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Basically, I re-installed Windows and have no drivers or devices for Audio, Video ect. I installed the Windows Service Pack 2 and once UI restarted the PC, the picture came back like this. A balloon asked if I wanted to sort the problem and I said yes, but nothing happened. I tried changing it in Control Panel > Display but the only option available for it was Color Quality: Lowest and Resolution: 640x800. It was fine before I installed the service pack.

Is there anyway you guys could point in the direction of correct drivers for everything I need to sort the problem of this? Anything I could download and post results on here that you give you a heads up of what I have, i.e EVEREST or whatever it's called?

Thanks.
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Howdy and welcome to GTG:

Actually, the make and model of the system would be a nice start as well as the Belarc or Everest report as to the video/graphics.

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What would be the easiest way for me to send you all the details for my PC. I know there's something I can download which will upload all my details to a website, I did it before but lost the site dry3.gif.

If you could point in the right direction of that, It'd show all my motherboard details and specs ect?
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www.belarc.com

Everest

Everest is the better of the two.

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Don't worry about it, I've sorted it.

Thanks anyway :).
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