ummm pls help :_:

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xmax

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Reinstall your graphics drivers, or update them. If you're using Nvidia. Geforce Experience is a great tool to check if you're up to date.
I noticed the 'Microsoft Basic Render Driver'
This usually means your gfx card isn't even configured yet for use. i.e, you need drivers.
 

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Hmm, could you help me a bit on this?
here are my specs

http://gyazo.com/aae8eb4261ea98502fb29896f350980f
 

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Go to the 'Display' tab for me, that's where your gfx card is listed.
 

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http://gyazo.com/1601814334bc67558106f7fa1e576540
 

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do you have a graphics card installed on your PC? Right now you're defaulting as if you have none.
If you do, go download the specific drivers for your graphics card.
 

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not really sure, I wasn't the one who set my pc up. I thought I had downloaded the drivers, guess not. Do you have a link for them?
 

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actually, I found where i'm suppose to download them. doing it now, Should I download the chipset drivers aswell?
 

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Usually you'd get a CD from the graphics card's manufacturer.
However, trying downloading 'Speccy'. It's a very small tool that shows all advanced information about your PC. And we're looking for your GPU information specifically.

Official download page: http://

EDIT: Was replying while you typed the second response.

And that's great. And yes, download those too.
 
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