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Cant set up video driver

After insatlling xp the device manager shoved me 4 conflicts- audio driver, video driver, modem driver and cd rom driver. 3 of them had no problem installing to my computer but video driver just wont install--

The video drivers do not install to my computer anymore. as i don´t have any more the original drivers cd (i have probably lost it) i downloaded drivers from fujitsu-siemens homepage and tried to install them but the error message said "try to setup your display adapter with a standard VGA driver before running the setup". Hope you can help.
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Mark.

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    need vedio driver

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    no way the link doesnt work

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The message you are getting is the literal answer to your problem. Here i s the easy way to set it up:
1. Restart your PC and Press F8 before the windows logo comes out
2. Pressing F8 will allows you to boot from safemode but you will also have the option to go to some selections/ options
3. Select Enable VGA and hit enter
4. allow your PC to boot in windows and after booting install your downloaded driver.

If after installation your OS asks for restart restart your PC.

Keep me posted.

Hope this Helps.

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