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I want something that will run the graphics card right.
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What I really should have asked is what driver I should be using, since all of the ones I had dl-ed so far didn’t work. With the modded inf it should work. Support Discussion English Search In.
That would be absolutely wonderful. Replace the original inf with the modded inf and it should install properly. No problem, glad to be of assistance. Edited August 25, by Shaythong. Message 7 of 7. 77150m driver from Nvidia site ‘should’ work.
nVidia GeForce 7150M / nForce 630M drivers for Windows XP x86
If your problem is solved or question answered by my post, please click the Accepted Solution button in that post. How to install them in XP: I get some to install, but I get an error message saying that my drivers aren’t compatible. Already have an account? Message 6 of 7. Driver provided by Nvidia does not work. Newer drivers work fine in Vista and Win 7.
Thank you very much, sir.
nVidia GeForce m on XP bit – Support Discussion (English) – LaptopVideo2Go Forums
Message 3 of 7. Download driver heredouble click and select extract, 2. This topic has been archived. Message 1 of 7. Mostly, I’ve tried installing drivers after a clean install. Sign In Sign Up. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
But when I restart the computer, it BSoDs, and when I uninstall the drivers again, to check if that’s the problem, and look at the display config, 7150, gives me an error message about my driver not being compatible. Download that driver and the modded inf. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
The reason the driver is not running is presumably because the inf doesn’t support your card.
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Your laptop should run better using XP than Vista with that notebook so there is no need to reinstall Vista. My computer is supposed to run Vista, and I have it on there, still, but Message 4 of 7.