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click start control panel administation tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters if you see a yellow question / exclamation mark or a red X a new driver will need to be intalled right click to update driver
Go here, http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/default.page?
Choose the Use Quick Path tab (top right)
Put in 7298CTO and continueOn the following screen you will be able to choose your Audio and Video(VGA) drivers to download and install. If this helps, please give a positive rating.
if not. open your desktop cassing and see for your chipset manufacture and model nomber for example
go to website link below ClickHere *( you must do sign up(free) first to download driver from this website )*
Then browse for driver you need. like you mean is vga driver, browse driver vga chipset based manufacturing and model number. or you can find automatically by typing chipset model no under your selected manufacture page.
1) go to www.devicedoctor.com 2) Download and install the device doctor software 3) Once installed open it up and click scan, it will then scan your PC for the best driver 4) Download the driver (entitled VGA driver) and install 5) Restart and see if this cured the issue
Find out what type of Nvidia graphics card it is, then goto the nvidia site and download the installer from them. The installer usually supports multiple families/models of cards. But yes, you need to download the installer for Win XP pro. You can do it manually, or have it automatically scan for the hardware and download the correct driver automatically.
Here's a link to the automatic --> http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Scan.aspx?lang=en-us
Hi, You can download the drivers for your PC from this link: Click here Here you will find a drop-down menu from which you can select Audio for sound drivers and Video for VGA drivers. Hope this helps...
Hello...maybe you can go to the control panel and use the "add new hardware" function and see if your windows support your screen...than you can use pnp or manual installation....you can select from a list... and in some cases it is better with a "generic" driver than none at all...i use my screen as pnp and it isn't.pnp ..under xp...works ok...don't forget to have your windows cd at hand ..yo may need it...plase tell me how it went...good luck...Ron