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#31
Mirciuca

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Hi all :D, so an alternative would be to click on the update driver in all 3?
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Update your video card driver only once with the most current driver available from Nvidia for your video card.
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to Mirciuca

for the future...please go and read the How-to Create a New Topic here...
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k sorry i'm begginer....
issue is not resolved because I do not know how to put a new video driver ...
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no problems just start your own thread and we will help you...put it in the hardware forum... :thumbsup:
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k thanks, i posted on the hardware, but in error and windows section, if you close there please: D
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