Find out what type of graphics card your system has:
Right-click on "My Computer" and hit "Properties" OR
Open "System" from the "Control Panel" OR
hold down your "Win" key and press the "Pause|Break" key.
This will open the "System Properties" box.
Click the "Hardware" tab, then click the "Device Manager" button.
Click the "+" sign next to "Display adapters"
-look what it says, for example, see the attached pic.
eg, mine is an Nvidia GeForce 6200
Now, search Google for "[your manufacturer] homepage" or, if it's
Once you've found your graphics card's manufacturer page, look for a link to downloading drivers, usually under either "Drivers" or "Support" or, if it's
Specify your model when looking for the drivers and get the latest edition.
This might help your problem. -I hope it does, anyways
PS Oh, right... before I forget. With Nvidia drivers, you must uninstall your old drivers first. Right-click on your card from the "Device Manager" and select "Uninstall". See second picture.
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