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    Video Driver Detector

    Hi
    Computer crashed efter virus and
    I cannot find any video driver that will worl efter reinstallation of windows.

    It is intergrated video card.
    Motherboard: FIC AE31
    Thay have very very slow FTP server with dirivers and it few to chose, it takes days to download them.

    Do you know some other way how I can detect video chip?

    ==My PC==
    OS: Windows ME
    Motherboar: FIC AE31
    info from AIDA32 (wrong driver ): Trident CyberBlade-i7
    // too far away outside of limit

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    Hey MrBabis,

    Can you post a link................couldn't find a video driver as such, just the motherboard BIOS.............I seem to be able to get a reasonable speed link so I could probably get it for you and post it here?

    This is the BIOS:

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    Are you sure u dont need the Intel Extreme Graphics ? Thats what i needed when i formatted a friends PC, i also used AIDA to try and find drivers but no luck so i downloaded the extreme graphics driver chipset and worked fine, worth a try
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    dunno the info for the Mobo indicates that it is an AMD.. so I doubt that INTEL chips would be found on that MOBO..

    the manufacturer website is not a lot of help:
    http://www.fic.com.tw/product/mother...cy&model_id=45
    Downloads found here:
    http://www.fic.com.tw/support/mother...px?model_id=45

    You will find that VIA drivers will help heaps.. .. Intel on this board will cause more problems... as for Trident CyberBlade-i7 being the chipset.. .. is possable..

    Hey 妯py展ght what end of a gun do you point at some one when you want to shoot them and not yourself.. get your facts right and use bloody google instead of giving Bullshit answers.. just because it worked for you, you were bloody lucky.. and 5 seconds on google would have found that it was a VIA chipset and the likley hood of Intel drivers working would be remote to say the least.

    Now as for download speed.. If your on dial up.. patients.. or find a friend on ISDN or ADSL..

    The Via Folder is the one you need to look at under Video.. and I notice they list a range of boards there.. and yous appears to be not there..

    HAve a look on the Via Web site see what you find there..



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    Thank you all, I found how to find what chip I have.

    I wrote all information about all "big" chips on motherboard and searched for them on the web.
    Most of them was VIA chip's so I looked there and found that
    http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx...ticleID=68&P=5
    If some of bridge or chip have this names so it is via drivers needed.
    Automatical install not worked so I used Hardaware finder in control panel and manual chosed tipe of hware and whare drivers are. So it was the problem.
    // too far away outside of limit

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    Does it now work?

    If not, this is the one you want :

    http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageID=2

    If that doesn't work here is the generic chipset driver from Trident for the "Blade 3D" (it should have "9880" on the chip

    As a general rule, the motherboard manufacturer is likely to have more reliable versions than the individual chip manufacturers.

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