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mojo34

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wheni have left computer on 4 a bit sometimes message comes up ialmnt5 display drivers not working, have got 2005 driver installed, xp pro driver is intel 82845g/gl/pe/gv grahics controller can anyone help
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did you try to reinstall the driver?
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have re installed seems to be working so far (fingers crossed) thanks
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I'm having this problem too. I've gotten the updates, uninstalled, reistalled, all that stuff. It seemed like it was a problem with service pack 2, which was causing other problems, so I uninstalled that, but it's still doing it.
It happens almost everytime my screen saver comes up. I have searched the internet like crazy and can not figure this out. I have a Dell Inspiron 1100, same graphics controller 82845g/gl/pe/gv. But actually, before I reinstalled it, it said 82845GM.
I doubt it's a virus, I have anti-virus up to date, spyware, adware programs.
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i installed old (2002) drivers from driver guide, up to now seems to be o.k.
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