The Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 is a video card that is built into the central circuit board or motherboard on some PC's with an Intel processor. This on-board, or sometimes called integrated video card, can not be removed, but can be replaced by plugging in a separately purchased video card to the motherboard. Before upgrading to a new non-integrated video card uninstall the drivers for the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 to avoid errors and conflicts. A driver is a specific set of files that allows a hardware device to communicate with the other components of the PC.
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Click "Start" on the Windows 7 desktop followed by typing "Device Manager" into the search box that appears and pressing "Enter". The device manager window comes into view showing a number of device categories.
Open the "Display Adapters" heading and then double click on the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator. A video display properties window opens.
Click on the "Driver" tab in the video display properties window and then press the "Uninstall Driver" button. Windows proceeds to uninstall the driver for the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator video card. Close the device manager to resume normal computer use.
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