Here's the AWARD BIOS for you msi
(Micro Star International)
ms 6524 mainboard/motherboard. It comas as an executable .EXE file. Upgrading/reinstalling your motherboard BIOS may solve your VGA "driver" problem, but drivers are
really the province of MSDOS/Windows - motherboards know nothing of drivers, and simply provide a BIOS to interface between the operating system drivers (the OS can be Linux,
or MS windows, or anything).
To get the VGA driver for your MSwindows
system, access your C:\Windows\drivers directory where you should find the file "vga.sys," which is the generic VGA driver for MSwindows
. This driver will be referenced in the installation file Oemsetup
.inf, which you will find in the C:\WINDOWS\inf directory - its ASCII, so you can open it up and read it with "notepad," or your favorite editor.
Use this link to determine which Video driver windows is actually using
when it boots (WinXP only):
Use this link to FORCE windows to use the default VGA driver
even when running an unsupported monitor (which I suspect could be the problem