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VIDEO DRIVERS, VIEW SONIC, MONITOR/ VIDEO CARD, VE710B

Posted on 2008-10-15
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I recently had to reformat my hard drive and now after installing win xp the screen has poor resolution, i have been told its the drivers for the video card that i need to reinstall but not sure how to find out type or model of this, i have looked inside the pc but to be honest i would not know what one looks like unless it had a label on it! if more info is needed to offer a solution please let me know, thanks.
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by:JoWickerman
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Hi TYR9,

You'll have to open the PC again. Check near to the Video output socket on your motherboard for a black chip. It should have a name or model number on.

Let me know what this name or number is.

Cheers.
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by:TYR9
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Hi JoWickerman,

the only black chip i can see near the monitor and speaker sockets on the mother board has this RTL81008L on it. does that help?

both the monitor and Speakers seem to connect driectly to the mother board.

thanks
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by:JoWickerman
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Ok. That is your NIC's chip. What kind of motherboard do you have? What is the model number of the board? Might be Gigabit?
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by:TYR9
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The motherboard is AOpen MX4GER, sorry if im not helping much! thanks
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JoWickerman earned 125 total points
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Not a problem! You helped quite a lot!

You can download your driver here:

http://download.aopen.com.tw/userdownload_List.aspx?RecNo=3400&Model=261

Let me know if it worked!

Cheers
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by:TYR9
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Thanks so much, that solved it! your a star!
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Really glad I could help! :)
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