Question about Nvidia Computers & Internet
It seemed Advent stopped supporting monitor. Monitor works perfectly well with XP, Vista & Win 7, but not with Win 8.1. I'm using win 8.1 and NVIDIA Graphics Driver 307.68 - both seems to be incorporated and updates with Windows update. NVIDIA GeForce 7500 LE Adapter doesn't seem to be compatible with monitor; as when in use there's a blank screen with an "out of range" message. I uninstalled NVIDIA GeForce 7500 LE Adapter and installed Microsoft Basic Display Adapter which seems to work, until NVIDIA GeForce 7500 LE Adapter would re-download and reinstall itself and then knocks Microsoft Basic Display Adapter out; and then the blank screen with "out of range" message would return. Display detects monitor as 17" when it's a 19" screen. Also, unable to set monitor correct resolution 1440 X 900. Monitor only works on 1280 X 1024 setting using Microsoft Basic Display Adapter - any other settings it goes out of range. At present, I have Windows update set to "Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them." This is because I don't want Windows to update automatically, as NVIDIA GeForce 7500 LE Adapter will knock Microsoft Basic Display Adapter monitor out... If I can't get proper driver/adapter for monitor, I would have to block NVIDIA from installing on my PC; but by doing so I think it may stop the graphics card from working entirely.
Goto device manager , uninstall the card. go into control panel and check that the driver is uninstalled from the programs list. Swich of the pc for a minute or two then reboot Windows updares does not download drivers for graphics cards so will not install or reinstall the driver that is causing the issue, 307? Users forget to uninstall from program manger in control panel which is why the card keeps reinstalling with the undesired driver.
Please let me know what happens
Posted on Jun 05, 2015
Testimonial: "I'd left monitor for a while, now I'm back on the case! I done all that was suggested, but nothing change. NVIDIA still reinstall itself. It seem NVIDIA is my graphic card software. I downloaded the latest NVIDIA and set up a custom resolution for monitor (1440 x 900) by using another monitor then connected affected monitor; it worked, but when PC was turned off overnight and booted the next day the custom resolution was lost. Why doesn't NVIDIA appear in safe mode, so I can do settings from there?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NVIDIA GeForce 6600
Did you try installing and updating the driver of the graphics card dedicated to the operating system "VISTA" ? Sometimes there is some difference between vista's driver and XP's driver.
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
SOURCE: Is my Motherboard compatible?
Probably not. There is not quite enough information in your post to really help, but from what I'm finding on the GeForce 6800 GT, it is only available in PCI-Express and AGP 8x (AGP3.0) Versions. Your motherboard only supports AGP 1x, 2x and 4x (AGP2.0) cards.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
SOURCE: Is my Motherboard compatible?
Try to find out what the AGP voltage is on the motherboard.
Some graphics cards use 1.5 volts and some use 3.
If it's a 1.5 volt AGP slot and you plug a 3 volt graphics card in, it either wont work or you could permanantly damage both card and motherboard.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Most like the sound card you have is not compatible with Windows Vista. You need to check the manufacturers website to see if there is any patch for Windows Vista
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
There's a chance that your screen resolution is set higher than your monitor can handle. Try booting into safe mode and see if you can resolve the problem. You may also have to configure the BIOS to use the expansion slot that your using for the primary video, and turn the integrated (on-board) one off. (If you haven't already done so)
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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