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Video card help after virus fix

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#1 gmrx


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Posted 19 November 2011 - 11:47 AM

Hi I just got my computer fixed thanks to the help on here since I got testendonline in Sep. now I need help getting the drivers for my video card I opened the case last night and was able to see it is a ATI Radeon and on the little green sticker it say's x1300 PRO AGP 256M I think.

And right now I don't have standby the box is grayed out is that because of the video card? And one more little thing when I am using IE the computer keeps poping up the little hourglass even when I am just sitting reading a post on this forum it goes on for like 2 seconds then stops for 3 seconds and repeats and makes my fans run fast just started doing that today.

Thank You.

Here'smy virus fix post http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic426652.html

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#2 Artrooks


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Posted 19 November 2011 - 01:05 PM

Hi gmrx,

Regarding Video Drivers:
If you have a brand name computer; Dell, HP, etc., and the video card came with the system, then obtain the video drivers from manufacturer's web site.
If not, here is a link to ATI Radeon X1300 Series drivers for a desktop system running either Win XP home or professional.
Please verify that your card is listed.

Regarding greyed out "standby" button:
Try this, if video driver update doesn't fix it.

Regarding hour glass in IE:
Not sure about this one. I see that you have updated to all post SP3 updates. Are you now running IE 8.0?



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