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Problems with Ge Force Go 7400


Steve1

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I have got a notebook HP Pavilion DV6162ea.

I search new drivers because I have some problems with videos in full screen mode.

Where can I find drivers for my card?

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It is very strange that nobody can help me....the question is too impossible?

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I search drivers for Ge Force go 7400 ! Where can I find it?

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ok but how find the true driver? I can not understand....

Zipper can you help me? I do not understand the method to find the true driver in the page...

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Get your harware IDs like here (right click your card and look at properties), then put them into the search window and you get the driver - if it exists especially for your hardware. Or use about any driver with the lv2go modified inf.

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Get your harware IDs like here (right click your card and look at properties), then put them into the search window and you get the driver - if it exists especially for your hardware. Or use about any driver with the lv2go modified inf.

ok in italian I see it in "ID HARDWARE"?

What of this 4 ?

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http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/163-25x-series-geforce-driver-releases/ Go 7400 - 259.47 but you must download "INF Modified" and copy to the downloaded driver

ok but what file I must download? this is a big list !

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Search result for your hardware: http://laptopvideo2go.com/drivers?dev=01D8⊂=30BB103C&whql=0〈=0&orderby=version&dir=desc&os=&os%5B%5D=win7x32

doesn't look too promising...

The latest driver for Win7/32bit is:

http://laptopvideo2go.com/nvidia/265series/26666_win7x32.exe

Unpack it and then you need to put this into Display.Driver to replace the original inf.

http://laptopvideo2go.com/infs/265series/26666_win7x32/nv_disp.inf

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Search result for your hardware: http://laptopvideo2go.com/drivers?dev=01D8⊂=30BB103C&whql=0〈=0&orderby=version&dir=desc&os=&os%5B%5D=win7x32

doesn't look too promising...

The latest driver for Win7/32bit is:

http://laptopvideo2go.com/nvidia/265series/26666_win7x32.exe

Unpack it and then you need to put this into Display.Driver to replace the original inf.

http://laptopvideo2go.com/infs/265series/26666_win7x32/nv_disp.inf

GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I solved the problem!! Thank you very much!!

I have not selected the "make clean installation" it is true or wrong?

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Probably it's OK, you have the possibility to go back to the previous driver; with clean install the older driver gets sweeped I think. But yet the old drivers can be found from the system, Windows tends to keep everything buried somewhere in System32 folder.

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