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GeForce Go 7300 and Vista x64 drivers? :(


Michal

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Hi! Does anyone know which drivers are supporting

geforce 7300 Go on my laptop Asus A6Jc on Windows Vista x64?

I have a strange problem...my Vista is recoginzing the graphic card as standard VGA Graphic adapter, not as a geforce go 7300

I was trying with 96.33 and 97.46 but they doesn't work

Please help me because I'm going to cry immediatly...

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This is a perfect question... I found http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index....showtopic=12239

and when I click on modded ini there is only a new panel, nothing's downloading...

Could you tell me if those drivers 97.52 are ok and how am I suppose to change the ini file?

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Right click Modded INF link and select save target as or whatever it is called in your browser. Please check frequently asked questions section, there are detailed instructions with pictures there.

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Thanks for the notification, it will be fixed soon.

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I have one more question, not really connected with the topic, sorry :)

I heard that I can find some extra bios setting for the laptop monitor by pressing Fx + Fn but

I don't know when am I suppose to press them and where is "Fn" button? :|

THX :)

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Thanks :) One more thing I would like to say is that link to download driver 97.52 from http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index....showtopic=12239 doesn't work :/
Fixed.

FN key is usually located besides the WINDOWS key on your keyboard. Read the manual of your laptop in case you still can't find it.

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Yes, you are right, but my mistake... I mean "Fx" key, not Fn... :) So where is Fx button? And when should I press them? during system boot, the same time when normal BIOS by F2 ??

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I think that they mean any F key when thy say Fx.... Like x is a variable. For example: F1, F2, or any key that has a secondary function asigned to it.

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I missed the part where you mentioned that you were trying to change monitor settings. You'd access those once the computer is started up and everything, but since you are running Vista, there probably isn't a program available to use the function keys. So essentially you're out of luck until your laptop maker fully supports Vista.

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But I have go back to XP because I still can't install the GeForce Go 7300 drivers correctly... so under XP I can enter somehow this settings by pressing Fn+Fx?

I though it's not depand of the system because I though I can enter it before system boot...

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You ARE talking about adjusting things like brightness and monitor settings right?

I think you heard about the extra settings and mistook it for something in the BIOS. There is usually a program that takes the inputs from certain function keys and uses them to adjust brightness, display output, and other things like volume and wireless power. This is all done within Windows and really has nothing to do with the BIOS.

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Yes, I know how to set setting for adjustment and etc using Fn funcion buttons but I heard about something EXTRA, some hidden settings which are allowed to change after pressing Fx+Fn .... Maybe it's all not true, I just asked if you know something about it

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