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I cant find a video driver for my monitor

I have just rebooted my computer and when i turned it on the screen resolution was aufull, and the monitor was set to default monitor also the audio driver was missing but i got that back through downloading it through the internet but i cant seem to find a vga compatible driver for my gnr ts700 monitor

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Its probably not the monitor thats the problem but the graphics card, try setting up the graphics card in the same way you did for the sound card.

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