Update problem NVidia GeForce GT 230 M driver
I have a HP Pavilion dv8 with an Intel Core i7, Windows 7 64 - bit and NVidia GeForce GT 230 M video card. He is currently leading a pilot dated 05/02/2010, version 126.96.36.19906 (the same version of the driver from the list of updates of HP drivers for this PC).
Updates Windows 7 pushes a NVidia driver updated, dated 16/10/2010, version 188.8.131.5299. If I let the update, the PC will not get past the 'Welcome' of Windows screen on startup and will make a noise when on this screen that is normally not. The only way I can get past this problem is to restart the PC in safe mode and do back this driver or use to go back to a restore point before this driver update. I made sure that I reduced the potential causes of this problem starting only update the video driver.
What's wrong? What I would do to that will make this updated video driver to work on my PC?
The problem I had with the pilot who started this topic has been resolved. I was advised to load the latest driver from nVidia directly, which is the version of the 184.108.40.20658 pilot, dated Date 07/01/2011. I tried this driver and it worked well. I don't get everything grows Microsoft or HP to update the video driver, so I'm a happy camper now.
Original title: suddenly my Windows 7 does not detect my nVidia GeForce GT 230 M
Everything was going well until I tried to update the graphics driver through windows update... suddenly the solution of problems on my screen and everything is a mess now... the update installation failed, I tried again and again but did not work and it it gives me error Code (80070020)! I tried to download the driver from the official site but there not too... as if she has not detected any graphics card! I tried to look for the reader to "System information" and I went to check the display and I found nothing! as if it just disappeared in the air!
This problem could be caused due to the update of the driver failed. Uninstall and re - install the latest drivers could do the trick.
Here are a few steps, try.
1. start the computer in safe mode.
2. find the nVidia GeForce GT 230 M under adpaters to display in Device Manager. In addition, let us know what other driver, you see under graphics cards.
-Click Start and type Device Manager in the search start and press ENTER.
-Press on the longer brand before graphics cards.
-If you see the nVidia GeForce GT 230 M, right-click on it and choose Uninstall. You may be asked to remove the driver software. Press OK and continue.
-You may be asked to restart the computer. Do not restart the computer.
3. check that the software nVidia in programs and features.
-Type of Control Panel in Start search, and then press ENTER.
-Select programs and features , and then click uninstall a program.
-Check the nVidia software. If found, select them and click Uninstall.
-Once all nVidia-related programs are uninstalled, restart the computer and start the computer to nomally.
Once the computer restarts, it will try to check for new material and to download and install display drivers.
Since you have already downloaded the nVidia drivers, install them and restart the computer.
Note: Do not install the drivers that are provided in the Windows updates. It is best to download the latest drivers from the website of the manufacturer of the computer.
Hope the troubleshooting steps to help you solve the problem of video driver.
I have in the last three days, tried to download an update for NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT... every time I get the same
Error code: 80070103. What is the solution to this problem. I really need this update, otherwise I have to replace
my current graphics card.
Check with Nvidia Support and forums.
NVIDIA - drivers - use OPTION 1 to manually enter your info driver to get the most recent drivers.
NVIDIA Support - check with the support that she might be a known issue
NVIDIA forums - also check for the forums it might be a known issue or others likely to have
I hope this helps.
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Have a HP Pavilion desktop computer (a few years), with a chipset NVIDIA GeForce 7500 THE version. I got Windows 7 Ultimate installed for a few months, without any display problem.
12/27 Windows Update presented me with an optional update for the (closed since Microsoft Corporation WDDM) driver. Installed, then restarted. No problem for about 10 minutes, then the screen empties and the speakers made a loud hum. Restarted the PC and the splash screen has a pattern of lines, then a screen with zeros where lines have been, then an error screen and the PC reboots again, and I then start safe mode.
Went to the Nvidia site and installed an update of maps in the series 7 listed as 09/27. The same problem. Now Windows Update is announced an update that is recommended for the driver. He tired, but it seems to be the same driver Nvidia Septemeber, if the problem persists.
