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    755 dell


    how do i do this
    It might be caused by some driver issue. Since you have PC, it can be caused by AMD or Nvidia drivers or motherboard drivers etc. The best thing you can do is to just reinstall them again.
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    Do what? If you finish a question now and again you may get an answer, no-one in here is psychic.
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    The OP keeps starting new Posts! instead of answering old one's !
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    And makes zero sense in any of them
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 22H2 19045.2486
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    walleyeblugill said:
    how do i do this
    It might be caused by some driver issue. Since you have PC, it can be caused by AMD or Nvidia drivers or motherboard drivers etc. The best thing you can do is to just reinstall them again.

    Hello, Timmy.

    Go to -> Setting -> Updates and Security -> Check For Updates

    Window should download and install the drivers necessary for your PC to run stable.


    If, by chance you have hardware that needs a specific driver that Windows can't match, go to the hardware manufacturer's website for a driver or update.

    Good luck.
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