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AGP Display card Driver Missing

Dear sir,
I have bought a Albatron AGP 8X Display card but I lost theDriver. Can you please e-mail or provide me the web site for download. Not sure the model number but I copied every number on the card for you:
Computer bar code: 9GA62ALQ-M00-10AS1 96020022


Number Printed on card: N15141 D33282

HT B 94V-O


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  • treecheung Nov 09, 2007


    Thank you. I did try to visit the web site that you gave me. But I cannot find my model. It is Geforce 6200, AGP6200ALQ (8X). Can you pls help again ? Thanks



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This is an nVidia card.

Lucky for you, nVidia still makes drivers for their cards, despite who the manufacturer may be.

Don't worry about the fact that Albatron made it. Their site may even have drivers...

But I have always found that using the nVidia drivers works just fine.

Go here:

Select the appropriate settings from the drop-down menus there. The settings you should have should look as follows:

Product Type: GeForce
Product Series: GeForce 6 Series
Operating System: Windows <XP or Vista? 32-bit is fine.>
Language: English (US)

Make sure you choose the right Operating System. If you have Windows XP, then select that. If you have Windows Vista, then select that. If you are not sure whether you have 32-bit or 64-bit, just choose 32-bit. It should work fine. If you KNOW you have a 64-bit version of Windows, then use that.

Click the "Search" button when you are done. It should take you to the most recent version of the Forceware drivers.

Check in the "I have read and agree..." box. Then download the drivers and install them.

If you click on the "Products Supported" tab before downloading, you will see "GeForce 6600 LE" listed in the lower half of the list. This is YOUR card. :)

Good luck with that.


Posted on Nov 07, 2007

  • Cory Kielion
    Cory Kielion Nov 09, 2007

    No, no...

    Your model IS covered by that driver. You see... The driver is not for the card... It is for the Graphics Processing Unit and the architecture that goes with it.

    Whether it is made by Albatron, MSI, eVGA, etc does not matter. The chip is still the same. (Each manufacturer tweaks it to their desired specs. That is the only difference.)

    Your card is using the GeForce 6200 chip. (Although the product specs above gave me the "6600LE" when I made my first post...)

    Either way, if you download that driver, it will cover ALL models in the GeForce 6xxx series. Including your card. They use what they call a "Universal Driver Package" for all of their current cards. (Except for the older ones which they have discontinued.)

    So you can get it either there where I gave you a link to, or you can get it at Albatron's own website. Here is the product's driver page for your card.

    It is completely up to you where you download the driver. Albatron may have taken nVidia's drivers and made a few modifications to those drivers for their own card, but the core of the software is still pretty much the same.

    Just trust me on this. The worst that could happen is you'd have to boot into Safe Mode and uninstall the drivers (easily) through the Add/Remove Programs console. :)

    Keep two things in mind while you're considering your choice, however.

    1.) The driver at Albatron's website is FAR outdated.

    2.) The driver at Albatron's website is most likely not going to be compatible with Windows Vista.

    Again, I strongly recommend downloading the Forceware drivers from nVidia's own website. They DID make the chip after all. All other manufacturers are licensed by nVidia to use the chip on their cards.

    Here is the link again:

    Ignore the list. Just select which version of Windows you are using and download the driver package and install it.

    You won't regret it. :)



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