You might see if a driver exists for that specific model and install it.
My PC is a DELL Dimension E520, running WinXP (SP2). How do I stop the New Hardware wizard from popping up at each bootup?
I had to re-connect my LCD display via a VGA cable since the DVI output of my video card has failed (shows permanent sleep mode). Since I view my monitor at 1024 x 768, this VGA connection is fine and I don't think I need to replace my video card right now.
With the very same video card installed (but connected via VGA cable), ever time I boot I get the 'Found new hardware' bubble trying to find a driver for my video card. I keep canceling. The drive already installed is working fine. Checking the Device Mgr shows all is happy under 'Display Adapters' (no explanation mark). Also says, "this device is working properly".
My video card is a nVidia GeForce 7300 LE and came with my Dell PC 3.5 years ago.
Thanks for any help.