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My Screen Looks runny ever since I removed My Card


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ASHLEY

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Can someone please HELP Me!!

I had a Nvidia Video card installed on my PC...But since I have removed it...I unistalled the Nvdia driver I think, using Add/Remove Programs. My picture has now gone all blocky and the graphics aren't dispalying properly. When I go into Display Properties and try to change the resolution with the slider bar, but the bar won't budge!!

I don't know what to try next...

Hope someone out there can help me!!
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Hi ASHLEY, welcome to Geeks to Go! <_<

Sounds like you just need to reinstall the video driver. From the CD that came with the card, or a better option, download and install the latest graphic driver from here: http://www.nvidia.co...ers/drivers.asp
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SURELY THAT WON'T HELP AS I NOW HAVE NO GRAPHICS CARD IN MY PC, I JUST HAVE THE STANDARD GRAPHICS CARD 'STANDARD VGA', I TRIED REINSTALLING THAT ONE AGAIN BUT IT SAID I WAS ALREADY USING THE BEST DRIVER
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Oh, I misunderstood--you actually removed the video card. Try using AIDA32 to identify the integrated video on your motherboard. It often provides a link the driver download.
AIDA32: http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=13
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