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Your problem is beginning to bug ME!
Did you install the motherboard drivers when you reinstalled the operating system? This is the only thing that I can think of that may need doing from your description (you didn't mention doing this).
If not, try doing that. If you don't have your disk, try a Google search with the following string:
(Brand Name) (Model Number) +driver
This should bring up some sites that list your motherboard drivers.
Another way would be to use Windows Update and choose Custom (instead of Express) Install and select all the Drivers and Optional elements (as well as any Priority elements).
I think I have already asked this - Is there only 1 Video Adapter listed in Device Manager? If not, Disable the one that you don't want to use.
As regards viruses, I recommend using AVG Free - it is a good antivirus program that updates Definitions daily - and best of all, it is free! You will still need to do a full System scan at least once a month to catch any viruses that slipped through before the Definitions were updated though (same as for any antivirus program).
Let me know how you go.
Posted on May 12, 2008
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If your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers
could be on it
Click start control panel administrive tools computer
management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see
a yellow question exclamation mark ?
mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers
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