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OK, i just formatted/reloading a HP Vectra P3 desktop with windows 2000..  I need to find a working video driver for this computer. I check HP's site and could not come up with it.  I believe the video card is built into the motherboard. As of now, windows will only all me to set it to 16bit and 600 x 800  and some other setting.. Browing the web is horrible.   Can anybody lead me to the correct driver??? If you need any more info please feel free to ask.. I hate these computers with everything onboard the mother...
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If you download Everest, it will tell you where to get a driver in the Computer Summary section: http://www.lavalys.com/index.php?page=product&view=1&subpage=5
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Installed that  and checked computer summary... doesnt tell me where to get the driver.. tells me  VIDEO ADAPTER is  INTEL i752    went to intels site and found nothing... Any other ideas?
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Oh wait i see driver download now... let me see how this works!!
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OK well not listing that device still...   Basically  i click on download driver and this is the link  http://support.intel.com/support/graphics/   and i dont see the i752    Hmmm maybe one of these other ones will work??? Do you see the i752?
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I will check this in a few minutes.... got to leave work and get home..
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