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Video Display Adapter Problem


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#1 cullism

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 07:32 PM

I have been having a problem with a flickering screen. Somebody on a help forum suggested uninstalling the display adapter then rebooting so that Windows would re-install it. I did this, but when I rebooted it the adapter wasn't re-installed, instead I found that I had the Standard VGA Graphics Adapter. My computer is now very slow and the display is blocky and the icons and text very large.

How can I re-install my adapter (Intel ® GMA 946GZ Express Chipset Family)? I have googled the adaptor but so far have not had much luck.

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 07:44 PM

I am not sure if you have an retail OEM computer system or a custom made one.

I would take it your graphics is on-board, if I am in error, please correct me.

Can you please post the make and model number of your computer.

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