Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
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Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Take a look here:
It says, for example, your video is "Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3100". So go to http://www.intel.com . Find the downloads section (in the Work submenu for American users) , find graphics, laptop .. and realize the X3100 isn't there. It's probably a 965 chip -- try downloading those drivers.
Welcome to frustration. HP won't tell you exactly what your hardware is.
Two suggestions: Clicking Start, and then typing devmgmt.msc in the box at the bottom may tell you what your hardware is, exactly, so you can search for the right drivers.
Another idea: Go to http://www.radarsync.com and see if that free software can find drivers for you. RadarSync is far from perfect, but it may help.
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