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I'm not very computer savvy, so I appreciate any help you can give me.
I recently bought Hoyle Card Games 2008, and it does the same thing as their 2006 software. It cuts off in the middle of my playing. I spoke with someone from Encore, who furnishes the Hoyle Card Games, and he ran a diagnostic on my computer and said I needed the drivers updated. I have no idea what he means, but he said the games are dated 2006 & 2008 respectively, and my drivers are 2003. I have a Northgate computer. The sticker on back reads: Northgate Barebone** Intel M/B** LU K3 M-ATX CASE** Power DVD5 2CH**XP Home Ricoh DVDRW+** Nero OEM Suite 1** RC4. There's some sort of model no., (I guess), it reads: LP41800642.
Then there's: InvID: #STAP4DR17CC - WONbr: WO00004460.
From the information I've provided, can a Video Card Driver(s) be downloaded onto my computer, and if so, how much.
Again, thank you for your help (and patience) in solving my problem.
Sincerely,......................Shirley Brown.

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    I am using Windows XP

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You must find out what graphics card you have and any other hardware and then the software should be free from the specific manufacturer's website. Let me know the exact hardware you have which can be found in the control panel under hardware and I will find you links for the drivers that you need which is the software.

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Your current details are not sufficient to give exact graphics driver
but you can do one thing to get system information so that i can help you
goto "Start" > click on "Run" >type "dxdiag" without quotes .Now you will see a dialogue box coming up and you will get system information ..reply it to me and i will give you the graphics driver.

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Http://driverzone.com/category.php?cat=17
You can also try microsoft's update page and see if your drivers are on there. www.update.microsoft.com
If you need any further assistance let me know. You can also upgrade you video card for very cheap. under 50$ for one that would be a huge upgrade.
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Download this program:
http://downloaddrivers.net

It will automatically scan your computer and download the latest drivers required.

Hope that helps!

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HI,

Click on my computer and select properties then select device manager.Now double click on display adapters and right click on the name under it and select update drivers.Then just update automatically.

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If that computer can access the internet you just go to device manager and do a online update:
This how you do it:
Right click My computer>click properties>Click hardware>click Device manager and look for the display adapter and click on Update driver then a wizard will came up just let it search the internet for the updated driver..

Hope that helps........

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    Mark Gil Jun 23, 2008

    It's already solve??

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Wow...this can be handled...what operating system you using?

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