New Graphics Card got rid of old Intergrated Display Drivers :(
Recently bought an ATI Graphics Card that didn't help much. It's CD got rid of my Integrated Display Drivers, since I recieved this computer after my aunt died I have no Idea how to get the Driver back so I can return the card.
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the drivers might not be installed correctly you might have to uninstall the graphics card restart your computer then reinstall the graphics card and its drivers
If your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers if you need more help with this post a reply hope this helps
The term "multimedia driver" encompasses a wide range of drivers, including those for sound cards, graphics cards,
TV tuners, video capture cards, and modems. This may seem a bit
overwhelming, but fortunately the driver installation process for each
of these cards is standard on most operating systems.
Insert the driver CD that was included with your multimedia
card. The CD auto-play feature will begin the installation procedure.
If you do not have a driver CD, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, proceed
to step 4.
Download the current drivers for your multimedia card from the manufacturer's website (examples: Nvidia
homepage, ATI homepage, Sound Blaster homepage). Save the driver to
your desktop for easy access. The driver download page can commonly be
found in the support section of the website.
Double-click the driver installation file to begin the installation process.
Read the license agreement and select "OK" to proceed. This will begin the installation process.
your computer once the driver installation is complete. Not every
driver requires a restart. You will be prompted by the program to
restart, if it is necessary.
Sorry, but if it has intergrated video as you say then video card is NOT upgradable, simply because it does not have a card (It is intergrated into motherboard). That unit can take up to 4GB of ram 2GBX2 DDR2 PC25300 200pin SODIMM $56.00@ crucial.com. It is able to share an dditional 256mb of memory from system for a total of 512mb memory on video. With a little research u should also be able to upgrade the cpu.
Hope this helps good luck,
Check you plug to see if one of the pins are bent over and also pull the video card and reseat in the computer sometime it only takes a little bump to make them move if it is not that then its the video card seeing that you already upgraded your software
Hi, The problem sounds to me like you need to access the bios and make sure the AGP is enabled. If this is enabled then you may need to go to the manufacturers site and download the drivers for your board and operating system. With a P3 you should have no trouble running XP so if you are not using this already then perhaps you need to upgrade as XP has a very good set of drivers built in and will run most video cards and sound cards