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Help wrong graphics driver!

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Hi please would any body be able to help me,
I've somehow managed to install th wrong driver for my Nvidia Geforce MX integrated GPU graphics card while trying to reinstall my previous one.
I can no longer play World of Warcraft on my computer, as the load up screen appear green with very messed up graphics. Also when running the direct X 9 3D tests the spinning box also appears green with messed up graphics.

I installed the Windows XP/2000 32-bit driver which can be found on the below page:


If anybody requires any additional information I am happy to give you it.

Thanks for reading this and I hope you can help me.
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Look in Add/Remove programs to see if the driver is listed there, if so uninstall it. If not, go to the folder in Program Files and look for the installation folder and see if it has an uninstall.exe (unwise.exe). The wrong drivers need to be uninstalled before the new ones are installed.
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