I have motherboard of Intel D915GVW whose VGA chip get short,
Hardware engineer told me that need to replace the motherboard.
I am using the Intel processor 2.67 GHz.
If there is need to replace the motherboard which one is best to compatible with 2.67 Ghz processor
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You have not told us what your motherboard model is. But as the motherboard is a Intel product, you should visit Intel's official website and download all the necessary drivers including the VGA driver for your motherboard model.
You can also look up for driver updates automatically that are installed onto your computer. To use the Intel Driver Update Utility, go to: www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect/. Now click on Check your system for latest Updates and install the System Requirements Labfor Intel when requested.
This will notify you which drivers are to be updated.
You will need to find whose sound chip is used (probably Intel) and you can get this info and tons more with Belarc Advisor, a free utility will give you a detailed description of every piece of hard- and software on your system, along with installed 'fixes.'
Once you know which company produced the chip for specific functions, you can find their website and get needed drivers.
http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/graphics/intel865g sorry, missed the title and motherboard model, late night lol. try this link for drivers, i think it is for your vga chip, if not this page contains an automatic check to make surfe the driver is the correct one.
I recommend you download Belarc Advisor, a free utility that will give you a ton of info on your system, both hard- & software.
The content of that .dll may depend on your system board if you have onboard video although the MicroSoft version should work with any hardware that conforms to standards but may not give you full control.
If you have something peculiar to your motherboard, the driver for your video might have to be downloaded from the maker's website and Belarc will tell you whose video the board is using.