Tried to restore to before the update. Does not solve it. Then I tried to restore to a previous restore point. Startup, worse still, as Safe Mode resulted in a blank screen with the mouse pointer on.
I need to change the driver to a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter for me to be able to start the PC.
Any ideas? The graphics card is now useless, or can I fix this?
The latest driver for THE 7500 - an OEM card based on the 7300GS - covers the 26.11 nVidia 195.62. This should work well.
Your symptoms, I think that your card has failed. The latest driver gave performances superior to those of any previous but insisted on a weakened component or the omission was just a coincidence.
I started getting a horrible frame rate in games after receiving an update for my NVIDIA GeForce 7150 M / nForce 630M graphics card from Windows Update. For example, in World of Warcraft before the update, the pace has been a constant 25 fps, and now he fell up to 2 fps. I tried to do a restore of the system several times, but it keeps saying there is a problem that prevented the restoration of complete successfully. Is there a way to fix this?
My information system is the following:
HP Pavilion Entertainment PC
OS: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Version: 6.0.6001 SP1 build 6001
Processor: AMD Turion 64 x 2 TL-60, 2 hearts
Total RAM: 2.87 GB
On a side note, I did a check of the hard drive through the BIOS and it came with an error code (#18000) saying to replace the hard drive. Not sure if it could be linked to the hard drive read/write speeds, but thought I would mention it.
Thanks in advance for the help,
NVIDIA provides drivers for laptop graphics cards. They leave this task up to the OEM. If you want to try the new Nvidia drivers, laptopvideo2go.com has a few guides and how to install the most recent drivers on laptops such as yours. I suggest trying some news to see if those to improve your display rate, that HP may have updated Nvidia drivers listed on their website.See you soon,.--Kelex
I recently bought a HP laptop 15-022TX (with NVIDIA GeForce 820 M card) from Flipkart. I installed Windows 7 Pro 64 - bit of DreamSpark and downloaded the driver for the card from here.
Now when I run the Setup, it gives the following error:
I walked to the Intel Download Center and use the Intel® driver update utility. But it seems that Internet Explorer crashes whenever I start the utility (tried with Windows 7 Pro 32/64 - bit, Windows 64-bit Pro 8.1).
Now I wanted to determine my Intel graphics driver so here is the output of 'Right click on the desktop'-> 'Screen Resolution'-> advanced settings.
So, how do I know which driver to download from the Intel Download Center? In "Find by category," I looked in "Graphics"-> "Laptop drivers graphic", but none of the drivers listed seems to help.
PS - Ironically, I could find help to install the driver for Ubuntu much faster.
Any help would be appreciated!
Thank you DerekQ and Paul_Tikkanen for the suggestions. But it seems that I solved my problem. I downloaded SlimDrivers free from download.com and let it scan my laptop. It automatically detected the obsolete VGA driver and downloaded and installed the appropriate Intel HD graphics card driver.
in any case thank you for your support!
Hi all, I am interested in my Sony Vaio AR41L (under Vista 32 bit SP2) upgrade to Windows 7, but when I run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, it tells me that, for the graphics card, NVIDIA GeForce 8400 M GT, the driver "installed for this device is not compatible with Windows 7.
Apparently, NVIDIA is not a solution and sent people to Sony, and Sony say that they have not updated the drivers for Windows 7 and that we do not know when they expect to do...
All known and solved this problem? Any suggestions would be very helpful!
Thanks in advance.
someone noted that nVidia will come out a new batch of pilots in the coming days. (once a month)
It may be desirable to wait outside and continue with VGA Standard at the moment. Help others, tell us which solves your problem. Click useful Vote for those who help.
Vista Ultimate x 64 with NVIDIA GeForce 9800GX2 graphics card.
It worked perfectly until one update windows cannot load the new driver for the graphics card; now, it will work only in VGA mode, and the map is shown as an unknown device in Device Manager.
I tried to manually load the drivers for the card, but Vista some how block installation.
How can I get my drivers loaded so I can use the graphics on this card.
Try drivesweep. 3rd party software to remove the drivers.
in SafeMode (small-scale)
(1) uninstalled the drivers first.
