Quote: Originally Posted by ROBO666
Quote: Originally Posted by gldndragn
uninstall the drivers for your old card COMPLETELY, BEFORE you install the new card.
I don't have a card, I think. It says this: Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family
Is that a card?
in your Device Manager, Windows Key+Pause/Break, you will see where it says display adapter, uninstall what is there, then shut down your computer, install the new card in your system if you are wanting to use it, then turn on your computer. After that install the Nvidia drivers you downloaded earlier.
I recommend cancelling letting Windows look for drivers, and autoupdate of drivers, as Microsoft Update is notorious for driver updates on Nvidia products that don't work that well, at least as my opinion...sorry guys, I know there are some die hard MS Update fans out there.