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I HAVE A HEWLETT PACKARD DV9035NR INSTALLED WITH A NVIDIA GEFORCE GO 7600.

This is running on Windows Vista Ultimate 32Bit (I tried a copy of Ultrimate but

couldn't get around the SN registration key and,so,ended up getting a legal

copy!) :)

I had problems before with the video driver but seems even worse after

I made the clean install with the Vista.Maybe my imagination.I dunno.But...

I have tried the latest updates for the driver.I have tried the NVidia site

(what a waste of time that is!).I have tried the HP Updates and Health Check.

I have been on the HP website and downloaded and installed all relevant

updates,including BIOS,etc.None of the drivers that have been suggested work.

Basically,on startup,it ends up sitting on a blackened screen before I have

to turn off the power and allow it to start in Safe Mode.Once here I have to

role back to the standard VGA card to get into normal running.Not one update

allows the system to start up in normal mode now.

I have been onto various webs that have their own tweaked versions - Omega

Drivers,NBF and ForceWare to name a few.All have been tried methodically,with

each driver being erased with the latest 'Drive Sweeper' followed by the

registry being cleaned with 'CCleaner'.System is closed down,restarted

(allowing the sVGA to come into play) and then a new driver installed to see

if that works.To help with the driver signature I even have 'DSEO12' installed

and set up each time.Nothing seems to work.I have gone through various

drivers starting with those in the 80.0's batches right through to the 181

version.I have just tried 97.46 as this has the matching DEV_0398&SUBSYS_30BB103C

in my ID files.Still no joy!

Basically,what could I be doing wrong?Is there something I am missing on

doing?Is there an incompatibility somewhere?Is it possible that my system

needs a stable driver with its own tweaks?

I don't use the laptop for any gaming.I use it for design work (CorelDraw)

and for watching movies when I get a chance for leisure.So,I don't think

you can say it is being overused,etc.I even have it sit on an Akasa coolmat

to help the fans!

Would be great to hear any ideas,solutions,points in the right direction

with this.In the past,when it has had drivers accepted for a while,it has

been a great machine.Is it possible to replace the card with another if it

comes to it?Sounds desperate but I've spent the last few months trying to

resolve this on mine going through all the forums out there.

Cheerz!

&e.

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I HAVE A HEWLETT PACKARD DV9035NR INSTALLED WITH A NVIDIA GEFORCE GO 7600.

This is running on Windows Vista Ultimate 32Bit (I tried a copy of Ultrimate but

couldn't get around the SN registration key and,so,ended up getting a legal

copy!) :)

I had problems before with the video driver but seems even worse after

I made the clean install with the Vista.Maybe my imagination.I dunno.But...

I have tried the latest updates for the driver.I have tried the NVidia site

(what a waste of time that is!).I have tried the HP Updates and Health Check.

I have been on the HP website and downloaded and installed all relevant

updates,including BIOS,etc.None of the drivers that have been suggested work.

Basically,on startup,it ends up sitting on a blackened screen before I have

to turn off the power and allow it to start in Safe Mode.Once here I have to

role back to the standard VGA card to get into normal running.Not one update

allows the system to start up in normal mode now.

I have been onto various webs that have their own tweaked versions - Omega

Drivers,NBF and ForceWare to name a few.All have been tried methodically,with

each driver being erased with the latest 'Drive Sweeper' followed by the

registry being cleaned with 'CCleaner'.System is closed down,restarted

(allowing the sVGA to come into play) and then a new driver installed to see

if that works.To help with the driver signature I even have 'DSEO12' installed

and set up each time.Nothing seems to work.I have gone through various

drivers starting with those in the 80.0's batches right through to the 181

version.I have just tried 97.46 as this has the matching DEV_0398&SUBSYS_30BB103C

in my ID files.Still no joy!

Basically,what could I be doing wrong?Is there something I am missing on

doing?Is there an incompatibility somewhere?Is it possible that my system

needs a stable driver with its own tweaks?

I don't use the laptop for any gaming.I use it for design work (CorelDraw)

and for watching movies when I get a chance for leisure.So,I don't think

you can say it is being overused,etc.I even have it sit on an Akasa coolmat

to help the fans!

Would be great to hear any ideas,solutions,points in the right direction

with this.In the past,when it has had drivers accepted for a while,it has

been a great machine.Is it possible to replace the card with another if it

comes to it?Sounds desperate but I've spent the last few months trying to

resolve this on mine going through all the forums out there.

Cheerz!

&e.

It sounds to me like you are either not installing your Windows correctly AND/OR you are not configuring it properly.

First and foremost BEFORE YOU EVEN DO ANYTHING after installing Windows ALWAYS INSTALL THE MOTHERBOARD CHIPSET DRIVERS FIRST. Always before anything. Then install additional drivers and configure the system.

I own a DV 9023 US from HP AND I have the lates BIOS from the HP site AND I have had Windows XP Home Editon as well as Windows Vista Ultimate 32 Bit. Using the proper drivers for my model for the N Vidia Ge Force Go 7600 from EITHER the HP web site OR LaptopVideo2Go {which has a much broader selection of drivers to choose from} I have not experienced ANY problems other than trying to decided which driver I think is best. YOU are doing something wrong!

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