T&L stands for "Transform & Lighting" T&L is a video technology that takes all the 3D information that used to be handled by the computer processor and gives it to the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit). This enables for a more complex 3D environment by adding a higher polygon count and improving the lighting and at the same time it allows the computer processor to handle other tasks. For more info, see here: http://www.nvidia.com/object/transform_lighting.html
Add on hardware is a component that you add to make the system function. Most video adapters in computers are on-board, which mean they are built in to the mother board. If the Video adapter goes out then you can add a video card to the pci slot. This would be an add on video card.
if you mean hardware... you got video card, sound card, network card, motherboard, coolant fans, Ram, hdd, CD drive,
i presume you mean drivers in the computer sense? if so Drivers are software which runs hardware within the computer. Such as Audio card drivers, video drivers,....
It means to physically detach or unplug the cable to a piece of hardware such as a removable hard drive or a printer. It could also mean to remove something that is inside your PC. Like removing a video card or some RAM.
The video card is not working or the display is not connected.
I'm not quite so sure what you mean. But if you are wanting to see information about your video card on windows XP, simply go to start, then control panel, Then click on system, then click on device manager under the hardware tab. I hope this comes in handy for you.
component or computer
I would screw it into your case if you mean that type of support. Support also mean be "able to handle"... drivers for the correct video card would help you there.
The person posting the question is probably referring to "hardware". Hardware is comprised of the physical parts of the computer - the motherboard, the wires connecting things, the hard drive, the video card, the monitor, the keyboard, the mouse, etc. This is in contrast to the software - which is not tangible. Software is the programs and other operating information used by a computer. It is stored on the hardware of the computer - generally by magnetic means.
This depends on what you mean by faking the video card. You cannot fake one if you have none installed at all. However, you can trick software into thinking you have a video card other than what is installed. When monochrome displays were common, some software required CGA monitors. Some monochrome adapters were Hercules compatible, but the software was not. However, there were programs you could install to allow CGA compatible software to run on Hecules monochrome compatible hardware. Another thing that can be done in some cases is to fake a different model of video card. That often requires editing the ROM instructions in the video card and flashing them back to the card. This is risky and may also violate license agreements in some cases, but performance can sometimes be gained this way.
The area of which the hardware lies when its being rated on its performance and power. Example: Hardware like Graphics cards: the NVidia GT 240m Card is less powerful than a NVidia GT 555m Card. The NVidia GT240m is a low end card and the NVidia GT 555m is a higher end card.
What is hardware vandalism
I assume you mean drivers. To update a video card drive you must visit the cards manufacturer website.To Find Out Your Video Card:On Windows 7 or Vista:1. Search and Open RUN2. Type dxdiag and Enter3. Open the Display Tab.4. It will tell you your video card's name.
If you mean the external speakers they are for playing sounds, i.e. music, sound from video or alerts from the operating system. If you mean the internal speaker it is for alerting the user of more critical problems, i.e. a missing component (processor, graphics card), overheating or some sort of hardware failiure.
ATI is not necessarily a computer term, but rather a brand-name of video card.
just a description of a video card or something. I take it to mean that your vga connection is capable of 15 frames per second, or FPS
Usually a no signal message means that the video card is not detecting the monitor. An easy way to fix this is to download the latest drivers for your video card and it should detect the monitor.
It is different hardware, a different chipset. You'll have to buy a PCI card to get the USB 2.0. The software you need is in SP1 at Windows Update, but only if you have the hardware. You can get a combo card with USB 2.0 and Firewire on one card. CompUSA or Circuit City are the cheapest.
IP stands for Internet Protocol, IP video is video digitized and formatted to be sent over a network such as a home network, business network or Internet. Some IP video source have their own web server or a web page that can be opened to view the video, others need specific hardware or software.
AGP is an older video card specification that had a higher bus speed than the PCI spec.
I'm assuming that you mean Hardware, and hardware is the physical equipment in a computer.
Hardware of other company ,not of the same company
it a bell it a bell
You mean concerning
A hardware malfunction will mean that the hardware needs to be replaced or repaired. There are many businesses that will make these repairs for you.