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Windows 7: Will Jaton Corp - GeForce 400 Graphic Card support win 7 home premium


23 Dec 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 
Will Jaton Corp - GeForce 400 Graphic Card support win 7 home premium

Hi guys i have a window 7 home premium so my question is will Jaton Corp - GeForce 400 Graphic Card work best with the windows 7 effect and etc.. jaton corp is using GeForce2 MX400.

Here is its info from bestbuy.com


Video-118PCI Series is 2D/3D graphics and multimedia accelerator, which is made by Jaton Corporation. This accelerator is GeForce2 MX/MX400 core technology based with single chipset solution, which is provided by nVIDIA.

By incorporating GeForce2 MX break-through 3D architecture, in a 2-pipe form, GeForce2 MX delivers the full GeForce2 GTS 3D feature set at mainstream price points.

For feature-rich multimedia solution, Video-118PCI Series (GeForce2 MX400) is implanted bridge and port on analog TV output function.

Video-118PCI Series (GeForce2 MX400) is ongoing product from Jaton corporation, to combine a better solution with a heritage of bringing the cutting edge technology, this video adapter is cost-effective promise from Jaton to the mainstream PC market.
Product Features

* Maximum Resolution: 2048 x 1536
* Analog Signal: Yes
* Chipset Line: GeForce
* Chipset Series: MX
* Chipset Model: 400
* Standard Memory: 32 MB
* Memory Technology: DDR SDRAM
* Host Interface: PCI
* VGA: Yes
* Number of VGA Outputs: 1
* Composite Video: Yes
* Number of Composite Video Outputs: 1
* Package Contents:

* Video-118PCI Multimedia Accelerator
* Software & Documents CD
* Quick Start Guide (Printed)

* Standard Warranty: 2 Year Limited
Additional Details

Am not looking to play game with this graphic card just trying to get the nice windows 7 effects and to get a screen Resolution of 2048 x 1536. The computer is a dell dimension 2400 desktop came with window xp but i installed window 7 home premium.

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23 Dec 2011   #2

Windows 8.1 Pro x64
 
 

The Geforce MX400 series was discontinued a long time ago, you won't even find any compatible WDDM driver for Windows 7 hence no Aero, no visual effects and no high resolutions, this card is 10 years old and all software updates were dropped.

Get a new Graphics Card.
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23 Dec 2011   #3
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

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just trying to get the nice windows 7 effects
Not going to happen. It will work with Windows 7, but you will get zero of any of the effects as that card is just far too old and has absolutely none of the hardware requirements for Aero and such. You also will not find a windows 7 driver for it as there isn't one (and anyone that tells you otherwise is lying). The best your going to get for it is the last XP driver from back in 2006,

ForceWare Windows XP/2000 32-bit

that will likely take running in compatibility mode,

Compatibility Mode

to install. It will also likely take that XP driver for it to run at the resolution you are asking about, but you are asking a lot from that poor old thing.
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