(2) run the driver scan, this will clear the registry of nvidia
(3) remove the folders from nvidia.
(4) reinstall the drivers (safe mode)
I'm supposed to have NVIDIA GEFORCE graphics on my computer, but the vehicle has currently the Intel HD graphics running. So I tried to download and install the driver from the GUI, but then after I installed it, I got a popup that says that NVIDIA could not find graphics cards or equipment which corresponds to the driver.
I know for a fact that I don't have a card NVIDIA graphics in the computer, because there is a sticker on it, and nothing inside the computer has been tampered with.
Check if the graphics card in your device manager section has two knots like the image below.
If there is a single one (Intel only) then your PC is not just any other GPU. So don't try to install any other drivers.
I am owner of Alienware M17x R4 with GeForce 660 M graphics. The latest drivers for my system currently 307.17 on the Support of Dell Web site version. Recently I met some graphical problems during the game and the people from the Steam forums advised me to update my video drivers.
So the question is: can I use the video drivers supplied by NVidia on their Web site? Are there disadvantages using these?
We recommend that you use the drivers from the Dell Support Web site, but if you want to upgrade to the latest NVIDIA driver I suggest you only do a fresh install of the driver as explained here.
If you continue to experience problems during the game, try the troubleshooting steps in this article.
Let me know how it goes!
I have a hp pavilion desktop elite model e9160f which has started going black and nothing works, but forced a stop. I said "Nvidia windows kernel mode driver version 320.49 has stopped working (and recovered but when he does just turns black again and freezes). I tried a set to an earlier date and 3 different drivers but no luck. I think the original driver would work because I think that it updated for the first time before this problem. Please help if anyone knows how to resolve this short put in a new Board of pilot. Thank you very much.
I got into it and viola! It was my graphics card is bad. I discovered that I got updated to 3D graphics card and it works very well for my use. I am running with much less baggage that I updated my system for windows 8.1 pro. All busy to get what I want back.
Thanks for the help. I guess I was right in the first place
I got this daily demand of upgrade for the first time since at least two weeks. my computer will try and install, but it still fails. I know how to disable install it but next time my computer to search for new updates, it is added again. How can I fix? Sorry I forgot to mention, I have windows vista Home premium service pack 2
HOW to hide an update or restore a hidden update (VALID FOR Vista & Win7)
Tip: Get only necessary updates to the driver of the peripheral manufacturer download page or the computer, not Windows Update.
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Just found out that this update has not everyday for the last two months. Don't know the problem and do not know the solution. Any help?
-the new driver update fails
do you have the right driver?
do you have the portable version or the Office?
the portable version is for laptops
the desktop version is for normal computers
You can return to your previous version of the driver that worked perfectly
Open Device Manager "find it in the search bar to the start menu."
Open the Device Manager
under the tree "graphics cards", you will find your video card
Double click on it and click on the tab "driver" which is located at the top of the driver properties window
Click on the button "roll back driver", and he will restore your previous driver
You must report your problem to Nvidia in order to work on the problem and prevent it from occurring in the next driver updates
After the last update for my integrated video card no longer works the vista update will not be installed. He repeated to me that an unknown error has occurred during installation and download failed.
I understand how it could be frustrating when things do not work as expected. Please, I beg you, don't worry I'll try my best to resolve the issue.
I suggest you try the steps from the following link:
Tips for solving common driver problems
Also I suggest you to visit the link below and select "Auto-detect your GPU" and install the drivers manually and check.
Hope the above information helps. If the problem is not solved please get back to us and we will be happy to help you
Error message reads as follows: Windows Media Player cannot play this DVD because it is not possible to activate the analog copy on the output display protection. Try to install an update for your video card.
NVIDIA is not my video card? And why it will fail to update?
Here's how to upgrade your graphics card:
You must be logged on as administrator to perform these steps.
(1) open the Manager of devices by clicking the Start button, click Control Panel, clicking system and Maintenance, and then clicking Device Manager. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
(2) in the Device Manager, find your graphics under "graphics cards", and then double-click the name.
3) click on the driver tab, and then click set to update driver.
The graphics card will now be updated.
I hope this helps.
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