Windows 7 and nVidia GeForce4 MX 4000 ! Driver for Windows 7 Needed!
Hi guys,

I've downloaded a BETA version of Windows 7, it's working well on my old computer, but I can't use my PCI nVidia GeForce4 MX 4000 64mb properly!
When I intall xp driver for this card, Windows 7 freeze itch time I open a 3d game or any 3d application!
And if I install vista driver, Windows 7 block it and says that it has a problem, and if I ask him to upgrade this driver, it take me back to the standard vga driver!

I've search in nvidia site for some new drivers or something, and I found that they ask any Windows 7 user to upgrade his nvidia drivers from Windows Update. So I run it, but it doesn't give me any updates for my nvidia!

Is there any body who's having the same problem here? Or it's just me?

Plz help if you have any ideas about that!

regs,
Winner
Hi guys,



I've downloaded a BETA version of Windows 7, it's working well on my old computer, but I can't use my PCI nVidia GeForce4 MX 4000 64mb properly!

When I intall xp driver for this card, Windows 7 freeze itch time I open a 3d game or any 3d application!

And if I install vista driver, Windows 7 block it and says that it has a problem, and if I ask him to upgrade this driver, it take me back to the standard vga driver!



I've search in nvidia site for some new drivers or something, and I found that they ask any Windows 7 user to upgrade his nvidia drivers from Windows Update. So I run it, but it doesn't give me any updates for my nvidia!



Is there any body who's having the same problem here? Or it's just me?



Plz help if you have any ideas about that!



regs,

Winner

#1
Posted 01/11/2009 11:54 AM   
sadly you cant be a winner on windows 7 with a graphics card as old as that

you wont get windows 7 running stable on such old hardware.

only option is to get a newer graphics card.
sadly you cant be a winner on windows 7 with a graphics card as old as that



you wont get windows 7 running stable on such old hardware.



only option is to get a newer graphics card.

_ NVLDDMKM problems_ | _ problems getting a driver for a laptop graphics card_ | _What PSU do I need?_

[quote name='The Professor' date='11 August 2011 - 10:33 AM' timestamp='1313055223' post='1277858']

I think Qazax is a pretty cool guy. eh kills aleins and doesnt afraid of anything.

#2
Posted 01/11/2009 01:59 PM   
I've got 7 Beta installed on my Dell Inspiron 8200, Geforce 4 440 Go.

I used 61.77 drivers for XP, forced the driver install and it works fine.

93.71 caused a BSOD when opening Media Center or WMP.
I've got 7 Beta installed on my Dell Inspiron 8200, Geforce 4 440 Go.



I used 61.77 drivers for XP, forced the driver install and it works fine.



93.71 caused a BSOD when opening Media Center or WMP.

#3
Posted 02/21/2009 01:03 AM   
The driver model in W7 is like Vista, not XP. And the GeForce 4 cards are not supported in Vista either.
The driver model in W7 is like Vista, not XP. And the GeForce 4 cards are not supported in Vista either.

#4
Posted 02/21/2009 01:39 AM   
The Winner ,you really need to upgrade to a GF 6xxx , GF7xxx or higher for W7.
The Winner ,you really need to upgrade to a GF 6xxx , GF7xxx or higher for W7.

#5
Posted 02/21/2009 10:55 AM   
Dude's running a free OS atm, might not have the cash to upgrade GPUs.
Dude's running a free OS atm, might not have the cash to upgrade GPUs.

#6
Posted 02/21/2009 01:37 PM   
[quote name='Hexen525' post='508715' date='Feb 21 2009, 03:37 PM']Dude's running a free OS atm, might not have the cash to upgrade GPUs.[/quote]

Thats his problem ,he needed to know if his card works properly with W7 and the answer was given.
[quote name='Hexen525' post='508715' date='Feb 21 2009, 03:37 PM']Dude's running a free OS atm, might not have the cash to upgrade GPUs.



Thats his problem ,he needed to know if his card works properly with W7 and the answer was given.

#7
Posted 02/21/2009 06:37 PM   
Scroll To Top