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Solved: VGAsave Driver
Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Click it and install it. What do you mean “booting you back up”?
Thank you for your help! Message 1 of 7. If not, try PCWizardclick on the display icon and each of the things in the ggasave to see if it can identify your card. Also, check to be sure that your graphics card is plugged in to its slot if any and maybe even remove it and put it back to be sure all the connections inyel made and that it is seated in the slot. Post as a guest Name.
If it is, see if you can see any witing on the graphics card if you can open vyasave up about what card you have. Yes, my password is: You don’t have an AMD board and there is nothing like that on the Dell page.
Solved: VGAsave Driver | Tech Support Guy
In Safe Mode, go to Start, Run and type “devmgmt. And at this point I’m not remembering what I had to do that vvasave it into working again. No, create an account now. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. If not, remove the items that have errors and restart the computer.
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I intsl to solve it. Windows supplies the chipset driver. PopRockDec 18, You just turn it on and it boots up. CD’s are not normally needed to boot a computer. ElvandilDec 20, Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Restart and let Windows load normally, it should detect your video and ask you to install correct drivers which you downloaded before doing this.
So I still don’t understand why the CD was needed. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions.
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You can also edit the boot. I did find a fix, but it was far from what I had expected. Hopefully someone on google reads this thread and doesn’t waste as much time as I had to trying to solve this problem. Have you tried going to the intel site and download the latest driver from there?