Re: Need help please
do you have another screen you could use to test to see if it is a problem with the monitor?
I really don't think the lack of a driver would cause the screen to be "fuzzy" but just not as crisp as it would be with them. Especially since you are running onboard graphics to begin with so it really isnt an apples and oranges difference between the two for just viewing a desktop and such.
You could also try adjusting the screens resolution to see if that may have something to do with it although it really wouldn't make it fuzzy either just bigger icons and such. Go to start > Control panel > Appearance and personalization > adjust screen resolution > and then move the slider to get a higher resolution and see if that helps at all.
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