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VGA Driver problem

When I right click on my computer and select manage, I see the yellow mark next to the vga controller. I've downloaded the driver from the ibm website, installed it and still it has'nt fixed it. Also i have a very slow response on my pc, do you know where i can get free software to scan my registry as well

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You could be infected with viruses and spyware. Try booting into safe mode, access device manager and remove all entries under display adapters. Reboot to regular mode and try installing the driver. Do you get an error message when you install the driver? Does it see it atleast when you point at the location of the driver?

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