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i have just a m758lmr motherboard but i dont have the drivers i have the drivers for the sound card but i cant find the ones for the graphics card.
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So, you have no drivers to you graphics card, give us more information on what graphic card you have, is it Nvidia Geforce FX 5200, ect?
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my graphics card is a sis 950
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Ok, that was helpful, here is a site were you can get drivers for hundreds of things: http://members.drive...driverid=134048
You might have to register though, but it is worth it. I hope this helped, enjoy...

Edited by spike_hacker_inc, 08 July 2005 - 11:05 AM.

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i have tryed driver guide already and the driver i installed has made some window s on the desktop colour patchy

Edited by gator123, 09 July 2005 - 06:26 AM.

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Maybe the card is dusty or out of place, try pulling it in and out giving it a little clean, let me me know if that works, if it does not then i dont know.....
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Hi there

Am I right in thinking that you have a pcchips motherboard with onboard video? If so, try this link :

http://www.pcchips.c...nuID=35&LanID=0

You will need to download the sis agp driver as well as the actual sis vga driver
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thanks for yur help i will try your suggestions and get back to u thanks chris
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tryed your suggestion but windows wouldnt except the drivers kept saying the best drivers are already installed
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OK, can you look in control panel->display->settings->advanced->adapter and tell me what driver your video card is currently using? ie, SIS or standard vga driver etc.

If it's using an SIS driver, what is the maximum resolution & max colour depth that it allows you to set?
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sis 630\730 1280by1024 true colour(32 bit)
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OK, cool. So whats the problem with it now?
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same as before
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which is what exactly?
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sorry i didnt get back to u last night the problem is that the destop and any programs i open the words are choppy and all the windows boxs have a line of colour behind them it looks like the colour has run.
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