Question about Computers & Internet
Go to Start / Control Panel / System / Device Manager Tab....
Check if there are any Yellow ? marks if there is it will most likely be under Video as you are probably missing the video drivers.
Find your PC make and model via the documentation you were given when purchased. Go online to manufacturer and do a search for drivers. Or do a google search for "eg. PC Name" drivers
Download the lastest required drivers from the ? marked list in device manager, Save them to your Temp file. (C) Drive / Windows / Temp make a new folder in there called software or programs. When all downloaded, install them.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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