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I no longer have the software required for my video card is there anyway to download the install drivers

I do not have the software anymore because it got broken, but when I put my computer in the shop they deleted the softaware from my hard drive. Is there anyway to download it from the internet or anything?

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Navigate your browser (Internet Explorer, FIrefox, Chrome, etc.) to www.ati.com. Click the link "Drivers and Support," then "Drivers + Download Center" and choose the driver that fits your computer and operating system. (AGP cards will nearly always be listed under x86/32-bit drivers.) Select your card, find its drivers.
Then download the files for your video card to your choice of your computer's folders, and when the downloads are complete, double-click on each to run it, and let the computer install the drivers.
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Hello,

Here is my suggestion. Go to Nvidia's web site and download the drivers for your card.

Go to this page, www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us (make sure you choose the correct operating system from the pull down menu).

If you are using a driver installation utility try downloading and installing theses drivers manually.

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http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
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To download and install the drivers, follow the steps below:

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STEP 2: Download the Driver File

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here is the link for your Quadro 4 Graphics for linux 64 Bit

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