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GRAPHIC CARD NOT RESPONDING PROPERLY

I INSTALLED ASUS MOTHERBOARD RECENTLY.I CAN NOT GET PICTURE RESOLUTION CLEARLY IN POWER POINT OR WORD ALL GRAPHICS IN SUCH PROGRAMMES ARE DISTORTED

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Hiya rabindoo,

Are you using the onboard graphics or have you installed a different graphics card in one of the PCI slots?

Either way, most problems (in my limited experience) like yours are solved by updating the grapics adapter driver. Go to the ASUS site (or the site of your graphics card, if you installed one) and look for downloads in the support section. Most sites have a search engine where you can plunk in your system information which makes the task of finding the correct, latest driver a lot easier.

Save the file to your desktop and run it from there. It should update after you reboot your system.

Hope this helps.

Regards, redqew




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