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I used to have right graphics/display driver ,but recently i do not know where the hell it went ,after that all the display lot clarity

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It might be easier just to restore the computer to when you had the right driver. Or right click my computer - properties - hardware and see with video card that you have installed and download the driver for the card from the manufactors web site, NVIDA.com or MSI.com as the need may be.

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To test if you are getting a good video signal, use another monitor. If you have an output, then the problem rests with your display and not your computer.

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Please do the following

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you are absolutely right this happen due to not installed proper graphic driver of your monitor.
plz update the driver or reinstall it from your motherboard cd.
ok
bye
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