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grandpa

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Hi Folks,

Don't know where to go for help on this one.

Running XPSP2, keeps crashing, and the message is that its caused by a Graphics Device Driver. Anyone any idea as to what I need to do. Im completely in the darks and any help would be appreciated. ( So far no crash)

Many thanks

Grandpa

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lol! you and darth ash both join g2g on my birthday.. :tazz:

try rolling back your driver..
if that doesn't work then update to the newest one..
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Hi Folks,

Don't know where to go for help on this one.

Running XPSP2, keeps crashing, and the message is that its caused by a Graphics Device Driver. Anyone any idea as to what I need to do. Im completely in the darks and any help would be appreciated. ( So far no crash)

Many thanks

Grandpa

Running. Avast, ZASS,Spybot,AdAware,Microsoft Antispyware.

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What graphic card do you have? Sounds like you need to update the drivers.
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Hi guys

Im an absolute bunny on this one
Where do I find what graphics card and how do I update.

Many thanks

Grandpa
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Download EVEREST home edition here. You can update the driver by going to the manufacturer's website and downloading the latest drivers.. Then you should go into device manager, find your device, right click it, then click update, then locate it manually and browse for the .inf file and then it should start installing..

Edited by mpy, 29 August 2005 - 03:21 AM.

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