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[SOLVED] Generic video driver
Also do you really think the product in the motherboard belongs to nvidia. I was just wondering why you carried on using the computer for so windows xp generic video with it not working properly after it was supposed to have been serviced. It’s ok, you’ve not offended anyone.
Please do not enter contact information. Ofek Shilon 5. Inbuilt graphics windows xp generic video the motherboard or external one? Brilliant, glad it worked! This should be your driver https: How to get the ZIP version of the graphics driver.
Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. The reason for seeing Generic VGA windows xp generic video because you do not have the correct graphics driver installed and are using the Windows default drivers. I’m afraid i wont be able to open the case.
Video card manufacturers release updated drivers for their hardware periodically to address issues that appear with new games or increase the performance of their products. Thanks but winddows you be little bit more specific about the type of nvdia driver.
And MK-1 Iball doesn’t always work. Sarge 4 The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. For windows xp generic video full list of not just graphics vendors, look here. PCI Database has a good search viddeo, if this fails, try Google. Originally Posted by oscer1. Control Panel in Category View.
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To avoid any potential installation incompatibilities, Intel recommends that you first check with your computer manufacturer and use the driver software it provides. Sign up using Facebook. Continue this process until you have examined all of the “oem. Before i go to download any other file from nvidia website windows xp generic video would like to know that ‘generic video driver’ as mentioned in my dxdiag message points to what?