Driver Intel is originally Vista back slowly on Satellite A200 - 1 M 5

Hello
I bought a new laptop Satellite A200 - 1 M 5 with Windows Vista, this is the first time that I use this operating system, and while I was exploring "Advanced Tools" on the performance Information; I got this waring 'Intel graphics driver in Kernel Mode causes Windows to relax slowly', if you may well want to ask whether someone met with such a message of warning and I would be very grateful if someone feeds back to this topic.

Thanks in advance

Hey Buddy,

I found a post in another forum and they say it s not that big a deal as it seems. Just do the following:

go to "http://downloadcenter.intel.com/" and download the latest driver for your graphics card (download the drivers for 945GM) and then the error message shouldn´t appears more.

Another suggestion is to upgrade your BIOS to the latest version available. You can get the BIOS from here:

http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/download_drivers_bios.jsp

Any comments would be appreciated... :)

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