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Maybe it is no the driver. Try to adjust the resolution of your screen. Right click on your desktop > Properties > Settings tab, then adjust the resolution to 1024 x 768 then apply it. If you really need the driver, go to device manager and, look for Display Adapter, right click on the video card and click on Update Driver. Let it search online for the updated driver.
here is the link to the windows xp video driver for the A51 thinkcentre. http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=lenovo&lndocid=MIGR-68782 If you need a driver for vista or another operating system click on the "downloads and drivers " link on the left, and at the top of the list if lets you change the operating system your getting drivers for . Then just scroll down the list until you see the viseo driver . download it to your desktop and install.
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