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Updated driver problem.

Ive installed the updated driver of my VGA that nvidia recommended me to use but after rebooting my display settings becomes 640x400 resolution and 4-bit color quality, and graphics is so bad. im using a sparkle geforce8500gt 512ram..

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  • supermanmm19 Feb 06, 2009

    i want vga driver

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Well you should probably roll back that driver to the previous version. Doesn't sound like it gave you the correct new driver for the card or it wouldn't be messing up like that.

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