I got a new system today that was missing a hdd and a cd-rom. I took those from the system I had that was having AGP issues and installed them. I did a completely fresh install of windows xp sp1 (only version I had). I knew that I was going to have to find the mobo drivers for just about everything related to it. After getting most of those situated I find that my Geforce 6200 graphics card is showing VERY bad resolution and color. The driver I have installed for it is the most recent that I could find and device manager says that its running properly. Could the resolution and color issues be because its still sp1 of xp and not sp2 or 3? Right now the res is 800X600 and its running 4 bit color. I'm updating windows as I type this but hope that someone can help me out while I wait. I really hope that its just a driver that I missed or that I just gotta keep updating. Links to drivers are greatly appreciated, thank you all.
Brief System Specs
AGP Video Card - Geforce 6200
Mobo - Intel D845GRG
CPU - Intel Pentium 4
Ok, the graphics probably has resolved itself somehow (maybe in an update from windows). My current issue is that I am unable to get sound, I have tried to install both of the drivers that I found on Intels site for the audio but neither one will let me install it. In device manager the "Multimedia Audio Controller" has a yellow ? near it.