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I reformated my computer and i figured out my computer doesn't a video card but recently it works fine,, my monitor was plug in to that onboard video bus.. is there any sites where i can download the driver for the video controller,, (VGA),, pls... help with this.. i urgently needed your answers,,, thanks a lot

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  • charles4308 Mar 18, 2011

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Go to the Motherboard manufacturers site for "chipset" or "VGA" driver. If this doesn't work try DriverMax site. (it's free)

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