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I need to figure out how to get my video controller/vga back. I was having some video problems so I checked my device manager to find out I had the yellow exclamation marks for some reason. I tried to update them but somehow managed to make it vanish from my device manage completely. Maybe it's still on my computer maybe it's totally gone not really sure. When I try to go to dell.com to download the driver it won't get out of the collapse to show all the options so i'm stuck looking at 2 drive download options and not the 63 available. I have a Dimension 4700C service tag 954T171. I reloaded my chipset, network driver inetl, desktop system software disks hoping the video controller would pop back up but nothing. Any pointers on finding it on my computer or a workable download would be great.
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Try this page

http://www.dell.com/...dimension-4700c
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Seems to be giving me the same problem. All the little tabs on the left won't open to show the download options for some reason.
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For me on that page I can download any of the many drivers (63 files) offered
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Yes it seems to be a issue browsing the dell website driver downloads on this computer. Any alternative options for downloads that might work?
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See your BSOD thread as I just posted a link to Windows Defender Offline that you should run to see if this is malware related.

Might be a good idea to go to the Virus, Spyware, Malware Removal forum, read the first post and follow instructions.

Come back here once you get a clean bill of health if you still have problems.
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