Video Modes Supported : VESA
Refers to any video card that supports the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) BIOS specification, which provides a common interface for video mode initialization and manipulation. Common VESA video modes include 640x400x256, 640x480x256, and 800x600x16. Most modern video chipsets have VESA built into the video card's ROM; for those that don't, a memory-resident program can be run that provides VESA functionality.
VESA is part of the Video Modes Supported category.
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