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Can't find onboard display driver. gf8200a v.1

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Hello you can try this driver:

http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/GRAPHICS-BOARD/NVIDIA/ECS-GF8200A-V1-0-Nvidia-MCP78-VGA-Driver-17516-for-XP.shtml

This is for xp.

Good luck

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