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I know that this is technically a business computer, but I figure that the issue is applicable to any HP computer. I got the video card for next to nothing and it seems from my investigation that it will work in this computer. The problem is that it apparently is not a standard Nvidia GeForce configuration, but was made for Acer desktops. Mostly, my question concerns what driver I should try to use with it. There obviously must be a special driver that Acer users who have this card can use that must support the HDMI port, but what would happen if I installed the Acer driver for this card on a HP computer?

It's very difficult to get any meaningful reply from the GeForce forums concerning legacy hardware, never mind if it's an outside-the-box situation like this one. Maybe no one can offer anything but a guess, but I'll take what I can get. I figure that a guess from a more tech-saavy person than myself is better than my own guess!

The full information on the card in question follows: On the dc though, installing that card will disable the onboard audio as well as the onboard video, so after you install the card and the drivers, reboot the PC, go into the BIOS, select the advanced menu, and then select the device options menu. There will be an onboard audio setting and it will be on disabled. Change the setting to enabled, save it there and then again when you exit the BIOS.

Before installing your video card, go into the device manager, click to expand the display adapters category, right click on the Intel graphics adapter, select uninstall, check the uninstall driver box too if there is one. I forgot if there is or isn't in Vista. Windows 7 has that extra option. I am assuming that the new card will work straight away at least to the degree that I will have a picture on the monitor?

What happens if the GeForce card doesn't work and I have to reinstall the old graphics adapter? Now I've got nothing installed on the machine to run a monitor. I've read suggestions that the GeForce card will disable the onboard video adapter upon installation.

If this isn't the case, or it's more advisable to uninstall the Intel stuff first, I'll certainly do it. But I want to be able to reverse the process if the GeForce card doesn't work for whatever reason.

When you boot up the PC with the new graphics card, you will have a display. I once installed a new video card, and hooked up the vga cable to the onboard video port that I had always connected the cable to, and couldn't understand why I had no video.

When you install the video card, the onboard video will automatically be disabled. No BIOS settings to change. If in the unlikely chance the video card you install doesn't work, then you just remove it, turn the PC back on, go to your PC's support page, download and install the Intel graphics driver for windows vista. Not liking to respond to nasty surprises, I will make sure that I have a copy of the Intel software before I do anything. Even though I was never a scout, I still believe in being prepared.

Note on archived topics. This topic has been archived. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. Message 1 of 6. I have the same question. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Message 2 of 6. Reboot and then you should have the onboard audio back.

Instead of rebooting as prompted, shut down and unplug the PC and install your video card. Message 3 of 6. I need at least that to allow installation of the NVidia driver. Message 4 of 6. You're very welcome, Grant. Just make sure you connect the video cable to the new graphics card. Then you install the graphics driver and reboot, and your video should be working fine. If you have to remove the card, the onboard video automatically is enabled again.

Message 5 of 6. I offer you three bows and a curtsy! Message 6 of 6. Glad to have been of assistance. Please post back and let us know how your video card upgrade went.

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Geforce G100 512mb Ddr2 Driver Download

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I know that this is technically a business computer, but I figure that the issue is applicable to any HP computer. I got the video card for next to nothing and it seems from my investigation that it will work in this computer. The problem is that it apparently is not a standard Nvidia GeForce configuration, but was made for Acer desktops. Mostly, my question concerns what driver I should try to use with it. There obviously must be a special driver that Acer users who have this card can use that must support the HDMI port, but what would happen if I installed the Acer driver for this card on a HP computer? It's very difficult to get any meaningful reply from the GeForce forums concerning legacy hardware, never mind if it's an outside-the-box situation like this one. Maybe no one can offer anything but a guess, but I'll take what I can get. I figure that a guess from a more tech-saavy person than myself is better than my own guess! The full information on the card in question follows:

GeForce G100

Geforce G100 512mb Ddr2 Driver Download

- Она подняла телефонную трубку и начала набирать номер. Бринкерхофф сидел как на иголках. - Ты уверена, что мы должны его беспокоить. - Я не собираюсь его беспокоить, - сказала Мидж, протягивая ему трубку.

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