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Incompatibility of VGA

(A) My system is slow whenever I was working in any aplication program and do the scrolling.

(B) The display graphic is blunt and slow in motion whenever I was playing the video

The cause of the problem is that, I have lost my board installation driver and the VGA installed on my system is not compatible.

My qestion now is that; how can I get the compatibility downloadable driver online for my board.
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