Re: restoring the correct video driver after MS update reset to default VGA driver
- From: "WSZsr" <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 17:18:11 -0500
Have you tried to "roll back" the driver in Device manager?
"vbDavidC" <davidsusergroups@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:ed8d9f6c-7290-43f3-b027-6422a1c7c39c@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I am trying to figure out if there is a way to determine what video
adapter driver was installed after windows reset the driver to a
default VGA driver. We were able to determine it was a nvidia 440MX
and I installed the driver although there were a bunch to choose from,
some were nvidia and some were Microsoft. However one of his graphics
programs is not displaying his drawings correctly.
I am helping out a friend remotely who contacted me after he was
having problems with the video on his computer. He said he started
having problems after his MS automatic updates ran. I tried to going
to a previous day's restore point but it did not work. I am going to
try turning off my AV since some post suggested that could be a
But is there some kind of log or history that might list the previous
driver I was using.
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