NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX400 Driver Driver Update
I need some help, please. I have been plagued with system reboots due to a conflict with the driver and XP. When I go online to try to locate the appropriate driver to update, I cannot find this driver. The version installed on my system is #6.14.0010.7214 date 5/16/2005 so I know there must be an update out there somewhere. :'(

Will someone please point me in the right direction in locating the correct driver to update?

Thanks. :wub:
I need some help, please. I have been plagued with system reboots due to a conflict with the driver and XP. When I go online to try to locate the appropriate driver to update, I cannot find this driver. The version installed on my system is #6.14.0010.7214 date 5/16/2005 so I know there must be an update out there somewhere. :'(



Will someone please point me in the right direction in locating the correct driver to update?



Thanks. :wub:

#1
Posted 12/05/2006 11:20 PM   
[quote name='jupiter39' date='Dec 5 2006, 06:20 PM']I need some help, please. I have been plagued with system reboots due to a conflict with the driver and XP. When I go online to try to locate the appropriate driver to update, I cannot find this driver. The version installed on my system is #6.14.0010.7214 date 5/16/2005 so I know there must be an update out there somewhere.  :'(

Will someone please point me in the right direction in locating the correct driver to update?

Thanks.  :wub:
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Have you tried using Windows Update? They usually find a driver for my NVidia card when I don't have the "right" one installed.
[quote name='jupiter39' date='Dec 5 2006, 06:20 PM']I need some help, please. I have been plagued with system reboots due to a conflict with the driver and XP. When I go online to try to locate the appropriate driver to update, I cannot find this driver. The version installed on my system is #6.14.0010.7214 date 5/16/2005 so I know there must be an update out there somewhere.  :'(



Will someone please point me in the right direction in locating the correct driver to update?



Thanks.  :wub:

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Have you tried using Windows Update? They usually find a driver for my NVidia card when I don't have the "right" one installed.

#2
Posted 12/18/2006 02:16 AM   
I think your card is still supported by the current forceware. [url="http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp"]http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp[/url]
If you have issues with that driver try here.
[url="ftp://download.nvidia.com/Windows/"]ftp://download.nvidia.com/Windows/[/url]
IMO, it is every bit as important to upgrade your chipset driver for issues like this as it is to upgrade video drivers. If you don't know what chipset you have, you can download everest free edition. [url="http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html"]http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html[/url]
Launch program, drop the + left of "Motherboard", click "Chipset", your chipset will be listed and a support link will be at the bottom of the page.
I think your card is still supported by the current forceware. http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp

If you have issues with that driver try here.

ftp://download.nvidia.com/Windows/

IMO, it is every bit as important to upgrade your chipset driver for issues like this as it is to upgrade video drivers. If you don't know what chipset you have, you can download everest free edition. http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html

Launch program, drop the + left of "Motherboard", click "Chipset", your chipset will be listed and a support link will be at the bottom of the page.

#3
Posted 12/18/2006 03:32 AM   
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