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Video card hi i downloaded some updated drivers for my ledtek Geforce Ti4200, 128 MB 8 AGP VIVO video card {old i know} now applications like nero and media player only show a purple screen when i play a video . should i be deleating or rolling back these drivers before i try again i am reasonably sure i got the right driver but may have used an incorrect driver update in my first attempt the computer screen is functioning and my boy can play games on it. I would be greatful of any help cheers marcus

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Well first of all you have to have the correct driver.
you should not have to delete or roll back but to be sure remove it from the device manager and then reboot let windows detect it when it starts back up and then point to the correct file to update when it asks.

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