Guest Undoing Ruin Posted December 20, 2007 Report Share Posted December 20, 2007 so, i've had my g1s for a while but i haven't had the opportunity to really test out its gaming capability until the last few days because i am now on my winter break from school. anyway, i have had some major issues with running games and my roommate keeps telling me to update my drivers. i have done a little bit of research and posted some topics at notebookreview and i still haven't really gotten an answer. i have been told i should update using laptopvideo2go.com and that the best driver for me is 169.04. so, i went to the site, followed the tutorial, and downloaded the extraction file to my desktop like it showed me for vista 32-bit. here, already, comes the problem. the tutorial says to double click the "extract" button when you open up the file, as seen here: http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index....showtopic=11997 however, when i hit the extract button, instead of a folder popping up, about 150 icons like "setup" and "skins" show up about nvidia drivers. i'm sure these are all supposed to be in the folder that is supposed to be made but i'm at a loss and i don't want to mess around w/it too much for fear of screwing something up. i'm a huge n00b at things like this; my first computer was a shotty dell and this is my first real computer. i have loved it so far but i want to actually game on it when i have a chance but i think my drivers are limited my options here. if someone could please hold my hand through this, detailing exactly what i have to do, it would be MUCH appreciated. from what i've seen, this community is one of the better ones out there and so i'm hopeful you guys will help me out. i want to play bf2 for chrissakes! anyway, thanks in advance! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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