Nvidia gt 540 m
Hello,


I am getting a new laptop computer and I have chosen the XPS 15.

The video card coming with it is the Nvidia GT 540 M 2g graphics with Optimus 540MUS.

For this computer, I am going to play Empire: Total War. Will this card let me play the game smoothley? I have

also heard that Nvidia cards do not work with Empire: Total War

Please answer this question because I need help in making sure that my computer will work.


Here are other computer details......



XPS 15 XPS 15
Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
Processor 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i5-2410M processor 2.30 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.0 up to 2.90 GHz
Office Productivity Software (Pre-Installed) Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2010
Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 540M 2GB graphics with Optimus
Memory 6GB Shared Dual Channel DDR3 Memory
Hard Drive 640GB 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drive
Service 1 Year Basic Service Plan
Anti-Virus/Security Suite (Pre-installed) McAfee Security Center with VirusScan, Firewall, Spyware Removal, 30-Day Trial
Color Elemental Silver Aluminum
LCD 15.6 in HD WLED TL (1366x768) with Skype-Certified 2.0MP HD Webcam
CD ROM/DVD ROM 8X Tray Load CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)
Wireless Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1000
Battery 92 WHr 9-cell Lithium Ion Primary Battery
Keyboard Standard Keyboard - English
Mobile Broadband No Mobile Broad Band Selected
Sound JBL 2.1 Speakers with Waves Maxx Audio 3
Datasafe Online DataSafe 2.0 Online Backup 2GB for 1 year
Hello,





I am getting a new laptop computer and I have chosen the XPS 15.



The video card coming with it is the Nvidia GT 540 M 2g graphics with Optimus 540MUS.



For this computer, I am going to play Empire: Total War. Will this card let me play the game smoothley? I have



also heard that Nvidia cards do not work with Empire: Total War



Please answer this question because I need help in making sure that my computer will work.





Here are other computer details......







XPS 15 XPS 15

Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English

Processor 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i5-2410M processor 2.30 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.0 up to 2.90 GHz

Office Productivity Software (Pre-Installed) Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2010

Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 540M 2GB graphics with Optimus

Memory 6GB Shared Dual Channel DDR3 Memory

Hard Drive 640GB 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drive

Service 1 Year Basic Service Plan

Anti-Virus/Security Suite (Pre-installed) McAfee Security Center with VirusScan, Firewall, Spyware Removal, 30-Day Trial

Color Elemental Silver Aluminum

LCD 15.6 in HD WLED TL (1366x768) with Skype-Certified 2.0MP HD Webcam

CD ROM/DVD ROM 8X Tray Load CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)

Wireless Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1000

Battery 92 WHr 9-cell Lithium Ion Primary Battery

Keyboard Standard Keyboard - English

Mobile Broadband No Mobile Broad Band Selected

Sound JBL 2.1 Speakers with Waves Maxx Audio 3

Datasafe Online DataSafe 2.0 Online Backup 2GB for 1 year

#1
Posted 03/27/2011 02:03 PM   
Hello, Everyone!

I am writing in this forum with the hope of getting some resolution to a problem that is quite bothersome to a lot of people buying brand new laptops with the GT 500 M series. Basically, I bought the Sony Vaio F 3D Series laptop. It has the nVIDIA GT 540 M 1GB Video Card. In Windows 7, the graphics card keeps switching to the integrated graphics on my Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor. Videos on Youtube are very slow. I checked on the nVIDIA.com website to look for the drivers and basically, I couldn't find any drivers for the GT 500 M series. This card was released a little over 4 months ago. Yet, there is no support for it. On the regular nVIDIA forums there are hundred of complaints about this and basically, lots of customers with varios NEW laptops from ACER, DELL, ASUS, Sony, etc. have the exact same problem. They are sitting on a graphic card that is supposed to be super fast, and yet is disabled and doesn't work. It's like having an 6.3 Liter AMG Engine and you put diesel fuel in it.

So, in conclusion, I am hoping that someone from the nVIDIA Driver developer division will read this message and react to it ASAP and try to fix this issue before it's too late. Lots of people are getting really upset and even want to return their laptops and switch to ATI graphics. Please fix this for us.

Thank you so much!

Dr. Petkov
Hello, Everyone!



