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I have an Intel Radeon HD 6700 graphics card. Windows Server 2012 was unable to detect this, so it gave me a standard display adapter instead (no dual monitor support, low-res).

I found the download to the drivers here: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/radeonaiw_win8-64.aspx

With Windows 7 I never had to install anything, it just retrieved the driver for me. So, I was wondering which files I need and how do I manually get the driver installed so I don't have all this junk in my program files directory.

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You can download the installer and extract it using 7-zip or something similar and then find the folder that houses the drivers, I use a Nvidia card and I found the drivers here,

C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\285.62\WinVista_Win7\English\Display.Driver

By hitting the upgrade driver button you can install just the drivers.

Just look for a folder with a lot of inf files.

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