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Matsonic MB MS8157E No onboard video; works with PCI card tho'

Tried to find a driver for the onboard video but haven't so far - 2 days now. Can you help?

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Hi MikeinSoCa,
You can give the Vid. driver found here: http://www.video-drivers.com/drivers/182/182122.htm a try.
Let us know how it goes?

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