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Try to goto the mother board web site..from there u can download driver easily...

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This might indicate a hardware problem with the video adapter, or a faulty video driver.

Try reinstalling the video card drivers by doing the following:

1. Download Driver Cleaner Pro or Driver Sweeper (both have free versions; make sure the version will work with your OS) to your desktop screen and install.

2. Download the latest diver(s) for your video card but don't install them.

3. Uninstall your video card drivers and reboot your PC into Safe Mode. Run Driver Cleaner Pro or Driver Sweeper but ONLY for the video card drivers. I had someone use it on their chipset drivers! If it doesn't find any video card drivers that is quite okay.

4. Reboot and install new video card drivers.

Oct 11, 2013 | Alienware PC Systems Area-51 750i PC...

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How To Remove The Video Card Driver


It's much simpler to remove the video card driver under Windows XP than under Windows 98. Click on Start, then click on Control Panel. Double-click on the Add/Remove Programs icon. Scroll through the list of programs installed on the computer and click on the current video card drivers. Highlighting an entry on this window brings up a Change/Remove button for the entry like the example shown below. If an NVIDIA video card is being removed then the entry would be named something like "NVIDIA Display Driver".

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Remove the video card driver and restart the computer.When the computer boots back to the desktop, the colors and the display probably look very different than they did before. That's because the computer is now using the standard VGA adapter, which is very basic. Let GoBack settle down.

For replacing an NVIDIA based video card like I did, read the Driver Cleaner ReadMe file and follow the steps. There are not many steps and the step are not difficult, but there's no point in repeating them here. On the other hand, I found the text shown below from the Driver Cleaner help file quite helpful, so I've mentioned it here to make sure you see it. Execute Driver Cleaner to remove any remaining remnants of the NVIDIA video card drivers. The steps for Driver Cleaner require that the computer be restarted in "Safe Mode". See my How to Start a Windows XP-Based Computer in Safe Mode page if you're not sure how to do that.




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For replacing an ATI based video card, execute CATALYST Uninstaller (cat-uninstaller.exe). Follow the prompts and restart the computer when prompted.

With the appropriate driver cleaner utitlity complete, now is a fine to use the System Configuration Utility (msconfig) to change startup such that the computer no longer restarts in Safe Mode.

If you're upgrading from an integrated graphics chipset, meaning a chipset built-into the motherboard, so that there is currently no video card in your computer then it's worth noting that some motherboards require a simple BIOS change in order for the installed video card to be recognized. Consult the documentation that came with your motherboard or computer for more information.





























on Jun 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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INSTALLING A VIDEO CARD


Before getting started
  1. Difficulty of installing computer video card should be a 2 out of 5.
  2. Write down important information from the top or bottom of the card such as the Model Number, Serial Number and specifications.
  3. Ensure you are familiar with ESD and its potential dangers.
  4. When physically installing the video card, ensure the computer is powered down and unplugged.
  5. Finally, verify that the computer has an available AGP slot and/or PCI slot for the video card. If you are planning on taking out your previous video card to install the new video card ensure that the slot will be compatible with your video card. Some computer cases have a proprietary AGP slot causing only certain video cards to be compatible with the computer.
Set Jumpers
While today most Video Cards are configured or setup through either software or through Plug-n-Play, if your Video Card has jumpers verify that the jumpers are properly set. The jumpers generally determine the IRQ resource settings.
Additional information about resource settings can be found on our resource page.
Install into Expansion slot
Today, Video cards are capable of connecting into a PCI or AGP slot. Locate an available slot within the computer and gently push the card into the slot until it snaps and holds place. Once the card is in the slot, place a screw into the top of the card to hold the card into position.
Additional information about the computer bus or expansion slots can be found on ourcomputer hardware bus page.
BIOS setup
Once the Video Card has been successfully physically installed into the computer, place the case back onto the computer and connect the keyboard, monitor and power to the computer (we recommend that you do not connect all the cables yet, if problems are experienced you may have to disconnect all the cables again).
If your computer has an on-board video card, determine if the Video card can be disabled through BIOS. Turn the computer back on and as it begins booting, enter BIOS setup. If this option is not present in BIOS we recommend your review documentCH000193.
Additional help and information about the BIOS can be found on our BIOS page.
Software setup
After the card has been installed, your video card should have included software drivers for your operating system.
If the video card did not include drivers or the drivers appear not to work, you can find a listing of drivers on our video card driver page.

