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mcbeth1307

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I have an Acer Notebook Aspire 7720 G with an NVIDIA Graphiccard GeForce 9500M GS (VISTA SP1)

On the Acer-Support-Site (http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_7720.html) i can download the "VGAdriver_nVidia_v7.15.11.6746(v167.46)_Vistax32.zip"

But, when i unzip and read the INF-File, i can't find an entry for the GeForce 9500 GS.

So, before I try to install this driver: Can this Driver-Installation recognize my Graphiccard, or wound the installation only say that there is no driver for this Graphic-Hardware.

So, where i can find a actually Graphicdriver for my Graphiccard, which i can install without any risk ?

Thanks (and sorry for my a little bit funny english)

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Dont worry much about the card being recognized. If the drivers install, you are good to go.

However, if the drivers fail to install, get drivers from the main page of this forum: http://www.laptopvideo2go.com and make sure to download the INF file. It is all in the main page at the top.

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Thanks for your quick answer,

but on the Top of the mainpage, on the right side there is a 167.45 as latest Driver for Vista 32

When i go in the download-Section there i can download a 169.09 for Vista 32

Sorry, i don't understand this difference.

Can you help me ?

And in the nVision > News, FAQ & NVIDIA Drivers > GeForce Driver Releases > Release 177 drivers there is a 177.xx driver to download

Now i don't understand anything.

And sorry, where is the difference between OEM and not OEM-Drivers ?

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The problem you are seeing is that the "Downloads" page is out of date. (and has been for quite a while.) We hope to get this fixed soon, but until then, you can always find the latest drivers here. Currently, the latest (and recommended) driver for your card is this one.

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Hi Michael,

thanks for your answer.

I don't have to use the OEM-Version?

In which cases i have to use the OEM?

(I read the FAQ for this...but sorry, i don't understand ist)

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man, try version 175.xx +++

i have a 9500M GS too, and im using 174.93, rock solid

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OEM means drivers provided by your manufacturer. Non-OEM are general drivers, not tailored for your specific system, but sometimes they work better.

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Hello. i have acer 5920g with 9500 gs , i just got my laptop from service but they haven't install grafig drivers.

at the system my grafic card is "typical VGA grafic adapter" when i try install any of above drivers it says that it gives me a combatibility error.

any idea what's wrong?

did they stole my grafig card? :PP

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  • 1 month later...
Guest Anthony

I have an acer Aspire 8920g and i have driver download issues too but the issue you have is there is a 7720 and 7720g just like inmy laptop model. all you need to do is look up 7720g its quite simple

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I have an Acer Notebook Aspire 7720 G with an NVIDIA Graphiccard GeForce 9500M GS (VISTA SP1)

On the Acer-Support-Site (http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_7720.html) i can download the "VGAdriver_nVidia_v7.15.11.6746(v167.46)_Vistax32.zip"

But, when i unzip and read the INF-File, i can't find an entry for the GeForce 9500 GS.

So, before I try to install this driver: Can this Driver-Installation recognize my Graphiccard, or wound the installation only say that there is no driver for this Graphic-Hardware.

So, where i can find a actually Graphicdriver for my Graphiccard, which i can install without any risk ?

Thanks (and sorry for my a little bit funny english)

Hi !

you can use the original driver from NVIDIA.

I had have the same Notebook with the same Graphikcard and i used the original Driver from nvidis.com.

But yet i habe in my Notebook an nvidia 9600M GT and i cant use teh original driver .

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