|25 Feb 2011||#1|
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Nvidia Graphics Card not recognized
Hi - this is my first time writing on this forums.
I've been spending hours and hours going through relative threads and so on.
However, I still don't have a clue - or may be it is just a dead end.
Here is the situation:
My girlfriend decided to upgrade her Chinese laptop "HASEE A460-i3 D2."
I've never seen this laptop or this company before, but I figured it would be easy to install SSD and 8GB RAM. Hardware installation was breeze, and the I installed Windows 7 64bit Ultimate Edition.
However, the problem came from installing graphic card driver.
I realized that the graphic card was not being recognized.
Based on the label on the laptop, it was suppsoe to have "nVidia GT325M."
So I tried downloading the driver from this nVidia website and got this:
This graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware.
So I tried using Nvidia Auto detect program and got this:
The manufacturer of this system requires that you download the driver for your GPU from their support site.
The GeForce M series and GeForce Go series notebook GPUs use drivers that have been customized by the notebook manufacturers to support hot key functions, power management functions, lid close and suspend/resume behavior. NVIDIA has worked with some notebook manufacturers to provide notebook-specific driver updates, however, most notebook driver updates must come from the notebook manufacturer. Additionally, the desktop GeForce graphics drivers will not install on Geforce M series and Quadro M series notebook GPU's.
So I went to this laptop company's website... using google translate and stuff. And I realized the driver on website is for only 32-bit version. And I do not see any 64-bit driver. I am stuck with Standard VGA Graphics Adapter, with Windows rating of 1.0. CPU-Z does not recognize the graphic card either (just says Standard VGA Graphics Adapter) and GPU-Z says GPU of GT216..
So do you think if there is anyway to tweak or do something to get this graphic card working? If not - does it mean I have to downgrade to 32bit?
Please help me show me what this forum is capable of!!!
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|25 Feb 2011||#2|
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Oh the "Hasee" website address is this - you can see the list of drivers on the very bottom of this page.
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