If your graphics adapter device is integrated on the motherboard, you need to visit the vendor/manufacturers website to get drivers. Only use the generic drivers from SiS (or other websites) if you are unable to locate them from the pc or motherboard vendor/manufacturer. With such a vague hardware description, this is all I can offer at this time:
SiS support: http://www.sis.com/download/agreemen...url=/download/
If you need additional help, we will need the following questions answered:
1: Is it a retail graphics card that you plug into a pci/isa/agp slot or is it integrated on the motherboard?
2: Did it come installed in your computer at the time of purchase or did you add it on later?
3: Used in a desktop or laptop?
4: Brand and model of your computer (if OEM) or brand and model of your motherboard (if it's a retail motherboard)?
5: Did the computer come with Windows XP installed on it from the manufacturer? Or did it come with Windows Vista or Seven installed?