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A question mark in S M Bus controller and video controller

A question mark is shown when i open the device manager in the following driver
S M Bus controller
Video Controller(VGA Compatible)\
i tried downloading them from many websites but none helped.

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I feel you are not having the right drivers,, for the video card,, you try go from device manager,, and from there click on properties,, and then. update driver.. then give path to the relevant drivers... let me know the video card name and details

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