Color graphics problems

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My Windows XP color is set on 24 bits. Is there anyway to upgrade to 32 bits, or do I need to get a new graphics card. I am running EXTREMELY slow even though I am on DSL. Any thoughts?
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I didn't even know 24 bits existed, it's usually 16 or 32...
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Sometimes there is a 24 bit option too. Anyway it really does depend on graphics card on what options you will have. Also even though you have DSL it is possible that everything runs slow if your computer is slow. Decreasing to 16 bit would actually probably help the performance of your computer more if that is your problem, as 24 or 32 bit would use more resources.

Anyway, do you know the specs of your computer? What processor are you using and how fast in mhz or ghz? How much ram does your computer have? What graphics card do you have and how much memory does it have? Those are the 3 major things that would affect the performance of your computer.
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that would be the graphics, mine used to be at 16bit, 24bit. but i bought a girlfriend fx 5200 128mb. now it runs at 32bit, it could be ur graphics card drivers, or simply how old ur comp is?

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