I've gotten myself into a pickle here and really am at a loss as to how to get out of it without re-formatting and re-installing which is most undesirable. It's a Gateway laptop with an 850 MHz processor. There are no manuals no anything that will give me a clue. I was having an audio problem. So, I brilliantly decided to reinstall Windows. When I did it zapped the display driver, and all I could get was a generic vga that would give me 800X600 at 16 colors; not acceptable. I accidentally deleted that VGA and now I get the blue screen on boot-up that tells me the video driver failed to initialize, duh! Does anyone have a clue as to how I can get a display driver in there that will allow a higher rez?