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I format the hard disk then the resolution low tu 4 bytes and didnt recognize the mouse.The only information that I have is that motherboard is prescott 533
Many people doesn't know they must have all the software installers( CD, DVD, etc) before they format the hard drive, because by formating you are deleting every DRIVER installed in your computer.
A driver is a software that makes the time of translator betwwen the devices and the Operating System, this software is written by the manufacturer of the device, Windows OS have many of this already integrated, but many times they are just like a mediocre translator and you need get a good one.
In order to get the right drivers you should go to the manufacturer website and look for updated drivers for your devices.
In this case you are having problems with the Graphics Adapter, and your mouse.
you will have to find out if you graphics adapter is integrated in your motherboard or if it is a graphics card( inserted in a slot), in the case it is integrated in your motherboard you just have to go to your motherboard manufacturer and find the drivers for it.
if it is a card you have to find what kind of card it is and do the same procedure.
The same apply for your mouse.
Hope this help you.
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