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TY for the smbus driver!

under the device manager it has a yellow question mark for device,video controller (vga compatable) driver.
emachine w3503 windows xp media center. when I go to the emachine sight and download the vga driver it won't setup cause it says the length of the specified directory path plus the instalation folder name exceeds 95 characters??????
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When you extract the driver file, specify a destination such as C:\VGA - this will shorten the pathname considerably, hopefully enough to get rid of the error.
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