Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: Best drivers for Gainward GeForce 7900GS for XP?? Yesterday I downloaded the " nVidia Display Driver for Windows XP Version: 126.96.36.199 r3 Size: 30,918,288 bytes Posted: 06/20/06 Released Date: 06/19/06 Operating System: Windows XP, Windows XP SP2 Driver from Digital Point modules: Sphinx-based search Jump to content Support Discussion (English) LaptopVideo2Go Forums Existing user? So you can take their word for it and decide your desktop computer won't work on Windows 10 or you can try manually installing official nVidia drivers that are listed for this contact form
Once you've run the file and it appears to get you to the finish and prompts you to reboot or gives one of those errors, go ahead and reboot but it Help Log in What's New? Just because it worked in one OS doesn't mean it's not a hardware issue or buggy software in another. The drivers are named 8X.XX, 9X.XX, 1XX.XX, and so on, in your case i think u should use 90 series and above. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/402123/geforce-drivers/best-driver-and-fan-control-conflict-best-driver-for-7900gs-and-i-have-a-conflict-of-fan-control/
I tried to reinstall the 179.48 but the setup does not finish through compatibility issues.Does anyone succeed with this configuration? Of course it depends on the age of game as well. You've got the advantage of being able to upgrade your cards to something that meets the Windows 10 requirements and you can actually do it for very little money overall.
They've been demoted to legacy support in W8.1. 08-07-2015 03:27 AM Like 0 17 http://forums.windowscentral.com/showthread.php?t=371283&s=3cba182df411ece727405616fd8f7639&p=3189150&viewfull=1#post3189150 Thomas Bradley So he can spend like $3 more per card and get a pair of Valiant Hearts: The Great War Ubisoft Mobile Uplay Announcements & News General Discussion Feedback & Suggestions Technical Support General Security update regarding your Ubisoft account - please create a new password General Discussion Forum R.U.S.E. So a bigger investment that I am not willing to make at this time.
Not true, you could use adapters, just need at least three ports. 08-05-2015 07:05 AM Like 0 17 http://forums.windowscentral.com/showthread.php?t=371283&s=3cba182df411ece727405616fd8f7639&p=3185448&viewfull=1#post3185448 Thomas Bradley Originally Posted by Tool Man1 But I have three monitors I eventually got Windows 10 to give me 1600x1200 (which is still 4:3) and then let me zoom out to 100% from the like 250% giant text and icons it had GeForce 7900 GTX GeForce 7900 GT GeForce 7900 GS Graphics Bus Technology PCI Express PCI Express PCI Express Memory 512MB 256MB 256MB Memory Interface 256-bit 256-bit 256-bit Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 51.2 I "think" anything GeForce 8 Series and higher is still supported and its' setup should install in Windows 10, or at least the 8000 series was the cut-off back when Windows
Since the upgrade the laptop even has my pre-existing ie11 and chrome installed with all bookmarks/favorites still intact in addition to having that new built in Windows 10 "edge" browser. I am constantly getting slow downs and graphic bottlenecks in games & even DVD playback. wich one should I use? If you have a legacy Go Series card (laptop) you will need the 197.xx drivers from the nvidia website downloads area to make this work.
Reply With Quote 01-03-2007,03:43 PM #5 dave87 radix lecti Join Date Sep 2005 Location England Posts 12,789 Thanks 653 Thanked929 times in 632 posts dave87's system Motherboard:Asus CPU:i5 3470k under Corsair click site R.U.S.E. http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=F...&dwn_cat_id=10 Best looking, best running...(no black circles) Reply Reply With Quote 11-18-2007,05:58 PM #5 -HH-Quazi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Mar 2004 Posts 5,934 Also the exact same problem.
New info: Someone with a HP dv6000 laptop was also able to follow my step by step instructions for this issue that are located in a post on the nvidia forums So that is to be expected. And i have big problems whit my video card on the new drivers from nvidia. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Tag Search Go to Page...
No, create an account now. Quick Relief From Tech Headaches Replies: 15 Last Post: 03-01-2005, 08:29 PM nForce IDE Driver v4.12 Review (Released March 31st) By LayZeh in forum PC Hardware and Components Replies: 12 Last Posted by dgerard on 14 Nov 2006 13:06 northwoodsguy wrote:It is always best to keep your drivers up to date within reason. Windows 10 WILL work with your desktop version GeForce 7900 series card.
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log in or Sign up NotebookReview Home Forums > Hardware, Software and Accessories > Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards) > Best driver Actually, before I updated to an actual nVidia driver my laptop's built-in nVidia Go 7900GS card didn't prevent or block WIndows 10 from Upgrading my Windows 7 and migrating all my Once those cards started failing they only got worse, usually causing BSOD's although sometimes the also randomly had thin colored lines or segments scattered around the screen at all times too
Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Warren 06-20-2016 09:30 PM Like 0 17 http://forums.windowscentral.com/showthread.php?t=371283&s=3cba182df411ece727405616fd8f7639&p=3506111&viewfull=1#post3506111 Thomas Bradley Originally Posted by Warren Perkins Hi Thomas, Thanks for your reply. then tried the 97.02 from this page and got 3753 Marks. Because you have a desktop PC you can get a new card, unlike those of us with laptops which this thread was created for, and there are many dirt cheap new
I appreciate your guidance and I think right now I may try to go the GeForce 8800 route. Tournaments Road to Paris 2014 Road to Paris 2013 Rules & Prizes Online Tournament European Live Tournaments North American Live Tournaments Player-Tournaments! I have just enough knowledge to be dangerous when it comes to computers. That's all i needed to hear.
I have a 7900gs from asus. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? The only reason I mention a possible bad RAM stick is because I've had the upgrade to Windows 10 x64 on my laptop since release date, I'm doing the usual web I'm using this driver on a 7950GT and I've tried just about every driver that has been released. 79xx and earlier cards do not perform as well with the 1xx.xx drivers
The key is to find a driver that its' setup/installer runs through the whole install process but doesn't actually install itself because once you go through that process and reboot you'll You can find that driver here and it does not have the black ring issue.