Tecra A2 blue screen when you select the display settings tab

Hi, I have a Tecra A2 Windows XP SP2 (and all of the updates in automatic mode). Only two months. When I go to display properties and click on the tab settings of the machine crashes with a blue screen. Have tried to reinstall the driver provided on the CD with the machine but makes no difference. I tried downloading a more updated to Intel driver but it says that it cannot install it. Any suggestions from anyone, please?
Also (may be relevant but do not know) in device manager I have two default monitors list and two identical cards - which is how it should be?

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Hello

Yes, to you on time. In the device under Graphics Manager, two graphics controllers appear. But it's not a fault.
Also Toshiba recommend using the graphic drivers of Toshiba. In this case, you should visit Toshiba's pilot Web site, and you need to install the graphics driver from this site.
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/download_drivers_bios.jsp

Check if, after this installation, the blue screen error message occurs

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