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Actually you have not installed drivers for ATI Radeon 7500. Just download and install updated drivers for this hardware. If you can't locate the specific drivers then use a driver scanner tool to locate specific drivers for this hardware. Also use a system utility tool like PCFresher to fix windows and registry errors. It will also fix missing dll files.
The Video Adapter of your laptop is Mobility Radeon 7500. Recommended drivers are limited to the manufacturer's website which is Windows XP. Windows Vista or 7 should have a native driver for your type of Graphics Adapter. Should you need a much higher version of your VGA driver (Windows Vista or 7), you may contact ATI/AMD.
Hi there. Your graphics controllers are supplied by ATI and is Radeon IGP-340M (RS200M) Unfortunately there is no Vista driver available for that HP laptop, even ATI don't supply a Vista driver for that model, it only has support for XP.
Nevermind, I just looked up the system requirements for Hoyle 2009. The requirements for the computer video card is a minimum of 64MB of Video RAM, which you may not have in the laptop. If you don't have a 64MB+ video card, it won't work. If you do have a 64MB+ video card, but don't have the correct driver installed, you can get the drivers you need by going to Windows Updates and letting Microsoft install it for you.
Try booting into safe mode.. press F8 before the windows screen, and select Safe Mode as the boot option. If that is a temporary fix, then reinstall the driver, and make sure your Hertz settings are correct!