I recently installed a new SSD in my Toshiba Satellite L775 laptop, just got Windows 7 (64 bit) up and running (clean install as my HDD died) and it seems to be functioning apart from the fact I can no longer access the resolutions I used to (1600x900 I think).
I don't want to download the driver from the Toshiba website as I had to get the motherboard replaced a few months ago, the original board had an integrated NVIDIA card, but the new one has a standard Intel card, so I doubt I can get the original drivers. As I recently had it replaced however I know the exact board currently in use, which is a...
Toshiba Satellite L775 Intel Laptop Motherboard s989 69N0Y3M1EB-01 H000032290
The driver I have is the "Standard VGA Graphics Adapter" from Microsoft. The chipset is an Intel SandyBridge Mobile Graphics chipset. When I try to update this driver it says it is already up to date. A brief google search for drivers for this chipset returned this result, but I am scared to start testing random drivers in case I render my laptop unusable without a screen, so I was wondering if anyone was 100% sure this is the correct driver, and also how I go about changing it, do I uninstall the first driver first, or will running the driver installation make it replace the old driver?