It is highly recommended that you contact your computer manufacturer (or the manufacturer of the video adapter) and attempt to get the latest drivers for the hardware directly from them and follow their instructions. The following information is for reference and for comparison testing.
( 1) Open the Start Menu | Settings | Control Panel. Select the Display icon.
( 2) Click on the Settings Tab. Select Adapter, then Change.
( 3) When prompted, select the "Display a list of all the drivers..." instead of "Search for a better driver..."
( 4) Select the "Show all hardware" option.
( 5) At the top of the Manufacturer's list, select the "(Standard display types)"
( 6) Select the Standard VGA or Super VGA option - you may wish to try several of these if the problem persists.
( 7) Note: You may need your original Windows CD.
( 8) Apply and restart your system if prompted.
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