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Vonny

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Right heres what happened.
I got a virus a bad one so i decided to reformat. I have and now i cant play any games because it says that i dont have graphics card. How do i reinstall it?

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Did you install all the drivers after you reloaded XP.

Open Device manager and see if your graphics card is recognized, or has a yellow "!" (exclamation point) next to it. If it does, you need to install drivers.

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It doesnt even seem to be on the device list and if it is i missed it and its been installed because there were only two and there where for control pads lol.
Does this mean il have to buy a new card?

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If you can see something on the screen it is definately there unless you have it hooked up to onboard video. Look in bios see if it has detected the card, if not try removing it and reseating the card.
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Thanks man for a sec i though i might of had to buy a new graphics card

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