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You don't say what error messages or behavior you are getting, so I'm just going to guess that it's a graphics card problem...since you say "video memory is at 0" it's our only clue.

Some computers have both a high powered graphics card and a built in, but lower power, integrated graphics function.  If this is the case, you will need to turn off the integrated graphics and tell the computer to use the AMD graphics card.  You do this in the system BIOS, the software that loads before Windows does.  Enter the BIOS setup screen by hitting DEL as your computer is booting up.

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You don't say what error messages or behavior you are getting, so I'm just going to guess that it's a graphics card problem...since you say "video memory is at 0" it's our only clue.

Some computers have both a high powered graphics card and a built in, but lower power, integrated graphics function.  If this is the case, you will need to turn off the integrated graphics and tell the computer to use the AMD graphics card.  You do this in the system BIOS, the software that loads before Windows does.  Enter the BIOS setup screen by hitting DEL as your computer is booting up.

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