These links should help you locate drivers and support for your graphics card.
Information on how to update your drivers in Windows XP and Vista is at the end of the list below.
The most complete sites for graphics card drivers are these:
If you cannot find the driver or information you want on the sites above, you might find these links helpful:
MPC (formerly Micron PC)
How to update your drivers in Windows XP and Vista
First determine what type of video card you have. To do this:
- Click Start
- Click Run if you are using Windows XP (Windows Vista users click on the Search bar instead)
- In the box type DXDIAG
- Click OK. This will bring up the DirectX Diagnostic Tool
When the tool finishes loading, click the Display tab.
In the Device section, next to Name is the name of your video card. You may want to write this down. The Manufacturer is the company that manufactured your video card.
To find the latest driver go to the manufacturer's website. They should have a support ection or a driver section where you can find the drivers for the device listed in DXDIAG.
Follow the instructions on the manufacturer's website to download and install the latest drivers.
If you can't find a driver or the manufacturer's site, refer to the documentation that came with the hardware or your computer for support.