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hirvonen

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Hi,
Im new....

Can you guys help me out....I recently reformated my Computer,but have problem with my graphics
My video controller Has a yellow question mark?I tried to find the driver for it but to no aveil pls help me out here
I came to a dead end

COMP SPECS:

Intel®
Celeron® 2.53ghz,704 mb of Ram

[Got This From The "Unknown Device Detector"]
Computer Info
Chipset: <unknown>
Computer Name: HOME-0F495D10C6
OS: Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (OEM)

Device Tree
Other devices
Video Controller (VGA Compatible)
Micro-Star International Co Ltd (MSI)
VIA Technologies Inc VIA/S3G UNICHROME PRO IGP

Would Me A Whole LOT to me If you guys could help me out

Edited by hirvonen, 13 March 2009 - 09:34 AM.

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is this a custom built PC or prebuilt (like a dell or hp)?
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Custom...yea custom
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is it an expansion card (i.e. PCI or PCIE or AGP) or is it built into the motherboard?
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should i know that?
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yes....hehe

look at the back of the computer...is the place where you plug your monitor in towards the bottom of the case...or up near the top somewhere near the power cord?
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ahhh nothing there might be a built in thingy
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...that was kind of an either or situation....you've got to have somewhere to plug in the monitor...is it near the top?
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yes it is...i dont get where this is heading to lol im a computer unexpert
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trying to identify your hardware...can you open the side of the computer and identify your motherboard? there should be a brand name somewhere as well as a model number
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Ahhh???Is This It?

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I have a pic of my mother board but it has no ID or wat so ever
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thks guys I found the driver out of my years of unexperience ......well case closed
my comp doing well :)
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