Quote: Originally Posted by Dorr404
I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but in the device manager there is a PCI slot that says it needs a driver installed
That's not actually a PCI slot driver. That's a driver for your motherboard to interface with your video card well.
I checked on things for you and you lucked out. Seems you have an nForce4 motherboard which I'm hoping for your sake can support 7. I think it can because you said it worked on Vista.
Anything nForce3 or lower is impossible to work.
So in this case, the simple fix will be to install the chipset drivers for the board from the manufacturer's website. Use the Vista driver and install from the device manager if you have to. If there's a 7 driver, of course use that.
If you run into problems installing, I'll tell you a sure way how to get it to work (as long as you have at least Vista chipset drivers handy.)
Edit - Here you are. Use the Vista driver. Get the right Vista one for Windows you installed - either 32 or 64 bit. If they don't have it, search the net for a chipset driver for your exact type and Vista. http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=e1h9yUaMZAsTwIEN