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Video Driver Problem?! Help!

Hi! I have just reinsalled Windows XP and my video driver is not detected.
When i type dxdiag in "run" and i go at display tab, no driver is shown. Here is a little info about my pc:

Motherboard: Asus Motherboard P5VD2-VM SE
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2140 1.60 Ghz
RAM : 2GB

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  1. Do you have an onboard graphics card? or you didn't list it on your specs?
  2. Remixex said:
    Do you have an onboard graphics card? or you didn't list it on your specs?


    I think it's onboard. Wait, in System Information, i have found this :

    Problem Devices :
    Video Controller (VGA Compatibile)
    System Interupt Controller
    Not Available (<No Idea Why This in in here <)


    Mabye its helpfull?
  3. Ok i will assume you have an onboard graphics card, did you install your motherboard drivers when you reinstalled windows? in case you don't know what that is, it's a cd that comes with your mb and that you have to reinstall each time you get a new operative system, if you don't have that please tell me so i can help you get it online...now if you did install it please say so i can go further into the problem, also make sure you have an onboard graphics card please, best way to make sure is to look in the back of your PC case and tell me where the cable leading to you screen is...and if it is vertical or horizontal
  4. Remixex said:
    Ok i will assume you have an onboard graphics card, did you install your motherboard drivers when you reinstalled windows? in case you don't know what that is, it's a cd that comes with your mb and that you have to reinstall each time you get a new operative system, if you don't have that please tell me so i can help you get it online...now if you did install it please say so i can go further into the problem, also make sure you have an onboard graphics card please, best way to make sure is to look in the back of your PC case and tell me where the cable leading to you screen is...and if it is vertical or horizontal


    Yeah, my card is onboard. I dont got that CD. So, you say that I should go to Asus site and look for my mb, and download all those drivers?
  5. Best answer
    yes indeed, if you have any problems finding them please come back here, make sure which XP you have, dxdiag should provide with that information, about being 64 bit or 32 bit, most drivers require this information to be downloaded, but check the site first, if the site asks you about being 32 or 64 bit go check dxdiag, if not go ahead and download your drivers for win XP
  6. Remixex said:
    yes indeed, if you have any problems finding them please come back here, make sure which XP you have, dxdiag should provide with that information, about being 64 bit or 32 bit, most drivers require this information to be downloaded, but check the site first, if the site asks you about being 32 or 64 bit go check dxdiag, if not go ahead and download your drivers for win XP


    Ok. i dont need to check, I am 32 bit :) .
    I'll reply in a few minutes! Thanks! :)
  7. When I tryed to donwload the VGA drivers, the installation crashed and told me that the hardware is not compatibile with the driver, but thats strange, because my graphics card is asus.
  8. It has to be the exact model of your motherboard
    http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P5VD2-VM+SE&os=17
    from here go to chipset tab and select OS
  9. Wait, why chipset tab?
    Isin't it VGA tab?
  10. Nevermind, I installed the chipset.
    Nothing has changed...
    Please help!
  11. It didn't ask for a reboot? if your answer is no i think i have another option (sorry for delay i was out xd) what are the exact "symptoms" of the pc? do you see any change on resolution? is it slower than before?
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