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Driver is not installing

I've installed the hardware and it showing 256 Ram, NVidia Corp. etc. before window start on a black screen. And after openning the window(Windows XP) I got the "Add New Hardware" screen. After clicking next to install software(driver) form CD, the wizard telling that driver is not compatible with hardware. And also, if I insert the cd into cd rom then a big window appers and showing the list of supported hardware(Grafix Card). And I can see my grafix card (GeForce FX 5500) there in the list. After cancelling it the green window having menu (Install Driver, Install Direct X........etc) appears but on the top of that window "No Suitable Driver" heading is showing. So I can't install the driver. Though I've clicked a lot on the "Install Driver" option. But the CD is fine, and it is working on other machine having same grafix card. Plz give me some solution..........

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    Anirban Paul Dec 11, 2008

    No I've done the installation using the xp driver.

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Check that the driver is compatible with your operating system
Vista or XP.
My card has 2 type of drivers
1 for XP and the other for Vista
You may be trying to install the wrong one

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