I uninstalled the graphics card and now it is gone. How to undo it? Solved

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       #21

    Go to the Dell website and get the drivers there is also, 1) System Analyser, 2) Detect drivers, 3) Dell driver updater application.
    Plus 4) Diagnostics and 5) component tests.

    Both video drivers are available for the HD 4000 and Nvidia Quadro M series. Read the notes for the supplied drivers.

    Get rid of Nvidia Geforce Experience it's gamers bloatware.
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       #22

    SebaFranek said: View Post
    I installed Nvidia Experience and It can't find anything

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    Still looking....found these two specific to your specs. Have 2 links. You'll have to read the description in each to see which one ( or both) would be right.

    First is Version: R390 U4 (391.33) WHQL

    NVIDIA

    Second is
    Version: R387 U2 (388.16)

    NVIDIA
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  3.    #23

    With all this trouble your have after a clean install with the removal of your nvidia driver......I would just start over completely with a Dell factory format.
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       #24

    SebaFranek said: View Post
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    For me it also looks like it disappeared forever. I also reinstalled the chipset drivers and it did not help. Too much disassemble the laptop to disconnect and connect the graphics card. I will try the option with refreshing or resetting the system with ISO.
    It's likely that the "graphics card" is soldered to the motherboard, so that trying that would be futile.


    Speaking of Device manager, have you tried "scan for hardware changes", which is pulldown under Action? (You may have to click in the window before the option appears.)
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  5.    #25

    Thank you all for your time and help. You were brave but I had to use the ultimate weapon


    I decided to do a system refresh and that was enough.
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       #26

    SebaFranek said: View Post
    Thank you all for your time and help. You were brave but I had to use the ultimate weapon


    I decided to do a system refresh and that was enough.
    So all is working right now? GPU is happy? Curious, did you do a system refresh from the recovery options, or a repair install with ISO?
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  7.    #27

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    So all is working right now? GPU is happy? Curious, did you do a system refresh from the recovery options, or a repair install with ISO?
    Yes, everything is good. The second monitor shines like a diamond. This was a major problem, it worked on VGA but not HDMI. But it's a completely different, long story.

    I used: settings > update & security > recovery > reset this PC > keep my files
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    SebaFranek said: View Post
    Yes, everything is good. The second monitor shines like a diamond. This was a major problem, it worked on VGA but not HDMI. But it's a completely different, long story.

    I used: settings > update & security > recovery > reset this PC > keep my files
    Good! We're all glad to see you're back up and working!

    (do a backup if you haven't yet......)
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