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Hardware is not detected by the Computer

A rediculus problem is in my grafix card. After installing the hardware, when I started window then a "new hardware found" window appears. But when I click next to install the driver from CD along with garfix card it is showing that no suitable drier found. But for the first time it was working fine. And after that it is not working(After first installation, for 5 days I didn't got any problem but suddenly I got my screen lost it's resolution). Plz let me know how to fix this kinda problem.

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  • Anirban Paul
    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    I alredy have done this. It saying that hardware is not compitable with software, like this. But I'm doing this by the software comes in CD along with the Hardware.

  • Anirban Paul
    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    Sorry, yaar. I actually scrwed up. Actually I've done that 3dys before. But u plz give me a better solution. I conface what I've done. Plz forgive me. Plz get me out of this problem

  • Anirban Paul
    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    Plz help me out.

  • Anirban Paul
    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    Ok. After downloading I'll send u the result.

  • Anirban Paul
    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    No, driver is not working, it shows the "The NVDIA setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit".

  • Anirban Paul
    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    plz give me something to fix this problem........

  • den2x Apr 07, 2009

    I cn't install the Nvidia driver, it says " the nvidia setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware." I've uninstall the onboard driver but still the same problem. My motherboard is Asus P5PE-VM.

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Go to device manager and right click on graphics card..and select update driver..and give path as CD-Drive

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