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You need to give more information on your system to get the driver. The manufacturer's site is a starting place. Go to the Device Manager (Control Panel, Hardware, then Device Manager). Expand the line display adapter - that will give you the type of chipset/card that you need to look for on the appropriate site.
Alternatively, right click on any part of your display that doesn't have an icon or open window. The properties link will let you change the resolution and such. You will need to look at the advanced settings for the adapter and the driver properties. (This will include the manufacturer of the card).
However, most of the cards have the chipset from either Nvidia or ATI but the card has another manufacturer's name on them. In that case, you may want to check that particular site for any drivers.
I hope this helps.
(if your video is only provided by the motherboard, the above device manager directions will give you that information. However, if any driver updates exist, you will need to look for the motherboard site instead.)
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
You need to post the computer, posting what operating system you have does not help.
The drivers go by your motherboard and OS not just by the OS.
Your computer is Not a XP PRO SP3, this is an operating system not a computer.
A computer is a DELL, HP, or a REAL computer with a ASUS motherboard.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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