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Gigabyte D33006 Graphics Card Driver

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Hi

I have been searching for the drivers for a graphics card without success.

1) Is this a bona fide Graphics Card model?

2) Would anybody have a link to the graphics card drivers which actually works?  Most of the ones I found sent me on wild goose chases to nothing!

One more note : There does appear to be a VIA Audio Card with the same name so avoid that one when investigating search results.

OS is XP SP3.

Thank you

Phil
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by:PortableTech
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Is this an integrated video card?  I ask as there is a Gigabyte Motherboard with the D33006 model number, it is an older model however.  
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PortableTech earned 500 total points
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Scratch that last comment, I believe I found what you are looking for, I believe what you have is actually a

Gigabyte GV-RX60P128D (D33006)

and you can find the driver for that card located at

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=1195&dl=1#driver

If that is not your card let me know and we will take another stab at it.
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by:philanderson888
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Hi

Thank you so much - the machine is locked at the moment and I may get a chance to attempt this tomorrow so I'll let you know.

Many thanks!

Phil
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by:nobus
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if the above does not help you out, try the free drivereasy :  www.drivereasy.com
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by:philanderson888
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Hi

I accept your solution but did not get a chance to test it because the person I was helping, on the same day I posted this query, went to gigabyte.com and downloaded a driver at random.  It happened to work so the person, in the interests of the rule 'if it 'aint broke, don't fix it' is reluctant to try this driver which you proposed.  I agree with him but as far as you are concerned I am happy to take it as the solution, although I cannot recommend it be added to the database as a solution as it is untested.  

Many thanks though for your help!

Phil Anderson
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by:philanderson888
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Solution is untested therefore not adding it to knowledge base.
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