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You mean you cant install your display drivers for your motherboards built in Graphics chip.
You can download a free piece of software called CPUID, this tells you lots of details including your motherboards make and model http://www.cpuid.com/downloads/cpu-z/1.55-setup-en.exe Once you have got this information, either look for your driver, or post back with your details and I will find it for you
The drivers for the integrated video controller is on the CD that came with the motherboard, but that is most likely not the problem. Most newer hi-res games require much more sophisticated graphic chips than are normally used on motherboards. It may require hardware support for shading and other calculation-intensive operations that would require an add-in video card designed specifically for those purposes. Many also require a minumum of 256MB (or more) of video memory. You should check the documentation that came with the game to find out exactly what its video requirements are.
If that isn't the case, report back with the exact error message you are getting.