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dell e1505 trouble running laptopvideo2go drivers


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hi there guys im on a dell e1505. intel core duo 1.86 ghz processor, geforce go 7300, and 1 gig of ram. I tried installing laptopvideo2go drivers on my laptop( I read the directions carefully i downloaded the original and then replaced it by the inf modded file). I then uninstalled my old drivers that i got from support.dell.com Then i restarted. Then i installed the new drivers from laptopvideo2go but halfway thru the installation it caused my windows XP service pack 2 to crash. I got a blue screen. Any ideas or suggestions thanks

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hi there guys im on a dell e1505. intel core duo 1.86 ghz processor, geforce go 7300, and 1 gig of ram. I tried installing laptopvideo2go drivers on my laptop( I read the directions carefully i downloaded the original and then replaced it by the inf modded file). I then uninstalled my old drivers that i got from support.dell.com Then i restarted. Then i installed the new drivers from laptopvideo2go but halfway thru the installation it caused my windows XP service pack 2 to crash. I got a blue screen. Any ideas or suggestions thanks

hi i had the same problem when i first installed the 94.24 driver with 94.24 modded inf. i then tried with the 94.20 inf and it worked but with some problems - missing some dll.

i wanted to upgrade my video drivers to run Civ 4 (large map, late game). So, if you don't have a specific purpose for your upgrade, then I would recommend sticking with the driver provided by Dell. I believe the latest is 84.69, which is ideal for 7300 Go cards (according to this site).

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hi i had the same problem when i first installed the 94.24 driver with 94.24 modded inf. i then tried with the 94.20 inf and it worked but with some problems - missing some dll.

i wanted to upgrade my video drivers to run Civ 4 (large map, late game). So, if you don't have a specific purpose for your upgrade, then I would recommend sticking with the driver provided by Dell. I believe the latest is 84.69, which is ideal for 7300 Go cards (according to this site).

Well i do have a purpose and that is to get better performance out of my video card when playing games because sometimes i get skips and pauses in counterstrike source and older games too

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