After updating driver of my graphic card unable to play pc game
I have installed Geforce FX5500 (forceware version) graphic card and i have updated te driver also. Now when i try to play any pc game for e.g. Need For Speed : carbon it play the intro movie during that it got hang
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If that's for windows you should be able to install the drivers from windows update on windows vista and windows 7, not sure if windows 8 will support that GPU
you can aslo go to www.nvidia.com, select your country, hit drivers>geforce drivers.
select product type "legacy", product series "geforce 4 MX series", select your operation system and language and hit "search". it should give you the forceware release 90 witch will work for windows xp and older windows.
Forceware release 96.85 for Vista should install in Win 7 ok. FX5xxx series cards are no longer supported with driver updates by nVidia, this driver is the last update for it. In general, Vista drivers tend to work ok in 7. URL:
Have you installed the latest driver? Uninstall the old one and install new one after reboot. Don't install the 64bit one at the top asit's beta,good luck John http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=driver&maincat_no=130&prod_no=719
i think you must update your vga driver... you can use search egine to find it at internet just typing :" driver gForce FX5500" or visit nvidia website choose support/download...find your type of your VGA and download it to your PC. after download install it and they will update your driver aotomaticlly...hope it can solce your problem
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us go here and make sure that you have the correct driver downloaded for your graphics card. Select Geforce then select 6 series then select the Windows that you are using and download the driver. Update your current driver with the one that you have just downloaded. Or run the download and follow the instructions on screen. Once your computer restart it should have picked up the correct driver.
Just an enquiry though, when you load a graphics card on to your computer you have got your monitor plugged into the correct plug on the back. It is not plugged into the onboard graphics instead of your graphics card is it?