Good, yeah when I installed windows 10 fresh on this machine, it gave me a generic eight bit color driver. It was infuriating because I needed to install the network driver so it could search for drivers. That was a real pain. Because the resolution was lower than 400 and I couldn't see anything. Finally I gave up and I just rebooted and it appears that it found the real driver in there somewhere and applied it. But I was worried for a second. It's normal for windows 10 to come up with some generic driver at first just reboot and it should apply the real driver the next time. The only drivers I had trouble with were my brother laser printer and my old HP scanner, both of which I had to use windows XP drivers for under 16 bit mode. Which is "NTVDM" in Programs and features.