Geforce GT 610 Graphics Problem Installing Windows 8
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Hi All, I'm having serious problems installing windows 8 64 bit on a 64 bit machine, the problem is the graphics goes all funny when at the start of the install and then screen goes blank. My graphics card is a ASUS nvidia GEFORCE GT 610. I can install the 32 bit edition of windows 8 but not the 64 bit.
Hi All, I'm having serious problems installing windows 8 64 bit on a 64 bit machine, the problem is the graphics goes all funny when at the start of the install and then screen goes blank. My graphics card is a ASUS nvidia GEFORCE GT 610. I can install the 32 bit edition of windows 8 but not the 64 bit.

#1
Posted 11/13/2012 10:55 PM   
I have the same Problem. Specs: AMD Athlon II X2 250 Nvidia Geforce 560Ti (Gainward) - 1GB
I have the same Problem.

Specs:
AMD Athlon II X2 250
Nvidia Geforce 560Ti (Gainward) - 1GB

#2
Posted 11/14/2012 05:12 PM   
Sry, its of cause the Nvidia Geforce GTX 560 Ti
Sry, its of cause the Nvidia Geforce GTX 560 Ti

#3
Posted 11/14/2012 10:35 PM   
Hey guys, We are aware of the issue, work around details can be found here: [url]http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3170[/url]
Hey guys,

We are aware of the issue, work around details can be found here:

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3170

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#4
Posted 11/14/2012 10:47 PM   
The problem is that I cant change or uninstall any driver because this problem comes in the middle of the installation when it shows "Devices gets ready" so I cant reboot or boot in safe mode. Also after the "Devices gets ready"-Problem while the black screen the grafics cooler runs at maximum and the pc is this strange mode until a hard reset. It seem to be a damaged Driver in the Windows-Installation
The problem is that I cant change or uninstall any driver because this problem comes in the middle of the installation when it shows "Devices gets ready" so I cant reboot or boot in safe mode. Also after the "Devices gets ready"-Problem while the black screen the grafics cooler runs at maximum and the pc is this strange mode until a hard reset. It seem to be a damaged Driver in the Windows-Installation

#5
Posted 11/15/2012 01:13 PM   
Thanks for the reply's.
Thanks for the reply's.

#6
Posted 11/15/2012 01:58 PM   
[quote="Josh@NVIDIA"]Hey guys, We are aware of the issue, work around details can be found here: [url]http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3170[/url][/quote] My problem is I can't even install the 64 bit version of Windows 8 because the screen is unreadable on initial install, it artifacts I think that's the term for it. Anyway round this?
Josh@NVIDIA said:Hey guys,

We are aware of the issue, work around details can be found here:

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3170
My problem is I can't even install the 64 bit version of Windows 8 because the screen is unreadable on initial install, it artifacts I think that's the term for it. Anyway round this?

#7
Posted 11/15/2012 02:03 PM   
I have the same problem like you as I wrote in my previous posts
I have the same problem like you as I wrote in my previous posts

#8
Posted 11/20/2012 11:45 PM   
Yeah it's crazy situation, I wish NVIDA or Microsoft would sort this out, I even tried it on a friends machine which has NVIDA graphics card and the problem your having is exactly the same, it goes to installing devices at 9% then screen goes black and nothing after.
Yeah it's crazy situation, I wish NVIDA or Microsoft would sort this out, I even tried it on a friends machine which has NVIDA graphics card and the problem your having is exactly the same, it goes to installing devices at 9% then screen goes black and nothing after.

#9
Posted 11/21/2012 10:27 AM   
I'm having the same issue as well GTX 460. When in install win8 pro 32 bit the graphics in the windows installer are fine but when i install the 64 bit version the graphics have all sorts of artifacts. Any solutions to this problem?
I'm having the same issue as well GTX 460. When in install win8 pro 32 bit the graphics in the windows installer are fine but when i install the 64 bit version the graphics have all sorts of artifacts. Any solutions to this problem?

#10
Posted 12/08/2012 10:15 PM   
Me as well - GTX 460. Windows 8 install screen is difficult to read, after going through install and rebooting it says readying devices and then the monitor loses signal and sleeps. Any help Nvidia?
Me as well - GTX 460. Windows 8 install screen is difficult to read, after going through install and rebooting it says readying devices and then the monitor loses signal and sleeps. Any help Nvidia?

#11
Posted 12/20/2012 06:45 PM   
It seems nobody knows the answer to this problem, anyway I've ditched Windows 8 and went back to 7.
It seems nobody knows the answer to this problem, anyway I've ditched Windows 8 and went back to 7.

#12
Posted 01/06/2013 07:50 PM   
I have three cards Geforce, a GT220, GT430 (both Gigabyte) and a 9500GT. I tested all cards working properly in Win7x32, Win7x64 and Win8x32. In Win8x64 only works well the 9500GT. With the other image appears distorted ("artifacts") I discarded problems of overheating, oxidation or poor contact. I have tried different generic drivers, recommended by Gigabyte, with the only difference that the PC crashes with the 310.90 driver (on Win8x64) I'm sure there must be some way to make it work well in Win8x64 because Win7x64 driver is the same and work perfectly in Win7x64
I have three cards Geforce, a GT220, GT430 (both Gigabyte) and a 9500GT. I tested all cards working properly in Win7x32, Win7x64 and Win8x32. In Win8x64 only works well the 9500GT. With the other image appears distorted ("artifacts")

I discarded problems of overheating, oxidation or poor contact. I have tried different generic drivers, recommended by Gigabyte, with the only difference that the PC crashes with the 310.90 driver (on Win8x64)

I'm sure there must be some way to make it work well in Win8x64 because Win7x64 driver is the same and work perfectly in Win7x64

#13
Posted 01/13/2013 12:35 PM   
My GT 520 also gives me a broken screen on the first installation screen of Windows 8. It's impossible to see anything. Only option is to get remove the graphics card.
My GT 520 also gives me a broken screen on the first installation screen of Windows 8. It's impossible to see anything. Only option is to get remove the graphics card.

#14
Posted 01/14/2013 10:17 PM   
Are there any news on this topic? The provided answer is not the solution for our problem. However, I noticed that most of us are using a nForce 520 (nforce 430) chipset...
Are there any news on this topic? The provided answer is not the solution for our problem. However, I noticed that most of us are using a nForce 520 (nforce 430) chipset...

#15
Posted 02/11/2013 08:17 AM   
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