Sorry for not being tech-savvy enough to properly explain my issue. What I'm dealing with is that I'm trying to recover a hand-me down computer that my brother had given up on. It has an Nvidia 7600GS card in it. When I start Windows (xp), the screen resolution is restriced to 800x600 with 4-bit color, on a 22" monitor, to say the least it's ugly. If I disable the video driver, I can turn the resolution up to 1600x1200 but everything moves really jerky. I've tried downloading "fresh" drivers from Nvidia, but get the same results.
I'm sure I haven't really given enough information, but I'm not really sure what more you need.
If you're really sure that the video card is ok and the rest of the system components are compatible with it, I suggest to search for a nVidia driver on www.guru3d.com ...they have modifyed video drivers to work better.Also, a directX 9.0c download would be helpfull......
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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
This is a tip explaining where you can find updated LEGIT drivers for your Nvidia device. Remember that it is always best to have the latest updated driver installed. Also, always try to keep with the driver which is written by the manufacturer.
At the link you will be able to download a wide variaty of Gforce drivers. Just choose your OS and model and download.
At the link beow you will be able to find all your Nvidia driver needs. You will be able to read the latest news on Nvidia products, read reviews and be part of tech forums.
Just click on the link below, where you will be directed to the download site.
Your graphics card drivers may be out of date. I suggest you download and install the very latest drivers for your card. You can reach the Nvidia wesite here. Then go for option 2. It'll automatically find the drivers for what ever Nvidia card you have.
Hello ognetpc, did you install 32-bit or 64-bit video drivers ? Example if you have windows 7 64-bit you must install 64-bit video driver, because nvidia 32-bit video driver will not work properly. I found latest drivers for you video card. Click save driver to your computer, install the driver, don't forget to restart the computer. Here is the link.
Copy and paste link into your browser and press enter.
Hi Cfunk - first of all, that power supply is not nearly enough. Are you sure that's right? It should be at least 350W. I don't when you got your caed but there is a driver out that is only 6 months old . Sometimes the drivers that come with it are not that new, I'll post the kink. What's the make and model # of your machine? Let me know. If the drivers do fix it, PLEASE rate this as fixed. If not, DON'T RATE IT YET. I'll tell you what to do next. Let me know what happens and the info on your machine. Thanks.
This is the latest driver for your video card here!!
The problem that you are describing sounds like a video card driver issue or a system cooling issue!
Also make sure your operating system is fully updated (Windows Update) .
Does it only happen with one particular game, or all the games?
Also look at how hot your computer is getting! Ensure that your processor is being properly cooled and there is enough ventilation within your system!
get back to me if any questions