06-03-2011 11:26 PM
I have a Lenovo Y560-Corei7 laptop and recently due to some windows problems (Windows installed on laptop-Win7) I had to change the windows to a new version. I didn't have access to my backup disks and I don't for now. so when I installed the new windows,Windows Keeps saying that it can't identify my VGA and it uses the Standard VGA Graphic Adapter. I kept installing the VGA drivers (Many versions) but no effect. Drivers Install successfully but there is no Little change in Recognizing the VGA card. Any one can help about this?
06-03-2011 11:37 PM
In windows Automatic Driver Update when i Click on Update Automatically after few seconds it says thet your driver software is uptodate and Keeps showing me the Standard VGA adapter. When I Click for searching Hardware changes It keeps saying only this : Ethernet Controller Driver was not installed successfully :-??
06-04-2011 08:44 AM
Hi and welcome to the forum!
Which graphics card do you have? Y560 comes either with nVidia, Intel or ATI. Did you install the driver from lenovo support or via Windows update?
Maliha (I don't work for lenovo)
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