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Windows 7: nVidia Control Panel

27 May 2009   #21

Windows 7

Thanks for your help and time everyone, Much Love

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27 May 2009   #22
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64

No problem, glad to help :)

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27 May 2009   #23

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EqueL View Post
Yay, I checked the Optional Updates, and found nVidia Display Drivers there.. Downloaded it and Installed, and everything worked.
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03 Aug 2009   #24

windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EqueL View Post
I've searched whole Google, and couldn't find anything..
It just doesn't appear on Desktop with Right Click, or in Control Panel..
I really need to get to the Digital Vibrance Colors :|

Any Ideas? I Have GF 9800 GT. Got the latest drivers from nVidia site...
maybe I should get some newer DirectX ? Anyone knows?
I'm having the same problem, I can't find the Control Panel... I'm using a GeForce 5500. I tried installing nvidia driver after all the motherboard drivers, but still can't find it.

Any help?
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04 May 2010   #25

Need some help!

I just bought a new Pc, an Asus U7300, and like everything was ok with it until, the windows update went on and after restarting , I lost the nVidia control panel, the whole thing its gone and my screen resolution its ****ed up , I got two option, 800x 600 and 1024x 768, the whole pc its on wired modus, its like I'm on administrator , but ! I don’t really have that much control over anything. Well I don't know what going on but I'm srsly panicking!
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16 May 2010   #26

Windows 7 ultimate
nVidia control panel win 7

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16 May 2010   #27

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit

I have a 7600 GS which was an upgrade from previous Nvidia card. When I installed it, the control panel would not work. For me, the cause was a driver issue. I tried six different drivers before I got the card to work right with Win 7 and the control panel to work - and it was not the latest driver nor the beta driver. Since then I have no problems with the card nor control panel.

The version that worked for me is dated 1/11/2010. I know your card will have different versions; but you might have success doing some experimenting. Don't forget to write down the version number you currently have installed.
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17 May 2010   #28

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by KinghtRider56 View Post

I installed a BFG Tech "3D Fuzion 3DFR7300LEE GeForce 7300LE 256MB(128MB on Board) 64-bit DDR PCI Express x16 Video Card" in a Windows 7 ultimate 64bit .
The problem is that I cant get the darn IVidia control panel to work with Win 7. Any suggestions on how to make it work...

Hi, KinghtRider56,

Perhaps this thread might be your reference:
Nvidia, Digital Vibrance and Image Sharpening

For your 7300 in W7 x64, you are suggested to test which driver will be workable this way:
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by woolswell View Post
7 series are old enough, my card is as ancient as yours. Few newer drivers would give them full function and most of them not.

I had tested almost every Nvidia x64 driver for Windows 7 from 170.xx to the newest 197.75, and only three ones' digital vibrance and image sharpening options would function normally: 174.55, 191.66, and 195.62. And you're adviced to try 191.66 firstly.

1. Download Nvidia Driver 191.66 W7 x64 here.

2. Extract the downloaded file and rename the file folder as Nvidia 191.66 W7 x64 .

3. Download the Modified Inf. file there, then move and replace the nv_disp.inf file to your
Nvidia 191.66 W7 x64 file folder.
nVidia Control Panel-1.png
If 191.66 works not, then try:

1. 174.55 for vista x64 here.
Extract the downloaded file and click the setup.exe to install directly (this one need not replace the nv_disp.inf file).

2. 195.62 for W7 x64 here.
Extract the downloaded file and click the setup.exe to install directly (this one need not replace the nv_disp.inf file).
Hope the above will be a little help~~~~

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