Question about Nvidia GeForce 7200 Graphic Card
First of all you need to know what video card you have. If you have
Windows and I assume you do go to Start > Control Panel (switch to
classic view) > System click on Device Manager and in the list find
'Display Adapter'. The name of the driver appears. Make a note of it. Go
directly to the website of Gateway. Follow the
instructions to download and install the right driver. Restart your
computer to let it take effect.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2012
Just visit nvidia website, all drivers are on there. hope this helps
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