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Hi my graphic dosent work correctly by updating my bios ver how to roll back my bios ver

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Distorted lines and colors on pc after installing invida update

Roll back driver.

Right click My Computer > Manage > Device Manager. Choose device. Right click > Properties. Driver tab and Roll Back Driver.

System Restore option.
Start > Search. Type System Restore. Use the wizard by choosing a date prior to the update.

You could also check with Nvidia for previous and correct driver.

Oct 05, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, so I'll start up with me updating the bios on

no, you're correct, a faulty graphics card would not result in that.

Sadly it sounds like you've just turned your motherboard into a paperweight. I hope there was a good reason you needed to flash the BIOS....'cause it seems to not have worked.

Aug 21, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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1440x900 resolution not showing up

Hi look in device manager..

You might need to be logged on as an administrator in order to do this.

Open Device Manager, click Start, and then click Control Panel. Double-click System. On the Hardware tab, click Device Manager.

See if there's a warning triangle next to your Graphics/Video driver. If that's the case, try rolling back/updating the driver. If that fails or you don't have one to roll back - look on the munufacturer's site for the correct drivers for your OS/ Graphics/Video card.

Jun 12, 2012 | Philips 190CW

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In My Intel D85GLLY Mother Boar I put two 512MB 133 bus speed RAM. It is working but graphics only 64 MB shows in XP OS. I want to update it 128 MB. How can I update this? please help me.


Try this...

Go to Bios settings start pc,, press DEL or F2 depending on the brand of your motherboard to enter BIOS setup.

Check your settings concerning Integrated Graphics. some motherboards may allow memory to be extented.

select your graphics settings... see first if it can be extended. if yes. save and exit. restart pc... and voila

Case contrary.... Install windows xp and correct drivers... it may work smoothly..

Good luck

Nov 11, 2010 | Intel D845GLLY Motherboard

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I recently updated my bios of mother board g31-m7te,how to roll back to old bios

Why do you think that you need to roll-back?
Each BIOS-update typically is 95% the "same" as the previous, so it's strange that the "new" 5% could be causing a problem.
What has stopped working?

Did you use the BIOS-update utility to create a 'backup' of the old BIOS? If so, re-flash with that code.

If not, look at the web-site from where you got the updated BIOS;
perhaps, it also offers back-level versions of the BIOS.
Re-flash your BIOS, with the older code.

Oct 05, 2010 | Biostar G31-M7 TE Motherboard

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Alienware M17x - brand new machine. this machine continually locks up related to the video card. error says something to the effect of display driver stopped performing. machine goes black for second,...

normal troubleshooting would be
  1. Flash BIOS to current Ver
  2. Update Video Driver to current Ver
  3. If issues persist, try system with individual RAM modules
  4. Contact Technical Support

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My graphic on board display problem..can i flash bios

Hi cinkaduk,

I can't necessarily determine what is wrong with your graphic's based on the information that you gave, but it never hurts to have current bios and update your drivers on any machine. You can find your HERE. Make sure you enter the correct os and then you'll be on your way.

Good Luck,

and don't forget to leave a rating,



Oct 07, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex 210L PC Desktop

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Wrog BIOS after Live update... MSI K8N Neo v2.0 Series (MS-7030) MS-7030 VER:20C

every bios update program makes a restore point for the previous version just roll back the update

Jul 01, 2009 | MSI Computers & Internet

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