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Windows 7: Drivers for NVIDIA Quadro 2500M?

15 Jan 2010   #11

Win 7 pro 64-bit, Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zeke18 View Post
I haven't tried any of the drivers you have specified but I got one to work by editing a NV_DISP.inf file I found when the driver extracted. The tutorial is on here somewhere. Since there are specifically no drivers for the 2500M and windows 7 I modified the .inf file from a 1500 non-mobile to a 2500M and so far so good. Do you think I should try the driver specified above or just stick with what is working?

I couldn't figure out how to run Vista drivers on Windows 7 and I have downloaded the computability for XP. If someone thinks this will be better than the driver I modified then please tell me.
If this thing you've done works, dont throw it away. However, if it stops working, try my suggestion ( the 2700m driver)

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25 Jan 2010   #12

Windows 7

Any way I could get my hands on your inf? I'm having the same problem with my 2500M and w7.
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11 Dec 2016   #13

Windows 7

By far the best solution is to just get it from Microsoft. Yes they really do have it.

- Go here: Microsoft Update Catalog
- Enter in the Search box eg. Quadro FX 2500M
- In this case (windows 7) there are four results, the top two are the most recent (2009)
- Look at the sizes. The larger one is the 64 bit version, smaller is 32 bit
- Click the Download button on the right for the version you need
- Its a CAB file. Extract it to a folder with 7Zip or what have you.
- Run Setup, reboot if required
- Smile like an idiot
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