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Need to find a windows XP VGA driver for a dell power edge sc420

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I have installed Windows XP sp3 onto a dell poweredge SC420 server.  I am having trouble locating a VGA driver that is compatible with this configuration.  The pc has a pentium 4 processor with a Dell Inc. 0X3468 Motherboard.
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by:Hutch_77
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Have you tried the 2003 driver?
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by:jfoster316
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Thanks Hutch, I will try that one out.  Gotta run to another job real fast, then I will let you know how that worked out.
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by:jfoster316
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Hatch, that one did not work, error's out that the operating system is not supported upon install.
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by:Hutch_77
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I am guessing this is 32 bit correct?
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One thing you may be able to do is download 7zip and extract the files from that driver, then just point Device manager to the files and see if that works I am looking on intel as well.
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Yes, it is 32 bit system, I will try pulling the drivers out and pointing to them individually.
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Thanks Hutch77, great job.
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