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Increase vram in bios lenove g560 increase it form 64 to 128 or 512

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SOURCE: wel originally my operating system was vista

This sounds like you need an updated driver for your graphics chip set.
Try going to the support page for the type of laptop you are using and you should be able to find all of the updated drivers that work for win7.

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