devil fish is correct. windows does install a generic driver for the mainboard,which it has to do or the pc would not run.As it says,it is generic and basic,a stop gap if you like until you install the manufacturers drivers. A pc could run quite happilly like this but it would not perform to it's full potential.
No,well i never do anyway. On some boards like mine you have to disable the onboard graphics in the bios so no point installing them. Newer bords just require the new card and driver to be installed which then automatically takes over from the onboard graphics.
Windows when being reinstalled will detect the new graphics card and install drivers for it - probably standard ones but thats enought to get you up and working. I install windows, then the motherboard drivers, then the graphics card drivers then finally anything else. But I always install the motherbaord drivers first.
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