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what does up mean?
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what does up mean?


Nothing.

I was just posting something to notify everyone that I'm still having the same issue.

Huhuhu!
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Hey Guys!

I really need your help.
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Reboot the system and go into safe mode.
Go into Device Manager and right click on the vga driver and uninstall it.
Reboot system back into normal mode.
When the system looks for the driver make sure to point it toward the driver you downloaded before.
How does it work then?
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go Here and choose motherboards from the first drop down box (select a product), then choose MX46U2-GN from the second drop down box (select a model) then select driver from the third drop down box (category), then download the first driver in the list (SiS AGP Driver ) and install it


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^ That's the one that I downloaded. :)
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Reboot the system and go into safe mode.
Go into Device Manager and right click on the vga driver and uninstall it.
Reboot system back into normal mode.
When the system looks for the driver make sure to point it toward the driver you downloaded before.
How does it work then?


I've tried this one...

But I stopped at this stage...

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I don't know which folder should I be referring to.. :)
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current/winxp
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current/winxp


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:)
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open that AGP121 folder that you've got on your desktop then double click the setup.exe file
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I've tried to uninstall again the VGA while on Safe Mode...

When I restarted the computer and booted to Normal Mode, it asked me to install VGA - I canceled it.

I went to the folder, which is the driver, and run the setup.exe.

I was thinking that it was installed properly.
It asked me to restart the computer.

I restarted the computer..
And when I had my Desktop ready,
the installation wizard then appears AGAIN.

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you really need to start being more descriptive with your responses

so what's the status? did it install or not?
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It's saying that the wizard couldn't find the software even if I already have chosen the folder where the driver is being saved - same with post number 23.
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right click on my computer, choose manage, then choose device manager...do you see any yellow ? or !
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Hey Geeks!

I need your help.

The display on my screen is actually not working properly.
If you're going to play a movie or any video,
it will play, but it's not good to your eyes.
It's like playing it frame by frame.

:)


This is what I have on the Device Manager Window.

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^ Exactly the same thing with that.
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i HATE SIS products


go here

in the first box pick windows xp
in the second box pick GPU graphics drivers
in the third box pick sis 315 series gpu

then press go (bottom right)

pick a location from the drop down box that's close to you and press download now

enter the code and press download now

extract the files to your desktop (or somewhere where you can find them) and open the folder...and run the setup.exe
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