on Mar 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I install Windows 7 on my computer and I get 8 bits of video that I have had xp and when that had 96Mb


Hi, what has happened is when you installed the Win 7, it hasn't recognized your Video card, what you need to do, is obtain a driver that is suitable for Win 7. You need to go to the manufacturers website of you Video card,or PC, and find the driver and download and install. If it is an ATI card go to the ATI website and download the latest driver for your video card, if NVIDIA then the same applies here, BOTH of those sites would have a suitable driver, IF the card is supported under Win 7.
Many Video cards are NOT suitable NOR supported, in this case you either have to use the "Generic" drivers Win 7 supplies, or change you Video card if possible.
I have a feeling that your PC will NOT be suitable for Win 7. However I include the link for your drivers. Please go to this website below and download your Video Drivers and see how you go.
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/migr-50535.html

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I have window service pack 3 and my display is not very good so i think my monitor doesn`t work properly so i have started installation of monitor but below massage is displayed``video card driver not...


First of all you have to remove the video card drivers which you have already installed.Restart your and again install the video card drivers.and restart your PC again.

If the problem persists, then,you have to find appropriate drivers of the video card, and install them

If you need any further assistance please feel free to contact me again.

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Jun 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I just downloaded hunting unlimited 2009 sys_no_graphics problem


This is from the ValuSOft site. Looks like your video card does not mee the requirments for the game. You will need to upgrade the video card.

If your video card does fully support the necessary requirements, as listed on the box,
you may need to update your video card drivers.

You should update your video card drivers from the video card manufacturer's web site
and not the computer manufacturer's Website (IE Dell, HP etc)
Common Video card manufacturers are...
ATI's Home Page
nVidia's Home Page
Intel's Home Page

If you need assistance determining your current video card and manufacturer
please visit the following link. This link will guide you in determining your
current hardware and drivers.

Locate Video card model and drivers link
Applies to Versions: This article applies to
Hunting Unlimited 2009 All Versions Patch Download: None Article Last Updated: 12/26/2008 9:27:09 AM

Feb 12, 2010 | HP Compaq Presario SR2150NX PC Desktop

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I cant find the lcd driver


RIGHT CLICK YOUR DESKTOP BACKGROUND.
choose PROPERTIES, SETTINGS
on left side at bottom there is a small rectangular dialogue box which allows you to select 16 bit, 32 bit, 256 colors, etc. choose 32-bit. REBOOT
also if you have an OFFBOARD VIDEO card you have to go to MFR website to download video card driver and resintall it. it is probably using default since there is no driver loaded for the video card.

If ONBOARD video you have to go to MOBO MFR and download CHIPSET drivers. download EVEREST HOME EDITION (last free version) 321 and RUN it. it will identify all chipset & mfr

Apr 26, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Acer Aspire 5920


Thanks. Driver Provider is Intel Coporation, that means the manufacturer's driver for your video card isn't installed yet. Here's what you can do. If your video card is built-in, you need to run the setup CD for your motherboard and install the Video Driver. Alternate solution is click on Update Driver let is search the net for the udpated driver.

Are you using built-in Video Card or a separate Video Card? What is the brand of your computer?

Jul 28, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Resolution


You will need to update your video card driver.
Here are common driver download pages.
nvidia video cards
ATI video cards
matrox video cards
s3 video cards

Jul 20, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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