Graphics card. You only have Intel's on-board graphics. My laptop has an Intel/Nvidia setup. It uses Intel for the usual stuff, like displaying Windows or LInux (I use both), and Nvidia for the graphics in games. Still crappy, since it's a laptop. No option for me to upgrade.
In your case, it looks to me that you're not on a laptop. So installing a graphics card wouldn't be impossible, and would help you as long as it isn't too old.
Installing a graphics card in a system that already has on-board graphics is easy. The only trick might be figuring out which port to have your monitor hooked to the first time you start up after installing it. Sometimes, you have to setup the new one while still using the on-board video to see what you're doing. Other times, you can plug in the card, hook up your monitor to the new card's port, boot up and forget about on-board. I usually just hook up to the new one, and if Windows doesn't figure it out I switch to the on-board long enough to get drivers installed and working. Or use 2 monitors, if an extra one is available.
ok.. Do you have any idea of what I could get to replace a Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family? I googled it but I'm getting 0 straight answers... most people who have the same card has a laptop... I don't... I have a desktop.
BTW I have 10G ram installed, and I can add another 2 later if it's necessary.