Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
If its the original video card that came in the pc, then you can go to the makers website and download the drivers needed for that model, if its not the original, then you have to go to the video card makers site to get them, either way you should be able to get them pretty easily. windows has stopped support for WINxp so no luck with them. if all else fails there is another way to do it, but it gets verry complex. look on the card for the largest chip on it, there will be print on then, and this print is what is needed to locate the driver nonline with a search engine. I personally like to use www.driverguide.com.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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