I am writing in this forum with the hope of getting some resolution to a problem that is quite bothersome to a lot of people buying brand new laptops with the GT 500 M series. Basically, I bought the Sony Vaio F 3D Series laptop. It has the nVIDIA GT 540 M 1GB Video Card. In Windows 7, the graphics card keeps switching to the integrated graphics on my Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor. Videos on Youtube are very slow. I checked on the nVIDIA.com website to look for the drivers and basically, I couldn't find any drivers for the GT 500 M series. This card was released a little over 4 months ago. Yet, there is no support for it. On the regular nVIDIA forums there are hundred of complaints about this and basically, lots of customers with varios NEW laptops from ACER, DELL, ASUS, Sony, etc. have the exact same problem. They are sitting on a graphic card that is supposed to be super fast, and yet is disabled and doesn't work. It's like having an 6.3 Liter AMG Engine and you put diesel fuel in it.



So, in conclusion, I am hoping that someone from the nVIDIA Driver developer division will read this message and react to it ASAP and try to fix this issue before it's too late. Lots of people are getting really upset and even want to return their laptops and switch to ATI graphics. Please fix this for us.



Thank you so much!



Dr. Petkov

#2
Posted 03/29/2011 04:36 PM   
Hi Dr. Petkov and everyone,

I bought my Sony Vaio 3D F series Laptop and I agree with you. Its so disappointing to have something new and has already gor problem which not yet fixed from Nvidia. I hope they have seen already our comments and complains to have an action ASAP.

Thanks,

Ibrahim


[quote name='vilypetkov' date='29 March 2011 - 08:36 PM' timestamp='1301416572' post='1215330']
Hello, Everyone!

I am writing in this forum with the hope of getting some resolution to a problem that is quite bothersome to a lot of people buying brand new laptops with the GT 500 M series. Basically, I bought the Sony Vaio F 3D Series laptop. It has the nVIDIA GT 540 M 1GB Video Card. In Windows 7, the graphics card keeps switching to the integrated graphics on my Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor. Videos on Youtube are very slow. I checked on the nVIDIA.com website to look for the drivers and basically, I couldn't find any drivers for the GT 500 M series. This card was released a little over 4 months ago. Yet, there is no support for it. On the regular nVIDIA forums there are hundred of complaints about this and basically, lots of customers with varios NEW laptops from ACER, DELL, ASUS, Sony, etc. have the exact same problem. They are sitting on a graphic card that is supposed to be super fast, and yet is disabled and doesn't work. It's like having an 6.3 Liter AMG Engine and you put diesel fuel in it.

So, in conclusion, I am hoping that someone from the nVIDIA Driver developer division will read this message and react to it ASAP and try to fix this issue before it's too late. Lots of people are getting really upset and even want to return their laptops and switch to ATI graphics. Please fix this for us.

Thank you so much!

Dr. Petkov
[/quote]
Hi Dr. Petkov and everyone,



I bought my Sony Vaio 3D F series Laptop and I agree with you. Its so disappointing to have something new and has already gor problem which not yet fixed from Nvidia. I hope they have seen already our comments and complains to have an action ASAP.



Thanks,



Ibrahim





[quote name='vilypetkov' date='29 March 2011 - 08:36 PM' timestamp='1301416572' post='1215330']

Hello, Everyone!



I am writing in this forum with the hope of getting some resolution to a problem that is quite bothersome to a lot of people buying brand new laptops with the GT 500 M series. Basically, I bought the Sony Vaio F 3D Series laptop. It has the nVIDIA GT 540 M 1GB Video Card. In Windows 7, the graphics card keeps switching to the integrated graphics on my Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor. Videos on Youtube are very slow. I checked on the nVIDIA.com website to look for the drivers and basically, I couldn't find any drivers for the GT 500 M series. This card was released a little over 4 months ago. Yet, there is no support for it. On the regular nVIDIA forums there are hundred of complaints about this and basically, lots of customers with varios NEW laptops from ACER, DELL, ASUS, Sony, etc. have the exact same problem. They are sitting on a graphic card that is supposed to be super fast, and yet is disabled and doesn't work. It's like having an 6.3 Liter AMG Engine and you put diesel fuel in it.



