Question about Toshiba VGA Board Graphic Card
I recently upgraded from Windows Vista Home Basic to Windows Vista Home Premium, but when I try to change the screen resolution, it wont let me. I noticed that the video card was not installing correctly: Standard VGA Graphics Adapter, so I tried uninstalling it via Control panel/ System and Maintenance/ System, brought up system properties and went to the hardware tab and then device manager. I uninstalled it and rebooted but it stated Device driver software was not successfully installed
Standard VGA Graphics Adapter Failed
You need to install the drivers for the graphics card that you have. Search for the drivers on toshibas website.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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