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This happens only if the chipset drivers are not compatible with Windows 7. I would suggest you to download and install the latest Chipset drivers on the computer.
I would suggest you to update all the drivers from the manufacturer’s website.
You can find the chipset information under the 'System devices' category in Device Manager. The chipset of the motherboard will likely be ALI, AMD, Intel, NVidia, VIA, or SIS. However, this information will only be seen if the chipset drivers are installed in the computer properly.
To open device manager, follow the steps mentioned below.
a. Click on Start menu and type Device manger in the start search box and press Enter.
b. Click on System Devices and check for the brand name that is mentioned above.
To install the drivers for the chipset you should visit the manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers from there and install it on the system.
Note: If you are attempting to identify your chipset because you need to install drivers for the chipset often a motherboard and/or computer will come with a CD that has the proper chipset drivers on it. If you do not have a CD that will install these drivers you will need to continue to the next step to identify the chipset and download the chipset drivers from our motherboard page.
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Windows Outreach Team