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I have not vga driver on my pc after installing win xp and dont know which vga card is on my computer

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I have a MECURY AMD MOTHER BOARD and after the installation of windows Xp the V.G.A was not installed and i have tried to install it but it is not working and i need the driver the name of the V.G.A is VIA CASTLE ROCK.Please help me with the driver.

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I have lost my graphic card driver

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