Sam G, thanks for the update. Saturday, October 17, 7: Windows 7 IT Pro. Posted January 3, We all know that Guru 3D is reputable. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.
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I got an fx go working with We all know that Guru 3D is reputable.
nVidia GeForce FX Go 5650 drivers for Windows 7 x86
Saturday, October 17, 7: If speed is important, I’d try The link is still operational. And here are the same drivers for the FX cards: Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. The method that was used in the drivers you point to, to make these drivers work for thedo not seem to work with the latest drivers from nVidia.
Not an IT pro? I loaded my MMO game and still experiencing the in-game graphical stutter. Have a good one, all.
Login or create an account to post a review. I’ve changed drivers about 10 wondows now and still no resolution. Posted January 6, edited. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
Win 7 driver for nVIDIA GeForce FX GO display adapter
If you try any of them, we’d appreciate hearing your results. I have tried both Can you possibly tell exactly were this drive is? Well so far no luck. Needless to say You are logged in as.
I hope that the link continues to serve you all well. Select type of offense: Tuesday, October 22, 9: These drivers provided a substantially higher score than Dell’s or any other drivers I’ve gleaned from hours of searching.
NOTE that the drivers located at the links in the posting that you linked to do NOT support any of the older graphics chipsets.
I am sure this works, as I did a similar thing myself, the problem is that I don’t think this supports the nView features that allow you, for example, to have different backgrounds on each of the two screens.
Newer driver makes problems: So I return to the gefoce My perfectly legit copy of Windows 7 now claims that it is not genuine. Yes, other 9x Vista drivers do work if you can find one with the right inf. You may have to force an install of the driver through the device manager by selecting the INF file.
No BSOD or artefacts at all. I’m pretty sure they won’t work with standard FX cards, but they’re probaby exactly what Sam G a geforxe posts up needs.