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Yellow exclaimation mark for Nividia Geforce 8800 GT under Display adapters in Device Manager screen. its says windows has stopped this device because it has encoutered problems. (code 43).

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Try to right on it and choose unistall then restart the system to auto reinstall the said driver..maybe it needs only to update the driver that is why there is a bang on it

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