|31 Mar 2013||#11|
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And now yet a third opinion. I agree with graphics drivers newer is NOT always better. I have one that works fine (nVIDIA), why change it?
Another way would be to go to Device Manager/Display Adapter/your GPU, right click and select Uninstall and delete driver. Reboot and run Windows Update. This has worked for me and nVIDIA.
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