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i need help with a finding a video driver


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nabisco

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i really dont know computers so if this is the wrong fourm tell me

i had got a used older laptop from a friend and every thing was acting kinda goofy so we wiped it clean and reinstalled windows 98{all it can hold} i couldn't find the file to download the video driver or at least a better video driver for it, all, it needs one bad i can bearly read what is on the screen


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You're going to need to supply some information before anyone can help. But you may be able to find the drivers yourself. Just go to the machine maker's website, choose drivers and downloads, or whatever heading they have drivers under, plug in your model number or service/serial number and go to the page.
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You're going to need to supply some information before anyone can help. But you may be able to find the drivers yourself. Just go to the machine maker's website, choose drivers and downloads, or whatever heading they have drivers under, plug in your model number or service/serial number and go to the page.

ok i went into control panel, select System, then Device Manager, scroll down but didn't see video adapter i saw display adapter so i click it and saw standard pci graphics adapter i guess this is what i was looking for but it said it is working fine so i guess i need a updated driver because the picture quality is not good at all, be for we wiped the old system it had great picture so what do i do or where do i go to get a updated version that will work for my system i know i just cant use any one,

this is what i have
micron electronics
go book 2
it has windows 98 and a Pentium 2 if you need so more info tell me and i will get it

i did some looking and i found this forum and looks like somebody can possibly help

thanks

Edited by nabisco, 13 December 2007 - 08:14 PM.

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This is the company web site no 98 drivers there I could find

http://support.mpcco...lehub.asp?ID=87


this is the driver you need from here you can chose from 98 or 98SE

NeoMagic 128/XD video drivers for the Micron GoBook

http://www.video-dri...7...p;bng=7&o=3
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thanks

Edited by nabisco, 15 December 2007 - 04:34 PM.

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