So, in conclusion, I am hoping that someone from the nVIDIA Driver developer division will read this message and react to it ASAP and try to fix this issue before it's too late. Lots of people are getting really upset and even want to return their laptops and switch to ATI graphics. Please fix this for us.



Thank you so much!



Dr. Petkov

#3
Posted 04/25/2011 10:15 PM   
[quote name='Ibrahim-dxb' date='25 April 2011 - 10:15 PM' timestamp='1303769747' post='1230252']
Hi Dr. Petkov and everyone,

I bought my Sony Vaio 3D F series Laptop and I agree with you. Its so disappointing to have something new and has already gor problem which not yet fixed from Nvidia. I hope they have seen already our comments and complains to have an action ASAP.

Thanks,

Ibrahim
[/quote]

Hi Ibrahim,
I've got the exact same laptop with the same problem, not what you expect on a close to £2k laptop, do you know when they are planning out on sorting this out?
Thanks
James
[quote name='Ibrahim-dxb' date='25 April 2011 - 10:15 PM' timestamp='1303769747' post='1230252']

Hi Dr. Petkov and everyone,



I bought my Sony Vaio 3D F series Laptop and I agree with you. Its so disappointing to have something new and has already gor problem which not yet fixed from Nvidia. I hope they have seen already our comments and complains to have an action ASAP.



Thanks,



Ibrahim





Hi Ibrahim,

I've got the exact same laptop with the same problem, not what you expect on a close to £2k laptop, do you know when they are planning out on sorting this out?

Thanks

James

#4
Posted 05/02/2011 09:18 AM   
[quote name='jdizzle' date='02 May 2011 - 01:18 PM' timestamp='1304327919' post='1232548']
Hi Ibrahim,
I've got the exact same laptop with the same problem, not what you expect on a close to £2k laptop, do you know when they are planning out on sorting this out?
Thanks
James
[/quote]

Hi James,

To Answer your question I tried to get solution for this but couldnt, so I decided to returned my Sony Vaio F Series 3D and I'm waiting to get Asus Lamborghini VX7 it has got GTX 460M RAM 1.5GB DDR5. I hope nvidia is working on GT 540M issues for those who are hoping to get new driver update to fix the issues.


Here is Asus Lamborghini VX7 Gaming Laptop Specs

[list]

[*]Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform
[*]Powered by a 2.0GHz Intel Core i7-2630QM quad-core processor
[*]GeForce GTX 460M graphics card with 3GB of GDDR5 dedicated memory
[*]Up to 16GB of memory, and up to two 750GB hard drives
[*]Leather-padded palm rest, and a highly-dust gathering surface
[*]15.6-inch LED-backlit display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution
[*]Packs a 1366 x 768 pixels 3D panel (optional)
[*]DVD burner / Blu-ray combo / Blu-ray writer
[*]2 megapixel webcam
[*]Wi-Fi, and Ethernet LAN
[*]SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, and a HDMI output
[/list]

regards,
Ib
[quote name='jdizzle' date='02 May 2011 - 01:18 PM' timestamp='1304327919' post='1232548']

Hi Ibrahim,

I've got the exact same laptop with the same problem, not what you expect on a close to £2k laptop, do you know when they are planning out on sorting this out?

Thanks

James





Hi James,



To Answer your question I tried to get solution for this but couldnt, so I decided to returned my Sony Vaio F Series 3D and I'm waiting to get Asus Lamborghini VX7 it has got GTX 460M RAM 1.5GB DDR5. I hope nvidia is working on GT 540M issues for those who are hoping to get new driver update to fix the issues.





Here is Asus Lamborghini VX7 Gaming Laptop Specs






  • Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform
  • Powered by a 2.0GHz Intel Core i7-2630QM quad-core processor
  • GeForce GTX 460M graphics card with 3GB of GDDR5 dedicated memory
  • Up to 16GB of memory, and up to two 750GB hard drives
  • Leather-padded palm rest, and a highly-dust gathering surface
  • 15.6-inch LED-backlit display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution
  • Packs a 1366 x 768 pixels 3D panel (optional)
  • DVD burner / Blu-ray combo / Blu-ray writer
  • 2 megapixel webcam
  • Wi-Fi, and Ethernet LAN
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, and a HDMI output




regards,

Ib

#5
Posted 05/02/2011 10:16 PM   
[quote name='vilypetkov' date='29 March 2011 - 10:06 PM' timestamp='1301416572' post='1215330']
Hello, Everyone!

