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Display driver got a motherboard with no video card socket. it only got 2 white pci socket and about 2inches long brown socket. video is onboard so with the sound.on his stickers the board model number is L41GVM6. it have 2 looks like chips, intel and sis900. it is a p4 with socket 478b. how i can get the video driver to boost the color and resolution?

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