Your vga driver needs updating
If you find a yellow exclamation by the Standard VGA Graphics Adapter entry under Display Adapter in your Device Manager, it generally indicates that a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter update is needed.
Follow the steps given below to perform a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter update: Click on Start - System Go to Hardware Tab and click on Device Manager Under Display Adapter, double click on Standard VGA Graphics Adapter to views its Properties Click on Details tab and search for the Hardware IDS for the Graphics Card in the given list The Hardware IDs have Vendor and Device IDs.
I have a Mac Book air (13 inch, Mid 2012) I had previously used an apple thing called "bootcamp" to partition the hard disk. I downloaded from apple a zip file that contained all the drivers and a setup or install program. It does not work, I roll it back and the cycle repeats. Here is some more info in case it is of use to you gurus This driver works: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000(Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.2) Driver Provider: Intel Corporation Driver Date: 26/05/2012 Driver Version: 9.17.10.
Boot camp also allows you to assign which os is used with the computer boots. Boot Camp5.0.5033I ran the setup program and everything was installed and worked.
Once you have downloaded the required Driver, install it and your system will recognize your Graphics Card after a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter update.
The Standard VGA Graphics Adapter refers to display hardware on your computer.
Some video cards are listed in the Device Manager as Standard VGA Graphics Adapter.