First of all (a tip, because you're new here) don't start a new discussion, but just click 'reply' on the message you want to reply.
Then back to business.
If you have a brand name computer, it's likely they supplied you with something called a Restore CD. If you run that, it restores the PC to the state it was in when it left the factory, and you just bought it. Including the video driver. Apparently, you didn't use such, but if you have it, better do so.
Also, if you have a brand name computer (like HP, Compaq, IBM, Dell) and you know the exact model number (like Presario 5530 or so) you can go to the website of the maker (like www.hp.com) and download the necessary driver. Each model may have it's own videocard, and these sites provide search functions to find them.
If you have something else (unknown brand or custom build), you should have a diskette or a cd that came with the computer, of with the video card (I don't know the history, of course) that contains the driver. Or at least you should have documentation which tells you what videocard you have. Have a good look in your things.
If none of the above, look what Device Manager says about the video card. It might have a name or a number other than 'Standard VGA'. If not, download belarc advisor or aida32 programs, run them and see what they can tell you about the card.
If still nothing, open the case, look if you do have a separate videocard or if it's integrated on the motherboard. See if you can find any identifying marks on it.
When arrived here, post again for the sequel. Finding the right driver is essential, and knowing what to look for is necessary for that, unless you have it on CD.
Thank you Kees for your advice/help.
Please explain how I would reinstall Video Card Driver.
Thank you in advance.