Graphics Card Problem

Discussion in 'PC Support Archive' started by Abolfazl, Dec 26, 2008 with 5 replies and 106 views.

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  1. Abolfazl

    Abolfazl Contributor

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    K so for christmas I got a ATI Radeon x1300 (Model # 900106).
    I added it to my computer and installed the driver from the disc. I then looked at the instruction and found out I made a mistake. I was suppose to cancel the "found new hardware" box and just run the CD's setup :tongue:.

    How do I undo what I did :tongue:

     
  2. Haxalot88

    Haxalot88 VIP VIP

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    fyi, x1300 is really entry-level... like $40 kinda card.

    Either way, you should be fine off. If you installed the drivers from the CD, then you're set. It doesn't matter if windows did that add hardware crap...
     
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    Abolfazl

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    Well it doesnt even see my monitor when i connect it thru the gfx card.

    I cant even see the gfx card on the hardware list
     
  4. Saiyan

    Saiyan Senior Member

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    find your graphics card in the device manager and rollback the drivers, then reinstall using new method.
     
  5. zZ LUCKY Zz

    zZ LUCKY Zz Premium Premium

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    Right click on 'My Computer' and select properties. Now click on the 'Hardware' tab
    Now select 'Device Manager
    Then Find your card
    Right click on 'Video Card' and select 'Update Driver...'. If asked whether you want to connect to Windows Update select 'No, not this time' and then click 'Next'. On the next screen select 'Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)': Or Disk or something like that you should get it from there
     
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