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Steve wrote:
> I've got an NEC LCD2010X monitor, and everytime I download the latest update
> from MS for either the NVIDA or Matrox Video cards I always find the drivers
> don't work... why ?
> Latest case is with the NVIDA update - I can't go beyond 4bit 640x480....
> Steve

I never get video drivers updates from the MS site for this very reason.
Get your updated drivers directly from the video card manufacturer.

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