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Windows 7: Help me please.....

04 Jun 2009   #131
jfar

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

Did you try run DXdiag? it might see something.


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04 Jun 2009   #132
DanR

Microsoft Windows 7 version 7100 32x
 
 

I don't want to do the thing with the WIN7 and WIN XP....... if nobody have another way to help me I will just have to use what I have..... but please if you think there is another way LOOK FOR IT AND HELP ME!!!! PLEASE I REALLY NEED IT!!!!!!

thank you.
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04 Jun 2009   #133
smarteyeball

 
 

Unfortunately those shots didn't give any information that could help identify your card except that it's an AGP x4 card.



Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DanR View Post
..... but please if you think there is another way LOOK FOR IT
That was my next suggestion. Open the case and physically inspect the card. At least identify what brand it is: ATI or Nvidia.
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04 Jun 2009   #134
DanR

Microsoft Windows 7 version 7100 32x
 
 

I did it before (look at the previous pages......

Its NVIDIA nForce2
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04 Jun 2009   #135
Orbital Shark

 
 

Have you tried these then? nForce Driver

You will have to right-click the .exe file once downloaded, and select the compatability tab, and select XP Service Pack 2.

Hope this helps
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04 Jun 2009   #136
DanR

Microsoft Windows 7 version 7100 32x
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
Have you tried these then? nForce Driver

You will have to right-click the .exe file once downloaded, and select the compatability tab, and select XP Service Pack 2.

Hope this helps
Didn't worked.....
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04 Jun 2009   #137
The Cool Guy

Windows 8 x64
 
 

Install XP on another partition and identify what version your graphic card is.
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04 Jun 2009   #138
DanR

Microsoft Windows 7 version 7100 32x
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by The Cool Guy View Post
Install XP on another partition and identify what version your graphic card is.

I don't want to do this.....

I told you before try to another way and if there isn't so ill just be with what I have now..... BUT AS I SAID BEFORE TRY TO LOOK FOR ANOTHER WAY!!!!!

tnx.....
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04 Jun 2009   #139
The Cool Guy

Windows 8 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DanR View Post
I don't want to do this.....

I told you before try to another way and if there isn't so ill just be with what I have now..... BUT AS I SAID BEFORE TRY TO LOOK FOR ANOTHER WAY!!!!!

tnx.....
I'm afraid that there is NO OTHER WAY, unless if you want to play your games, you SHOULD INSTALL XP ON ANOTHER PARTITION (OR over windows 7; I suggest you to install it in a different partition, as it won't erase windows 7). Example; If windows 7 is on C:, then try installing XP on D:. And LOOK here: Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP (Start looking from "METHOD 2")

Hope this helps
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04 Jun 2009   #140
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Your motherboard is a Nforce 2 chipset and that has nothing to do with what graphics card you have, you need to pull out your Graphics card and find the info on that.
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