I need the drivers for this on-board VGA, asap...

Posted on 2002-04-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
I had a QDI motherboard, Advance 6T, and the number on it is P6V8602/A6T. I am 90% sure that it has a VIA Chipset, but I cannot find the on-board VGA drivers from the website, at

Any help?
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says to go to the VIA page.  You will have to get specifics off of the chipset.  Good luck on this one.

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go to and enter all the information you know and just start downloading drivers and if they dont work delete it and install a new one  trail and error is how it works.
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Google sure didn't help me in a search for this one.  Maybe someone else can have better luck.

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