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If your laptop is a Acer then - Download the video and device drivers from the Acer WEB site. Makesure you select the model of your laptop the drivers you that require thatmatches the Windows version that is installed on your laptop. Use this link toget to the Acer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
In this case I would recommend you to follow the below link that will have all the drivers listed for Acer Travel mate 4200 along with the Operating system.
I would suggest you to please install the Chip-set drivers first and then the Video drivers
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there a yellow exclamation mark next to the video controller when you look at it in the control panel device
manager. If so, right click on the affected device and select update
driver software to allow Windows to search and install. Other than that, go to the Acer website and search for the specific VGA Controller driver for your laptop in their service and support pages.
Hello, You may find all support and driver information on the acer's support website. You can follow the link below to reach your download section: Acer drivers If you have already tried these drivers and they still didn't work, you may have to install manually.
Right click the My Computer icon on your desktop or start menu and click properties. Select Hardware and then click device manager. Rightclick on the ethernet device and click the install driver option. WHen the install window pops up, select the option that says install from a list or a specific location and click next. Then check the box next to include this location in your search and browse to the inf file in the drivers folder that you downloaded and extracted from acer's website.
Do the same for the video controller. I tried this previously with another acer laptop and had to manually search in the folder for the inf file and install in this same way.
or if you want english/US you can use this link:
you may have to copy & pase this link to your address bar.
According to the specs on Acer's website that laptop has an Intel 915GM graphics chip. The drivers for which can be downloaded here. So download the drivers and double click to install like any other application. Hopefully that will fix the problem!!