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  1. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
       #11

    Congratulation Joe! Microsoft is the best school on earth to learn Computer Science.

    Your graphic card was not recognize by Windows Ten. Give me more details about your computer? Will try 2 things:
    On the display adapter properties, click on properties and then on Driver. Update driver and choose Search automatically for updated Driver software. Hope you'll fix this issue?

    Recap: Search Windows/Display Settings/Advanced Display Settings/Display Adapter Properties/Properties/Driver/Update Driver/Online search. You must have an active Internet connection. Follow the process. If it doesn't work will try something else...
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  2. Posts : 15
    Windows10
    Thread Starter
       #12

    MikeMecanic said:
    Congratulation Joe! Microsoft is the best school on earth to learn Computer Science.

    Your graphic card was not recognize by Windows Ten. Give me more detail about your computer? Will try 2 things:
    On the display adapter properties, click on properties and then on Driver. Update driver and choose Search automatically for updated Driver software. Hope you'll fix this issue?

    Recap: Search Windows/Display Settings/Advanced Display Settings/Display Adapter Properties/Properties/Driver/Update Driver/Online search. You must have an active Internet connection. Follow the process. If it doesn't work will try something else...

    Thanks again Mike but I tried this from your earlier info but anyway here's a screenprint of the result.. hope you can read it..
    Cheers Joe
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  3. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
       #13

    Joelyman said:
    hope you can read it..
    Cheers Joe
    You didn't properly set the attachment file: It's not shown. Are you running an upgrade or a clean install? Computer Details Please?
    Click simultaneously on the Windows flag and the Pause key: Paste the result (screenshot)
    O.K. I see it now! Will try another thing now... It's on the same page.
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  4. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
       #14

    MikeMecanic said:
    Are you running an upgrade or a clean install? Computer Details Please?
    Click simultaneously on the Windows flag and the Pause key: Paste the result (screenshot)
    .
    We need to know the device manufacturer? Get the service manual to see it.
    Last edited by MikeMecanic; 14 Aug 2015 at 15:03.
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  5. Posts : 4,439
    Win 11 Pro 22000.652
       #15

    To quote myself (post #6):

    This is slightly more complex: to find the hardware, double click on the adapter shown. In the windows that pops up, click on the Details tab. Under Property, choose Device IDs. I think you'll get a valid ID even if you don't have proper drivers installed.

    I hope that's clear now that you've found Display Adapters in Device Manager.

    I'm not 100% certain that you'll get the card's device ID, but it's worth a shot. It may be easier than sleuthing through your documentation, or taking the PC apart.

    You can Google the device ID (use the shortest listed one), and it's likely to be a common card.
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  6. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
       #16

    bobkn said:
    I
    This is slightly more complex: to find the hardware, double click on the adapter shown. In the windows that pops up, click on the Details tab. Under Property, choose Device IDs. I think you'll get a valid ID even if you don't have proper drivers installed.
    Choose instead Hardware ID. Device ID is not listed.under property. That was a good one Bob and it's always good to repeat ourself because we miss that one.
    Looks like that on Google if you copy the first line: PCI\VEN_8086REV_09 - Google Search
    Last edited by MikeMecanic; 14 Aug 2015 at 17:04.
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  7. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
       #17

    Don't be discourage! Solutions seems to be complicated. Let's recap with the best I can do: Download CPU-Z (CPUID) and see inside your machine:
    Thank you for downloading CPU-Z from CNET Download.com

    It will be shown there.
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  8. Posts : 15
    Windows10
    Thread Starter
       #18

    bobkn said:
    To quote myself (post #6):

    This is slightly more complex: to find the hardware, double click on the adapter shown. In the windows that pops up, click on the Details tab. Under Property, choose Device IDs. I think you'll get a valid ID even if you don't have proper drivers installed.

    I hope that's clear now that you've found Display Adapters in Device Manager.

    I'm not 100% certain that you'll get the card's device ID, but it's worth a shot. It may be easier than sleuthing through your documentation, or taking the PC apart.

    You can Google the device ID (use the shortest listed one), and it's likely to be a common card.

    Where on that list is Display Adaptors please Bobkn...

    Can I just offer some info that was asked earlier...
    My PC is a Medion it has Intel Core 2 Duo ( this is all that is displayed on the outer case )
    and after that I'm sorry I don't know anything else about it...
    .......... other than ... I'm on a free download, I was previously running with W7 without any of the problems described earlier...
    So just a Q from me .... If the graphics card was OK then, why is it problematic now....?
    So sorry about this but I'm really appreciativel that 2 guys I've never met and probably never likely to, from the opposite side of the world to me, are keen to help..
    Cheers Joe
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  9. Posts : 46
    64-bit 10240 10 Pro
       #19

    Your resolution should be set to the Displays Default or native resolution. If you go to your control panel and click on display then show resolution it should say which is native.

    The display adapter will be after name using that program
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  10. Posts : 15
    Windows10
    Thread Starter
       #20

    Gary said:
    Your resolution should be set to the Displays Default or native resolution. If you go to your control panel and click on display then show resolution it should say which is native.

    The display adapter will be after name using that program

    Thanks Gary but not sure where in Control Panel that Display is to click on it
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