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INF v6.094


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Added support for:

NVIDIA_DEV.1BBB = "NVIDIA Quadro P3200"

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hello, finnaly managed to find you guys, trust me , took some time.

I have a problem with an Acer Aspire 7720G who has been upgraded with a 9600m GT videocard.

Ofcourse the damn driver ain't gonna install at all, and to be worse, although BIOS detect the card, device manager won't.

So someone told me I might need a special INF file. Now pls help me folks, I'm so lost. I just need some guidance and something to work on this machine.

Thank you in advance.

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The latest to work is probably 342.01. That's the end of legacy drivers (upto 3.xx cards) at the moment (like my old Quadro 1600M). Newer drivers are just for 4.xx - 10.xx cards.

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yup, tried that one from nvidia, doesn't work ''The graphics driver could not fint compatible graphics hardware''

I'm browsing the threads rn, still no clue how I am suppose to get the INF :(

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So you do need a modified inf - which OS do you have?

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windows 7 32 bit, and from what i found I also need to disable some driver siganture or something like that

 

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Yes. What is the hardware ID of your 9600M GT?

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1 hour ago, packard81 said:

windows 7 32 bit, and from what i found I also need to disable some driver siganture or something like that

I wrote a quick new guide for old and new rigs

https://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/32210-how-to-disable-driver-signatures-on-contemporary-rigs-with-secure-boot/

 

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6 hours ago, zipper said:

Yes. What is the hardware ID of your 9600M GT?

hi, I am away from laptop atm, sadly, but I'll get the ID tomorrow. 

5 hours ago, StefanG3D said:

ty, Stefan, I'll have a look on that definetly when back.

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