I am writing in this forum with the hope of getting some resolution to a problem that is quite bothersome to a lot of people buying brand new laptops with the GT 500 M series. Basically, I bought the Sony Vaio F 3D Series laptop. It has the nVIDIA GT 540 M 1GB Video Card. In Windows 7, the graphics card keeps switching to the integrated graphics on my Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor. Videos on Youtube are very slow. I checked on the nVIDIA.com website to look for the drivers and basically, I couldn't find any drivers for the GT 500 M series. This card was released a little over 4 months ago. Yet, there is no support for it. On the regular nVIDIA forums there are hundred of complaints about this and basically, lots of customers with varios NEW laptops from ACER, DELL, ASUS, Sony, etc. have the exact same problem. They are sitting on a graphic card that is supposed to be super fast, and yet is disabled and doesn't work. It's like having an 6.3 Liter AMG Engine and you put diesel fuel in it.

So, in conclusion, I am hoping that someone from the nVIDIA Driver developer division will read this message and react to it ASAP and try to fix this issue before it's too late. Lots of people are getting really upset and even want to return their laptops and switch to ATI graphics. Please fix this for us.

Thank you so much!

Dr. Petkov
[/quote]

I had a similar problem initially with my new Acer Aspire 5742G-48450GMnkk with 1 GB nVIDIA GT540M, but I solved it by going to the nVIDIA Control Panel --> Manage 3D Settings --> Global Settings --> Preferred Graphics Processor --> High Performance ( nVIDIA ). This should solve your problem.
[quote name='vilypetkov' date='29 March 2011 - 10:06 PM' timestamp='1301416572' post='1215330']

Hello, Everyone!



I am writing in this forum with the hope of getting some resolution to a problem that is quite bothersome to a lot of people buying brand new laptops with the GT 500 M series. Basically, I bought the Sony Vaio F 3D Series laptop. It has the nVIDIA GT 540 M 1GB Video Card. In Windows 7, the graphics card keeps switching to the integrated graphics on my Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor. Videos on Youtube are very slow. I checked on the nVIDIA.com website to look for the drivers and basically, I couldn't find any drivers for the GT 500 M series. This card was released a little over 4 months ago. Yet, there is no support for it. On the regular nVIDIA forums there are hundred of complaints about this and basically, lots of customers with varios NEW laptops from ACER, DELL, ASUS, Sony, etc. have the exact same problem. They are sitting on a graphic card that is supposed to be super fast, and yet is disabled and doesn't work. It's like having an 6.3 Liter AMG Engine and you put diesel fuel in it.



So, in conclusion, I am hoping that someone from the nVIDIA Driver developer division will read this message and react to it ASAP and try to fix this issue before it's too late. Lots of people are getting really upset and even want to return their laptops and switch to ATI graphics. Please fix this for us.



Thank you so much!



Dr. Petkov





I had a similar problem initially with my new Acer Aspire 5742G-48450GMnkk with 1 GB nVIDIA GT540M, but I solved it by going to the nVIDIA Control Panel --> Manage 3D Settings --> Global Settings --> Preferred Graphics Processor --> High Performance ( nVIDIA ). This should solve your problem.

#6
Posted 06/23/2011 08:14 AM   
TOSHIBA P750/02Q USER AUSTRALIA.
GEFORCE GT 540M 3D VISION

IF I USE YOUR CURRENT DRIVERS, I LOSE STEREOSCOPIC 3D TAB IN CONTROL PANEL.
THERE ARE NO DRIVERS ON NVIDIA WEBSITE FOR MY GPU THAT WILL WORK CORRECTLY FOR MY PC, ONLY TOSHIBA'S OEM DRIVERS FROM THEIR WEBSITE.
THESE DRIVERS PREDATE HTML5 SUPPORT. THEY HAVE NOT BEEN UPDATED SINCE THIS LAPTOP WAS RELEASED.

