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I have a sony vaio pcg-9c1l...I just reformatted and now device manager doesnt recognize the video card and I do not have the software to fix

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Figure out what video card you have and download the software from the manufactures website. download EVEREST HOME and install it and it will tell you all the hardware in your computer.

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