body
i've just installed windows 7 ultimate edition and everything is ok exept my video card!

it's read as standard vga driver and bad resolution

i searched for the driver and downloaded several versions and all say
"this operating sysytem is not supported"


my PC is dell desktop optiplex gx270 with graphics card "intel driver 82865G graphics controller"

can anyone help me finding a driver for this vga card????

thank u

A:intel driver 82865G graphics controller

Quote: Originally Posted by k7rata121

hi every body
i've just installed windows 7 ultimate edition and everything is ok exept my video card!

it's read as standard vga driver and bad resolution

i searched for the driver and downloaded several versions and all say
"this operating sysytem is not supported"


my PC is dell desktop optiplex gx270 with graphics card "intel driver 82865G graphics controller"

can anyone help me finding a driver for this vga card????

thank u

Its a lot more than just a vga. you can get a driver from Intel here Intel? 82865G Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH) - Intel? 82865G Graphics Controller support
Let us know if you need help installing it

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A:Fps trouble Intel 82865g graphics control

i think your problem is your graphics chip. that card is having a hard time. integrated cards always sucked when it came to gaming. so i would suggest finding a new graphics card for your pc if you want to play games like those. the computer itself may be too old in terms of what slots it has. so you may need to scrap it and get a new one, or find a video card that will fit and give you the performance boost you need, and use that for a while.
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A:Is intel 82865g graphics controller good for gaming?

Woooooohhhh, that's some old tech lol.

Can't imagine you would be getting awfully good frame rates with something like that. However, it should be alright to record using fraps, just give it a go (fraps is free) and see if it works.
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A:NVIDIA GeForce 5500 FX-vs-Intel Integrated Graphics... please make intel go away!

Hmm that didn't happen to me when I put mines in. Did you install the NVIDIA drivers? Try disabling the onboard in the device manager. That?s what I did. There doesn?t seem to be an option to turn it off in the bios (my bios) maybe there is for you however. It isn?t too complicated. Just simply look for onboard graphics or integrated graphics controller or w/e and select disable, but first try disabling it in the device manager. It should be listed under display adapters -> properties -> disable this device.

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A:"Intel 82865G Graphics Controller" doesn't work ??

It is a driver issue. I suggest that you download the driver from HP website, remove the existed driver and install the new downloaded driver.
HP Compaq dc5000 Small Form Factor PC - Download drivers and software - HP Business Support Center

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I would like to play some games, but I don't know if I can with this graphic card? I want to upgrade the video card in order to play games such as modern warfare 2, gta IV, or test drive. What graphic card do you suggest to me, without upgrading the power supply?Click to expand...

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A:Allocate more RAM to Intel integrated graphics?

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It seems to be worse from here.

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What pc have you got???
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Go here.

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A:disabling Intel integrated graphics card 82845 G

Try contacting HP about it.

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A:I disabled intel integrated graphics, asus laptop win 8.1

Welcome to the forum!

Yea, on these laptops disabling the Intel GPU is not wise as it also controls the discrete GPU.

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A:Intel(R) 82865G Update Issues

Good Afternoon Norreb01, sometimes these kinds of problems need to be addressed by removing all traces of the previous driver.
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It can only handle a pci video card which would be better than onboard but I doubt it would be great for much gaming though.
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Quote: Originally Posted by basitr846

Hi, I am Abdul Basit from Pakistan,
I recently bought a new Pentium 4 PC (about 6 months ago) from now, and it had Windows XP SP2 installed, A cousin of mine suggested me to install Windows 7, because it's faster than Vista and XP, Therefore I did a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit by formatting my C:\ drive;
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You can go here.
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There just isn't enough RAM for both Vista and SkyRim together, especially as Vista is particularly heavy on RAM usage compared to other Windows versions.

So the Intel graphics chip is the primary weak spot, with installed RAM being the second weak spot.

You can add more RAM of course, but you're stuck with the Intel chip.
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A:help with Integrated graphics

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A:Help with integrated graphics

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A:Integrated graphics......mb or cpu?

Quote: Originally Posted by pulpwood007

I've always used a MB with built in graphics as I only use my computer for internet and business applications. I've never noticed a problem. I'm thinking about a new build and wondering if the cpu's with the integrated graphics such as the AMD A6-6400K would be a step up over the mb's with built in graphics?

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Normally this is a pretty basic upgrade.It has been my experience ,that it is wise to switch your VGA drivers to Standard windows VGA drvers first and reboot .Then Shut down ,install your card . When you start up again go direct to your CMOS setup and disable onboard graphics and then save exit.
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Please read your installation guide in case there is any issues to be aware of , and if there is any procedure I did not mention.
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A:is it better to have integrated graphics on with gaming?

Hello sogone209,

Short answer, nope.

Long answer:-

Your integrated graphics card would actually reduce your performance by using up system RAM from your system that it'd have to permanently reserve for its own functionality.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Oldo

Hi there,
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Video Memory Virtualization - A Brief Guide

This should possibly be able to explain. Beyond that, I'm not entirely sure.

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Using software to "increase" your memory isn't really ever a good idea. The way I look at it is the companys designing such software are just trying to rip off those of us that dont know any better just like companys that sell "pop-up blockers" or send you messages using Messenger Service asking you to buy software to stop the same messages they themselves are sending.

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