nVidia Model P162 Graphics Card, Windows 7 Error. Cannot get it to work in Windows 7 Properly.
[u][b]GRAPHIC CARD SPECS:[/b][/u]

Manufacturer: nVidia for Dell
Manufacturer Part #: P162, Dell: 9Y779
Product Description: NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440 Graphics Card
Form Factor: Plug-in Card
Interface: AGP 8X
Memory: 64MB DDR SDRAM 128-bit
Memory Bandwidth: 8.0GBps
Chipset: nVidia GeForce4 MX 440
Connectors: DVI + VGA + S-Video outputs
RAMDAC: Dual 350MHz
Fill Rate: 34 Billion Triangles/s, 1.1 Billion Texels/s
Graphics Resolution: 2048 x 1536 @ 75Hz Analog/Digital
API Support: OpenGL 1.3, DirectX 8.1
OS Support: Drivers MAXtreme for Windows XP/2000/NT (SP-6), Linux

I've tried to download all the drivers, and everything else I could possibly fathom that might work. And I cannot get this driver to show up to be compatible with DirectX.11. When I type dxdiag.exe to turn on graphic acceleration it says this (problem indicated in red outline)

[img]http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk183/ecs1983/error1.jpg[/img]

Is there any way I can get a resolution to this problem? I've tried multiple things, and yet I am still stuck in a rut, or is the Updated Drivers for my Graphics card not made yet to fix my solution like all the other new Driver updates on the website? Because I tried to install those drivers on my system, and it said something like this...

[img]http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk183/ecs1983/error2.jpg[/img]

I'm seriously in need of help, I have no idea how to resolve this issue, and Windows 7 is a wonderful operating system that increases the effectiveness of speed and production on my computer, and I would really want to keep it installed instead of reverting back to an older XP or Vista. Is there any way you can help me with my problem?
GRAPHIC CARD SPECS:



Manufacturer: nVidia for Dell

Manufacturer Part #: P162, Dell: 9Y779

Product Description: NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440 Graphics Card

Form Factor: Plug-in Card

Interface: AGP 8X

Memory: 64MB DDR SDRAM 128-bit

Memory Bandwidth: 8.0GBps

Chipset: nVidia GeForce4 MX 440

Connectors: DVI + VGA + S-Video outputs

RAMDAC: Dual 350MHz

Fill Rate: 34 Billion Triangles/s, 1.1 Billion Texels/s

Graphics Resolution: 2048 x 1536 @ 75Hz Analog/Digital

API Support: OpenGL 1.3, DirectX 8.1

OS Support: Drivers MAXtreme for Windows XP/2000/NT (SP-6), Linux



I've tried to download all the drivers, and everything else I could possibly fathom that might work. And I cannot get this driver to show up to be compatible with DirectX.11. When I type dxdiag.exe to turn on graphic acceleration it says this (problem indicated in red outline)



Image



Is there any way I can get a resolution to this problem? I've tried multiple things, and yet I am still stuck in a rut, or is the Updated Drivers for my Graphics card not made yet to fix my solution like all the other new Driver updates on the website? Because I tried to install those drivers on my system, and it said something like this...



Image



I'm seriously in need of help, I have no idea how to resolve this issue, and Windows 7 is a wonderful operating system that increases the effectiveness of speed and production on my computer, and I would really want to keep it installed instead of reverting back to an older XP or Vista. Is there any way you can help me with my problem?

#1
Posted 11/27/2009 12:40 PM   
Can anyone please help me with this problem?
Can anyone please help me with this problem?

#2
Posted 11/29/2009 06:31 PM   
Please anyone help?
Please anyone help?

#3
Posted 12/03/2009 03:33 PM   
Nobody knows what to do? /verymad.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':verymad:' />
Nobody knows what to do? /verymad.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':verymad:' />

#4
Posted 12/05/2009 03:25 PM   
Your card is Legacy now and not supported under Windows7. You need at least a Geforce6 for Win7 support.
Your card is Legacy now and not supported under Windows7. You need at least a Geforce6 for Win7 support.

WIN7x64 RTM, ASUS P5Q, INTEL C2D E6300 @ 2.8GHZ, FSB 400, 2 x 2GB GEIL DDR2 800, ASUS GTX260, SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER T220, HITACHI HDS721032CLA362 320GB SATA300, SEAGATE ST3500410AS 500GB SATA300, HITACHI HDS721616PLAT80 160GB ATA133, OPTIARC DVD RW AD 7200S SATA150, ANTEC NEOPOWER 650W.

#5
Posted 12/05/2009 06:27 PM   
Wrong, but thanks for the attempt to try. I figured out this problem on my own, so if anyone wants to know how to fix it... kiss my ass, because that's the treatment I got after almost 200 people viewing my thread.
Wrong, but thanks for the attempt to try. I figured out this problem on my own, so if anyone wants to know how to fix it... kiss my ass, because that's the treatment I got after almost 200 people viewing my thread.

#6
Posted 12/05/2009 06:29 PM   
[quote name='rnoctus' post='960185' date='Dec 5 2009, 01:29 PM']Wrong, but thanks for the attempt to try. I figured out this problem on my own, so if anyone wants to know how to fix it... kiss my ass, because that's the treatment I got after almost 200 people viewing my thread.[/quote]


Please feel for a fellow sufferer. I was not one of the 200 who viewed your thread! I am suffering from the same error, I am running off Windows 7 x64, and have 185.75 installed right now, but cannot upgrade an essential upgrade. If ANYONE knows how to fix this, it would be greatly appreciated!

For more info, or to respond to the thread I made...
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=152511"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=152511[/url]
[quote name='rnoctus' post='960185' date='Dec 5 2009, 01:29 PM']Wrong, but thanks for the attempt to try. I figured out this problem on my own, so if anyone wants to know how to fix it... kiss my ass, because that's the treatment I got after almost 200 people viewing my thread.





Please feel for a fellow sufferer. I was not one of the 200 who viewed your thread! I am suffering from the same error, I am running off Windows 7 x64, and have 185.75 installed right now, but cannot upgrade an essential upgrade. If ANYONE knows how to fix this, it would be greatly appreciated!



For more info, or to respond to the thread I made...

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=152511

#7
Posted 12/06/2009 01:13 AM   
I looked at the thread you linked to. Are you running a laptop. If so, there are 2 choices. You could either try the Notebook 195.62 drivers
[url="http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/notebook_winvista_win7_x64_195.62_whql_uk.html"]http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/notebook_wi...62_whql_uk.html[/url]
or go to Laptopvideo2go to download the 195.62 drivers and a modified .inf file.
[url="http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/"]http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/[/url]
I looked at the thread you linked to. Are you running a laptop. If so, there are 2 choices. You could either try the Notebook 195.62 drivers

http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/notebook_wi...62_whql_uk.html

or go to Laptopvideo2go to download the 195.62 drivers and a modified .inf file.

http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/

WIN7x64 RTM, ASUS P5Q, INTEL C2D E6300 @ 2.8GHZ, FSB 400, 2 x 2GB GEIL DDR2 800, ASUS GTX260, SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER T220, HITACHI HDS721032CLA362 320GB SATA300, SEAGATE ST3500410AS 500GB SATA300, HITACHI HDS721616PLAT80 160GB ATA133, OPTIARC DVD RW AD 7200S SATA150, ANTEC NEOPOWER 650W.

#8
Posted 12/06/2009 03:50 AM   
i have the same problem please help me!! i have windows 7 and its a desktop not laptop
i have the same problem please help me!! i have windows 7 and its a desktop not laptop

#9
Posted 02/23/2013 02:16 PM   
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