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THE APPROPRIATE DRIVERS FOR USE WITH MY PC?
TOSHIBA AREN'T HELPFUL

YOUR ADVERTISING STATES THAT I WOULD HAVE THE FUNCTION OF VIEWING/STREAMING ONLINE CONTENT, BE IT EITHER IN BROWSER OR 3D STEREOSCOPIC PLAYER.
THIS IS MISLEADING ADVERTISING IF I DO NOT HAVE THIS FUNCTION PROVIDED WITH MY
GT540M 3D VISION LAPTOP.

I DON'T WANT A REFUND, I WANT IT TO WORK.
THIS IS NOT A FAIR PRACTICE OF SHIPPING A NON FUNCTIONAL PRODUCT AND USING YOUR CUSTOMERS TO BUGFIX AND BETA TEST.

IF TOSHIBA ARE RESPONSIBLE, THEN A LOT OF TOSHIBA 3D VISION USERS ARE GOING TO START GETTING PRETTY IRRITATED.
NVIDIA WILL GET HIT WITH A LOT OF BAD PRESS, WHETHER IT IS YOUR FAULT OR NOT.

PLEASE TAKE THE NECESSARY STEPS TO REMEDY THIS PROBLEM FOR USERS OF THIS NOTEBOOK. I AM PURSUING TOSHIBA ALSO.
...3D STEREOSCOPIC TAB IN NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL FOR TOSHIBA P750/02Q...
I HAVE SPENT A LOT OF TIME TRYING TO FIX THIS MYSELF, SO PLEASE [u]HELP[/u]

R.WILLIAMS, IMPATIENTLY WAITING
TOSHIBA P750/02Q USER AUSTRALIA.

GEFORCE GT 540M 3D VISION



IF I USE YOUR CURRENT DRIVERS, I LOSE STEREOSCOPIC 3D TAB IN CONTROL PANEL.

THERE ARE NO DRIVERS ON NVIDIA WEBSITE FOR MY GPU THAT WILL WORK CORRECTLY FOR MY PC, ONLY TOSHIBA'S OEM DRIVERS FROM THEIR WEBSITE.

THESE DRIVERS PREDATE HTML5 SUPPORT. THEY HAVE NOT BEEN UPDATED SINCE THIS LAPTOP WAS RELEASED.



WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THE APPROPRIATE DRIVERS FOR USE WITH MY PC?

TOSHIBA AREN'T HELPFUL



YOUR ADVERTISING STATES THAT I WOULD HAVE THE FUNCTION OF VIEWING/STREAMING ONLINE CONTENT, BE IT EITHER IN BROWSER OR 3D STEREOSCOPIC PLAYER.

THIS IS MISLEADING ADVERTISING IF I DO NOT HAVE THIS FUNCTION PROVIDED WITH MY

GT540M 3D VISION LAPTOP.



I DON'T WANT A REFUND, I WANT IT TO WORK.

THIS IS NOT A FAIR PRACTICE OF SHIPPING A NON FUNCTIONAL PRODUCT AND USING YOUR CUSTOMERS TO BUGFIX AND BETA TEST.



IF TOSHIBA ARE RESPONSIBLE, THEN A LOT OF TOSHIBA 3D VISION USERS ARE GOING TO START GETTING PRETTY IRRITATED.

NVIDIA WILL GET HIT WITH A LOT OF BAD PRESS, WHETHER IT IS YOUR FAULT OR NOT.



PLEASE TAKE THE NECESSARY STEPS TO REMEDY THIS PROBLEM FOR USERS OF THIS NOTEBOOK. I AM PURSUING TOSHIBA ALSO.

...3D STEREOSCOPIC TAB IN NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL FOR TOSHIBA P750/02Q...

I HAVE SPENT A LOT OF TIME TRYING TO FIX THIS MYSELF, SO PLEASE HELP



R.WILLIAMS, IMPATIENTLY WAITING

#7
Posted 08/12/2011 01:02 AM   
[quote name='sourabh2504' date='23 June 2011 - 12:14 PM' timestamp='1308816899' post='1255519']
I had a similar problem initially with my new Acer Aspire 5742G-48450GMnkk with 1 GB nVIDIA GT540M, but I solved it by going to the nVIDIA Control Panel --> Manage 3D Settings --> Global Settings --> Preferred Graphics Processor --> High Performance ( nVIDIA ). This should solve your problem.
[/quote]


