I just upgraded to Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and cannot get my graphics card drivers
to load properly. I'm getting the same "Code 43" error everyone else I've read about seems to be getting. I've also tried every fix I've read about but to no avail.
Is there any final solution for this. The Windows 7 Compatibility website shows that my graphics card is fully compatible, but I cannot get the full power out of it. I think it's just running in standard VGA Mode.
Board - ASRock 4CoreDual-Sata2 R2.0
Chip - Intel Dual Core 2.50Ghz
Graphics Card - XFX Nvidia Geforce 6200 512Mb 64-Bit
RAM - 2Gb DDR2 PC2 5300
I've checked ASRocks website for drivers but there's none available. I've run multiple driver
versions direct from Nvidia but none work. I've used the "stock" driver that Windows 7 uses if I "delete" the card from the system and re-enable it and that doesn't work either.
This setup worked perfectly on WinXP 32-Bit when I had it. But since I upgraded to Windows 7 64-Bit I can't get the graphics card to work for the life of me. Can someone please point me in the right direction to correct this?