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Video is not displaying it asks to install vga compatible drivers

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Hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend if the video asks to install compatible drivers. it means that the driver installed dont work with the video card. to solve this install the video driver cd package with your video card.and reboot you pc after.the software driver will automatically updates your video to high and fine resolution.so try to do it. thats all friend good lcuk hope i helped you.

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