Posted 04 July 2008 - 06:33 AM
It all depends on where you checked for the updates (the PC Manufacturer's website is a good place to check for an unmodified system). You can also have the latest updates and they can become corrupted - so reinstalling the drivers may help anyway.
It also depends on what's loading at startup, how much you have in the way of resources, etc.
It also depends on what you used to check for updated drivers - a manufacturer's utility, the built in Windows utility, or a manual search of the web for them.
Usually I suggest updating the video drivers with the latest available version from the manufacturer of the video chipset (NOT from the PC Manufacturer). In this case tho', I'd suggest an update of the motherboard/chipset drivers - and those are "usually" best found at the PC Manufacturer's website.
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