Hello everyone,

I brought Acer aspire optimus dual graphic with GF 540M ,and dont work how i expected. All the time when i play ,Notebook use the integrated videocard,when i test the video with game's ,they see just the integrated card,but in bios the PC see both...What is wrong? i set it how u say it on preferred graphics processor->HP nvidia,but no difference. Anyway ,someone know how it is the succesion instalation drivers VGA ? Intel VGA/NVIDIA/Nvidia gf 540m/physX ? this is the succesion? cause i waste 2 weaks almost for corectly install,and still the games not working how i aspect ,even if my rate of gaming itz 6.6....Pls someone help me,
regards
[quote name='sourabh2504' date='23 June 2011 - 12:14 PM' timestamp='1308816899' post='1255519']

I had a similar problem initially with my new Acer Aspire 5742G-48450GMnkk with 1 GB nVIDIA GT540M, but I solved it by going to the nVIDIA Control Panel --> Manage 3D Settings --> Global Settings --> Preferred Graphics Processor --> High Performance ( nVIDIA ). This should solve your problem.







Hello everyone,



I brought Acer aspire optimus dual graphic with GF 540M ,and dont work how i expected. All the time when i play ,Notebook use the integrated videocard,when i test the video with game's ,they see just the integrated card,but in bios the PC see both...What is wrong? i set it how u say it on preferred graphics processor->HP nvidia,but no difference. Anyway ,someone know how it is the succesion instalation drivers VGA ? Intel VGA/NVIDIA/Nvidia gf 540m/physX ? this is the succesion? cause i waste 2 weaks almost for corectly install,and still the games not working how i aspect ,even if my rate of gaming itz 6.6....Pls someone help me,

regards

#8
Posted 10/20/2011 09:43 AM   
Me my GT 540M is only working while I am playing game so my windows aero score is only 4.1.
Why windows is always choosing the integrated graphics???--- Here under are some images:
[attachment=23771:Capture.PNG]
[attachment=23772:Capture2.PNG]
[attachment=23773:Capture3.PNG]
Me my GT 540M is only working while I am playing game so my windows aero score is only 4.1.

Why windows is always choosing the integrated graphics???--- Here under are some images:

[attachment=23771:Capture.PNG]

[attachment=23772:Capture2.PNG]

[attachment=23773:Capture3.PNG]

#9
Posted 01/05/2012 11:09 PM   
[font="Arial Black"][/font][size="3"][/size] Hi everyone. I have an anwer to your nvidia 540m gt graphics problems. Most can be solved by going to bios by restarting your pc by pressing del. not backspace repeatedly until the bios menu appears. Then go to the advanced menu or the integrated periph. menu and change the graphics adapter setting from internal to external graphics. Most are shown my using PCIE,PCI,INT. or INT,PCI,PCIE or PCI,PCIE,INT. as your choices. Choose the PCIE as your first slot. usually thats where it'll be. My Asus laptop was the same as all of yours and that fixed the problem in about 5 mins. Hope it works for all of you also cause its a really good card when working properly.
Hi everyone. I have an anwer to your nvidia 540m gt graphics problems. Most can be solved by going to bios by restarting your pc by pressing del. not backspace repeatedly until the bios menu appears. Then go to the advanced menu or the integrated periph. menu and change the graphics adapter setting from internal to external graphics. Most are shown my using PCIE,PCI,INT. or INT,PCI,PCIE or PCI,PCIE,INT. as your choices. Choose the PCIE as your first slot. usually thats where it'll be. My Asus laptop was the same as all of yours and that fixed the problem in about 5 mins. Hope it works for all of you also cause its a really good card when working properly.

#10
Posted 01/27/2012 01:42 PM   
My laptop too. I use Asus N43SL and the graphics card is GEFORCE GT540M CUDA 2GB. I'm running on Windows 7 ultimate SP1. The Desktop performance for Windows Aero is only 4.7 and the display uses Intel(R) HD Graphics Family. I really wonder too.
My laptop too. I use Asus N43SL and the graphics card is GEFORCE GT540M CUDA 2GB. I'm running on Windows 7 ultimate SP1. The Desktop performance for Windows Aero is only 4.7 and the display uses Intel(R) HD Graphics Family. I really wonder too.

#11
Posted 02/28/2012 05:15 AM   
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