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ASROCK775VM800 on board video card problem

I have an ASROCK775VM800 motherboard. When I try to burn movies, a message appears that states my video card doesn't meet the minimum requirements. Is there a download I can get to update my drivers for the onboard video card? Thanks, Alec ws661gx on board vga driver

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Hello,

try this link.

Asrock Support

hope this post helps :)

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