Can integrated video card cause trouble updates?

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I have a HP 533w computer installed with Intel Celeron which runs on 2.0 GHz. Contrary to the documentation, updating the processor to Intel Pentium 4 that runs on 2.4 GHz didn’t work. The monitor was blank and no single message was displayed at any time. However, the Intel Pentium 4 that runs on 2.0 GHz worked perfectly. I am wondering if this problem might be caused by the integrated video card that is currently being used. Anyone out there with an idea how to solve this please feel free to inform me.

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Can integrated video card cause trouble updates?

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I highly suspect that the integrated video card driver is the one causing the problem, and that is because of the effect it is bringing about. The monitor going blank and no single message being displayed, that shows that the video card is not compatible with the system that you are using and therefore you will need to resolve that.

You will need to get a video card from HP, or a clone that can work on any computer and use it, for the intel video card  may be designed to work on intel machines only. But if you have ever used the video card on a HP machine before then you might want to check and confirm that you have inserted it well.

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