A video card is also well known as a video adapter, graphics card, display card. Video cards mean special expansion cards which are responsible for output images to a display.
If you need to install a video card, we are glad to offer your this article that explains the installation process. Graphics card install takes time and care. Cards are pretty delicate, so don’t bend them by inadvertence. As well, hold cards by their edges not to damage them.
So, turn off and unplug your computer. Find a correct expansion slot for your video card. Install is even more simple if you are changing the cards. In this instance, just place the new card in the slot of the old one. Pull the previous card up and out of the slot to uninstall it. So, the slot must be the correct type. Although it is difficult to mistake, because the card cannot fit into the wrong slot, be care not to confuse the thin memory slots for the video card slot.
Remove the computer case insert that corresponds to the slot on the motherboard. Take a note that some cases are removed by unscrewing, others have punch out inserts. Put your video card in the slot slowly. The shiny metal bracket of the card edge should face toward the back of the computer. You should line up the card bottom notches with the slot ones. Perhaps, it will be necessary to rock the card gently.
After you put the new video card in the slot, push down it carefully to make sure that the motherboard don't sag. It would be better if you place your hand underneath the motherboard to hold it up.
Screw the card into the place. Plug and turn on the computer back, and see whether Windows installs the card.
If Windows doesn't recognise the card or something else goes wrong, make certain that you have placed the card correctly.