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My Princeton VL1919 is working but the picture is blurry. Is there a driver I need to download? Or another fix? Thank you!

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Did "Guest" (06/25/10) ever get a solution? I'm having the same problem. The graphics card is:
RAGE 128 PRO UltraGL AGP

Driver (per Device Mgr.) is "Plug & Play"

Should I update the graphics card or try to find a VL1919-compatible driver? From where?

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