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you need strong test you pc ram driv, and Vga drive, it may be from 3: 1.Ram drive, 2. Vga drive /9500gt/, and 3. operating system. And one way in first, reinstall your vga driver for your operating system, if system see it /vga/ automaticly, 100% install Vga driver from Vga driver disc.
To find video drivers for unknown cards, you have a couple options. If you are comfortable opening the chassis of the computer, you can look on the video card itself for its model number, and then google for that model number. I've always been able to locate drivers in this way. If you are not comfortable going the hardware route, there is an application called System Info for Windows (SIW.) It can be downloaded HERE. Once you install and run the application, you can click on the "Video" node and the model name will be shown on the right (usually in the PCI ID section.) You can then google for the model name and find the driver that way
This should bring up a list of sites from which you can download the driver (check that the operating system matches). Drivers are usually zip files, so (if necessary) unzip the file, then go to Add/Remove Hardware and run the program.
This should fix your problem.
Also, when downloading the driver - save it to your computer and place it in a folder called Downloads in My Computer. Create a backup disk of this file and label it (Brand Name) (Model Number) Driver - and keep it safe somewhere. This way you will have the driver available next time you need to reinstall it.