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Windows 7: GeForce 6200 Code 43

19 May 2009   #21

Windows 7

Mine is now working fine. I downloaded the driver for Vista, version then update the driver. I think you have to unzip the exe file once downloaded.

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19 May 2009   #22

Windows 7 Build 7277


If anyone wanna try here's the link of the driver:
Use that driver. It worked perfectly for me. You must make the installer think that Windows 7 is Windows XP by using backwards compatibility. It sometimes doesn't work right away. Just give it a few tries.
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19 May 2009   #23

7600.20510 x86

My other pc has 6200A-LE in it. Latest NVIDIA driver for 7 found on their site works very well here, and the Vista ones did too. is what is running now.
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19 May 2009   #24

Windows 7

I need the 64bit version if you can please kid
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20 May 2009   #25

Windows 7 RC
6200 Solved

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jota View Post
Well problem fixed... and it was very weird.
Like I said I installed my old Geforce FX 5200
Downloaded the driver from Nvidia site and there it was, aero and everything else.
I was going to try to install the 6200 like Kidfork said. I downloaded the driver he said (zSHARE - 93.81_forceware_winxp2k_english.exe). After downloading I turned off my computer, removed the FX 5200 and installed the 6200. I turned on the computer and for my surprise there it was, aero, the driver for the fx was working great on 6200.

If anyone wanna try here's the link of the driver:
YES! Thank you :)

I have the same display adapters and spent a day trying to solve this, but your link did it! LOL...


Edit: The performance rating for Graphics with the 6200 is pretty poor though - 2.0
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21 May 2009   #26

Windos 7

This sucks, I've tried everything in this thread but I can't get mine to work.
I have a sony Vaio with GeForce Go 6200.

I've downloaded the proper XP drivers from Sony and tried to run it a XP compatible but I don't think my processor is compatible with XP mode.

My device manager say
"Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems (Code 43)"

Am I S.O.L.
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25 Jul 2009   #27

Windows 7 RC

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dmdilks View Post
Most drivers for Ati & nvidia are made for most series video cards. They use the same basic driver for all the 5000, 6000, & 7000 AGP cards. For Xp, & Vista. So that is why when you put in your 5200 and installed the driver and than reinstalled 6200 that is why the driver worked. There is many times I'll swap cards around from Ati 3850 to 4850 and not have to reinstall drivers. All the drivers are the same. They label the drivers that way to keep you happy. If you download a drivers for Ati 4870 they will work on the cards below that 4870. Look at product support.

ForceWare Release 95
I used this and it worked for me. I don't have multiple video cards that I could swap out or anything, but I do have the geforce 6200. So here's what I did.

1. Go here: ForceWare Release 95 and download the file. It is an older driver (from 2006) but it works.

2. I uninstalled all previous Nvidia drivers I had on my system. (Go to control panel, device manager, right click on Nvidia Geforce 6200 and click uninstall.)

3. Reboot.

4. Run The file that you downloaded in step 1.

5. Let it reboot when it asks to.

6. If all goes well, watch your login screen come up in the right resolution and all is well.

Hopefully this helps someone.
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19 Oct 2009   #28

Windows 7 Ultimate RC 32-Bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

hi i just wanted to know if there has been a fix to error code 43 for the the XFX Geforce 6200 GPU on windows 7 64-bit, i have tried all sorts of things but nothing seems to work, or can any one send me the driver files for does who use DriverMax for 64-bit drivers?
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30 Oct 2009   #29

Windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JerzeyLegend View Post

If anyone wanna try here's the link of the driver:
Use that driver. It worked perfectly for me. You must make the installer think that Windows 7 is Windows XP by using backwards compatibility. It sometimes doesn't work right away. Just give it a few tries.
it worked for me too..! YAY!!!! thank you SO MUCH!!!
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31 Oct 2009   #30

XP,Windows 7,Fedora,Ubuntu,Open Solaris

(64 bit-problem) I also have the 6200. I need separate X-screens...No damn control panel.Hell...Even linux can do that!
.....I have tried most of the suggestions..all except installing the XP drivers and setting the installer to xp mode.
,,,,,None work,not even the new beta driver. 195.39.
..Nvidia forums were suppose to be back online today but they are not.This is the the ticket I started on the XFX forum;

....I have the latest drivers for my card.(191.07) ....I can not get separate X-screens to work with dual monitors...There is no Nvidia control Panel like I can see with my XP install.(This is a win.-7 install).I have to have support for Dual monitors.Is it possible with this G-Force 6200 card?If I have to buy another card to get separate X-screens it will not be Nvidia,because of the lack of support ............................................................Michael Cook

....I am going to look in my bios now for that suggestion of changing the AGP aperture size to 128
I will just edit this post instead of making another.
""""" NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager
The nView Desktop Manager will not be included in drivers for GeForce products."""""""
;........Screw Nvidia
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