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hardan10

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The problem is in my p3 only 16 r 24 bit colour adjustment is present & i download some games which requre 32bit confused1.gif when i try to run them it gives fatal error & advice to update my driver,i ask in market it avalable as 3d cards cost almost 100$ app. which i cant afford right now smile.gif blushing.gif can u give me an easy idea to solve this problem surrender.gif r give me address of some sites from where i can download it free blushing.gif plzzzzz.THANKS
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......well...by updating your driver i think whoever advised you to do that meant to update the actuall driver software for your current graphics card...do you know what make and model card you have?
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i,m sorry i dnt know properly but in disply adopter its written as "Intel 82815 Graphics Controller (Microsoft Corporation " did u mean by this? in make n model card?plz reply n thanks for ur prev reply
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http://downloadfinde...f...on&lang=eng that SHOULD be your graphics driver...download it and install it and see if it fixes y our issue...if it doesn't...then your card isn't capable of handling what you want it to
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