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21 Feb 2011   #21

Windows 7 64 bit

I did update that driver. Be aware that i did not delete my previous dumps.... just an FYI. to make sure, i did run that utility on the Intel site and says i am up to date. Im not sure if you can tell, but for some reason my ATI drivers are claiming to be 10.11. Longshot but I need to update these, as the re-occuring problem with the HDMI out-put source has resurfaced.

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