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First the easiest way is to try to update the VGA (Display) Drivers automatically from internet. Right Click My
Computer and go to Properties - then Device Manager. Look for VGA
Display Adapters (Drivers) in the list. Right Click the Display Adaptor
and Choose update Drivers automatically. This will update the Drivers
automatically from windows update and install the latest compatible
drivers (if available).
Vaio SZ-360P is compatible with Windows Vista. Hence, there is a great
possibility the VGA Drivers for Vista would work. So, download the Vista Drivers and try them. Good Luck! Hope this helps! CreativeTECH
I've search about that chip video card of your motherboard, I don't it has a software driver for windows 7, maybe it's not supported yet to run for windows 7. I have a link here but for only Intel 852/855GM/865G/845G/910G/915G Graphics Driver 14.9 Windows 2000/XP. www.Intel852GM.com/vga And supposed to be for the windows. All you have to do is buy a new VGA that support for windows 7, at least now many kind of VGA card available. Hope this might give you some ideas.
it depends on what os you are installing if you are installing windows xp, all pre 2000 graphics card dont usualy need drivers in windows xp, if its not asking for drivers you maybe have to install them manualy *DRIVERLINK* (winxp):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/xp/legacy-xp.html *DRIVERLINK* (win2k):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/2k/legacy-2k.html *DRIVERLINK*(win98):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/98me/legacy-98me.html
These are the last drivers made by ati for that graphics card
1) What video card or "On Board" video adapter are you using?
2) Why did you have to 'unintall" it, and what do you mean by "uninstall"?
3) What were the symptoms?
4) Did the file need unzipping? and did you do so? Note: Unzip the file to the same folder that you downloaded the file to..
5) When you reinstalled the driver, did it find the new one? or did it only find the Standard VGA Adapter?
Try this - RIGHT click on My Computer - select Properties - select Hardware - select Device Manager - select Display Adapters - Click on the video card listing (is there only one?) - select Driver - select Update Driver. When asked for a location Browse to where you have placed the Unxzipped files. These should then be used to Update your video driver rather than the standard VGA drivers.
The standard VGA adapter comes automatically with the OS. You can try one thing...Go to device manager, find the entry for the Radeon card, and delete it. Next, shut down the PC and then restart the machine. The OS will automatically find and install the appropriate driver.