20 Most Recent Gateway GeForce2 MX400, (64 MB) AGP Graphic Card Questions & Answers


i am fairly certain that the gefoprce 2 agp video cards are not comparable with windows 7. consult the windows 7 upgrade compatibility tool.
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Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


i can almost promise you, without researching, that agp video cards are not compatable with windows 7. if they are its rare. if the nvidia site has offered no windows 7 drivers, then it is not compatable.
http://www.nvivia.com/

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


try this driver first, and, if id doesnt work, get back to me

i i can access a physical disk by next wednesday,-latest. i know someone who has that video card, and all the documentation/disks.

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


You need a minimum of 128 MB of Video RAM to run Aero so if you really want to use it you conna have to change the video card. Look here for a detailed minimum requirements under Requirements part: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Aero

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Feb 12, 2011


driver wont matter buddie that mx 400 aint made for games ok upgrad eyour card to nicer one to play alot new games what kinda slot u have pci or agp

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Mar 07, 2010


download this:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_71.89.html
I used version 93.71 and it crash.
this version will make your 3d stuff work.
and put it in xp mode.
there won't be aero.

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010


download this:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_93.71.html
this will make most 3d stuff work better

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010


The problem is not on the monitors, but came from you AGP card, The video card located on AGP slot, try to release and plug again, if the problem still the same, replace your graphic card

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Oct 21, 2009


Before you installed the Geforce graphics card was your monitor connected to a video output on the motherboard?
If this is he case you may have to disable the onboard video card from the BIOS.
You can check by swapping the monitor's video connector between each of the video outputs.
If Vista detects a video card and you had not installed the video driver, it would install standard VGA driver, you can then install the Geforce driver.

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Jan 02, 2009


The geforce2 mx400 is an agp video card. If you want to stick to the same agp slot you don't have many options these days and the prices are very similar to PCIE slots except the PCIE is a newer technology that would provide a lot better performance.

If you can afford it you should upgrade your motherboard to one that support PCIE and then get a good PCIE video card. The best price/performance these days are the 8600GT cards so look into that. The money you save buying a new video card may even contribute significantly to a new motherboard plus you get other benefits with a newer mobo ie. faster ram, SATA technology more usb ports and support for more CPUs.

Just becareful on what CPU you are using at the moment and make sure the new motherboard supports your cpu.

alternatively look for a used agp slot graphics card ie. the ati 9800pro or nvidia 6xxx series is a good choice of a slight upgrade from where you are.

good luck

smeags.

Gateway GeForce2... | Answered on Jan 08, 2008


"No signal found" is a generic display from a monitor that is not receiving a signal from the input cable. Your tower, however, may or may not be functioning. If you have another source to connect the monitor to (laptop or other PC) you can try that. Most monitors have a "menu" button. You could press that to see if a menu is displayed on the monitor, That will indicate that the monitor is working as a stand-alone. It will also indicate which input source is being used. If the input source is incorrect, then no signal is being received from the incorrect source. As far as the tower is concerned, the are a myriad of causes for no signal to the monitor. It could be unbootable due to a hardware failure at the mainboard level or the power supply. If you hear a single beep then the main board has passed it's diagnostic testing successfully (memory is ok, chips and CPU are ok). If you hear more than a single beep, the main board is having a problem. If a single beep occurs, them most likely it is the graphics controller. any other failure would be displayed on the monitor. If the graphics controller is on the main board, then you will need to install a new graphics card, bypassing the main board's controller. Was this a working system at one time?

Gateway... | Answered on May 17, 2019


you will need software like NERO to burn cd or dvd select the option (burn image to disc) for mp3 cd to play on all cd players or if you try this go to your downloaded file and clik once left then once right clik then you see the option (send to) put cursor on that option then then another menu will come up then select your dvd drive if you cannot play that dvd after its burned you might need either dvd creator software or you might need a dvd player with Divx capability...you might already have dvd and cd burning software already on your pc like power producer im sure you'll get it on piratebay.org if you download utorrent first<(FREE) hope this helps be carefull of viruses on pirate bay

Gateway... | Answered on May 08, 2019

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