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I'm working on my grandmother's computer; her video card doesn't work. She has a Compaq Series 6000. The note on the side of the system indicates an Integrated Nvidia GEForce 32 mg card. Can you help me?

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Please restart the system and check it .If still issue not resolve then reinstall the Nividia Graphics driver .

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