Optiplex 320 Onboard Video for SBS2003

Any ideas as to where I can find a driver that will work?  Haven't had any luck with the ones on the Dell website.  Thanks.
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LouisvilleGeekConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Sorry for the latent response.  The desktop is required for a swing migration, by no means will it be a production server.  I managed to circumvent the issue in the meantime by booting into VGA mode.  Thanks for the help though!
Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:
Two questions:  

1.  Why is the standard VGA driver insufficient?

2.  Why are you running SBS on a desktop computer?

Did you try to execute the driver install program in WIndows XP compatibility mode?

Fl_flyfishing not everybody has enough money to buy the proper material. Sometime we need to imporovise, and I think he know that is a great risk when use a desktop PC as server, but....

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Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:
Then the issue is not really SBS 2003, but in fact Server 2003, and VGA is more than sufficient for either.
LouisvilleGeekAuthor Commented:
I fixed it
Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:
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