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display/video driver problems

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i was trying to play a game a while ago, and i noticed that it hangs.

my specs:
1 gig memory
dual core

and my pc meets the other requirements of the game. so i think it's related to the video driver.
and i tried 2 games and they both hanged.

and by the way, when i go to (right-click on desktop) Properties >> Settings >> Advanced, I get this error:

Error loading SiSApCom.dll
The specified module could not be found.

and another note:
I just replaced my MoBo, and the driver i installed is the driver from the CD that came with the mother board.

I'm using SAMSUNG SyncMaster 753s monitor.

Did I install the wrong driver?
The current driver is from SiS.
And I think the driver I used before is S3 Graphics.

Here are the SiS items that I see in Add/Remove programs: (I don't know if these are the video drivers)

SiS VGA Utilities
SiSAGP driver

Edited by kingpod, 04 September 2007 - 06:34 AM.

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The SiS software may have become corrupt. Do this:

1.Uninstall the SiS VGA Utilities and the SiSAGP Driver.
2.Reboot (the display will default to low resolution Microsoft standard vga driver),
3.Re-install the SiS utilities and driver
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