ATI graphics card does not work

I have the Hp DV6-3085tx computer laptop with windows 7 64 bit.  Once while working the display on the screen disappeared suddenly and restarted, then leave ATI Mobility Graphics Card(512mb) does not work.  To troubleshoot it show Windows has stopped the operation of the graphics card (Code 43). I repeated it, still problem remains unresolved. What should I do?

Hello

Code 43 - one of the motors controlling the unit notified the operating system that the device has failed somehow.

Use your warranty and get in touch with HP to inform them of this problem. How all the information here (just choose your country).

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