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Updating drivers


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when i try and update the drivers for my intel extream onboard graphics i get this message every time, just wondering if anyone knows how to sort it out?

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my machine is a dell dimension 1100

thanks in advance
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Are you on an Administrator account?
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yes i am
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Dell has this for the 1100

Intel Springdale G Integrated Video
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my is the dell dimension 1100 desktop and has Intel Corporation 82865G Integrated Graphics Device
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Is this where you are getting it from

http://downloadfinde...?ProductID=1044
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if i downlaod and install them from there i get this message -


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Where are you getting the driver information from
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i willrephase, i downloaded the drivers from ther no look, i also tried using the microsoft driver update tool in the device manger for the onboard graphics but still no luck.

At the moment i am looking at dells website downloading updates
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Which bit says you have a different driver to the one Dell lists for the 1100
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i am trying to update my onboard graphics (i also get the message when i try and install the drivers off a cd which are needed for a PCI graphics card)
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The Intel wouldn't install if there are third party graphics, and you would use either onboard or third party, not both
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the card is not currently in the machine.
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Can you check BIOS set up to set the default graphics to onboard

Boot the PC and keep tapping the delete key (possibly F2) until it enters set up
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it is set to auto(the other option is onboard)
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