Can you go back to a working restore point, check for Windows Updates,
and see if it's suggesting a video card driver? If so, you can tell it
to not suggest that driver again. Otherwise, you may have to step
through updates individually or in small groups until you can tell which

one is blowing up your system. Then, tell it not to suggest that
update.

To troubleshoot any issues particular to that video chipset, we'd need
to know specifics about make/model/etc.

You can see it at
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16856101117

The onboard video is Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 integrated in the
processor
The chipset is a North Bridge Intel H67

I was thinking that I would either have to do what you are suggesting or
use the card. I may try to skip the driver that came with the motherboard
and see if Windows can figure it out on its own.


Dave Parnin

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