Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Hi, sorry for the late answer. I have tried many different drivers, I found a guy who said that the latest fx drivers will work if you modify the ini file with the guid of your card. Are you using 32 or 64 bit Win7? You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Do you already have an account?
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This is the same message I get with the You must log in or sign up to reply here. Hi, I’m sorry, I know this is a forum for laptops, but I’m running out of solutions here.
If that’s the case, you can drop down to x screen windoww and it should work fine. How are you trying to install them exactly? Ok I can’t get this to work, I have a toshiba qosmio F10 with an Nvidia go in it, and I can’t find any drivers that will work with it and windows 7.
As english is not my native language, can somebody be so gentle to explain me what zantax did, and his worked under windows 7?
nvidia go fx 5700 and windows 7 32bit
Just use the latest Win7 drivers from the nvidia site – they should work. Good luck with it! You might want to check out this thread: Unless you have a driver specifically you are suggesting to download and try, the ones for the standard fx do not work I get an error message that no supported hardware on your computer. SO any other suggestions?
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NeoElNinoOct 9, Toshiba of course has xp drivers fromand those suck even in xp, and they don’t work in windows 7 at all. Just download the drivers from the Nvidia site. Next I tried downloading some vista drivers for my card and they seem to install but then I get a blue screen and constant reboots.
Setup will now exit. Try the latest drivers. The ChubuFeb 8, Already have an account? ApparatusDec 26, Now the problem i am having is that my friend ended up putting Win7 on the computer and now i cant get the video card to work, the computer has a nvidia geforce go fx integrated video card, which i cant get too work on win7 or win xp.
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