This PC is unable to run Windows 10
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Here's why NVIDIA GeForce 615SE nForce 430 The Display manufacturer hasn't made your display compatible with Windows 10 check with the manudacturer for support How to fix this issues ?
Here's why
NVIDIA GeForce 615SE nForce 430
The Display manufacturer hasn't made your display compatible with Windows 10 check with the manudacturer for support

How to fix this issues ?

#1
Posted 07/29/2015 05:35 PM   
Getting the same for GeForce 7300 LE, neatly followed by a button asking me to look at new PCs! Don't hold your breath, been numerous posts all day about this and no response from anyone at Nvidia or Microsoft.
Getting the same for GeForce 7300 LE, neatly followed by a button asking me to look at new PCs!

Don't hold your breath, been numerous posts all day about this and no response from anyone at Nvidia or Microsoft.

#2
Posted 07/29/2015 05:47 PM   
an update for NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 show up in windows update as optional but it will not istall through there either
an update for NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 show up in windows update as optional but it will not istall through there either

#3
Posted 07/29/2015 05:51 PM   
After a second check of installed updated Its listed that the update succeeded and that the upgrade to windows 10 pro failed But when rechecking for updates it lists 1 important (ie windows 10) update and 1 optional update The optional update againg after 3 attempts is the NVIDIA driver update for NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 Download size: 172.7 MB You may need to restart your computer for this update to take effect. Update type: Optional This driver was provided by NVIDIA for support of NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 More information: http://sysdev.microsoft.com/support/default.aspx Help and Support: http://support.microsoft.com/select/?target=hub
After a second check of installed updated Its listed that the update succeeded and that the upgrade to windows 10 pro failed But when rechecking for updates it lists 1 important (ie windows 10) update and 1 optional update The optional update againg after 3 attempts is the NVIDIA driver update for NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

Download size: 172.7 MB

You may need to restart your computer for this update to take effect.

Update type: Optional

This driver was provided by NVIDIA for support of NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

More information:

http://sysdev.microsoft.com/support/default.aspx


Help and Support:

http://support.microsoft.com/select/?target=hub

#4
Posted 07/29/2015 06:10 PM   
Notice on the two links above this one http://sysdev.microsoft.com/support/default.aspx say Driver information coming soon.... Sure hope so
Notice on the two links above this one http://sysdev.microsoft.com/support/default.aspx


say Driver information coming soon.... Sure hope so

#5
Posted 07/29/2015 06:47 PM   
In the meantime, install the last Win8.1 driver. I did and it's working fine. Only drawback is when you check dxdiag, it shows that DirectX has fallen back to DX9 to work. Until Nvidia actually puts out Win10 drivers for these legacy products, you're stuck. Installing the 8.1 drivers at least gets you up and running for now.
In the meantime, install the last Win8.1 driver. I did and it's working fine. Only drawback is when you check dxdiag, it shows that DirectX has fallen back to DX9 to work. Until Nvidia actually puts out Win10 drivers for these legacy products, you're stuck. Installing the 8.1 drivers at least gets you up and running for now.

#6
Posted 07/29/2015 06:55 PM   
[quote=""]In the meantime, install the last Win8.1 driver. I did and it's working fine. Only drawback is when you check dxdiag, it shows that DirectX has fallen back to DX9 to work. Until Nvidia actually puts out Win10 drivers for these legacy products, you're stuck. Installing the 8.1 drivers at least gets you up and running for now.[/quote] i am unable to find drivers of windows 8.1 please can you provide the link or information
said:In the meantime, install the last Win8.1 driver. I did and it's working fine. Only drawback is when you check dxdiag, it shows that DirectX has fallen back to DX9 to work. Until Nvidia actually puts out Win10 drivers for these legacy products, you're stuck. Installing the 8.1 drivers at least gets you up and running for now.
i am unable to find drivers of windows 8.1 please can you provide the link or information

#7
Posted 07/31/2015 04:21 PM   
[quote=""][quote=""]In the meantime, install the last Win8.1 driver. I did and it's working fine. Only drawback is when you check dxdiag, it shows that DirectX has fallen back to DX9 to work. Until Nvidia actually puts out Win10 drivers for these legacy products, you're stuck. Installing the 8.1 drivers at least gets you up and running for now.[/quote] i am unable to find drivers of windows 8.1 please can you provide the link or information[/quote] Me too
said:
said:In the meantime, install the last Win8.1 driver. I did and it's working fine. Only drawback is when you check dxdiag, it shows that DirectX has fallen back to DX9 to work. Until Nvidia actually puts out Win10 drivers for these legacy products, you're stuck. Installing the 8.1 drivers at least gets you up and running for now.
i am unable to find drivers of windows 8.1 please can you provide the link or information


Me too

#8
Posted 07/31/2015 11:48 PM   
Im getting the same for the 7100 series. It wont update, incompatible.
Im getting the same for the 7100 series. It wont update, incompatible.

#9
Posted 08/01/2015 01:43 AM   
I get the message that my pc is unable to run Windows 10 because the Nvidia GeForce GT240M is incompatible. When I try to run the update from the Nvidia site it won't install after downloading. I know this isn't the latest and greatest hardware but I should still be able to install an update to the driver that is being touted by Nvidia as a fix for the Windows 10 problem. Is anyone else having the same problem - or have any words of wisdom as to how to resolve the issue without just getting a new desktop pc!
I get the message that my pc is unable to run Windows 10 because the Nvidia GeForce GT240M is incompatible. When I try to run the update from the Nvidia site it won't install after downloading. I know this isn't the latest and greatest hardware but I should still be able to install an update to the driver that is being touted by Nvidia as a fix for the Windows 10 problem.

Is anyone else having the same problem - or have any words of wisdom as to how to resolve the issue without just getting a new desktop pc!

#10
Posted 08/02/2015 01:05 AM   
If you have Windows 8.1 sign into your Microsoft account. Type Windows 10 in the Search Box. Check Windows 10 in the Drop down. In the lower left there should be two boxes. One for 32bit and one for 64bit. Check which one that applies to you to start the Download Tool. Then just follow directions. This process will take about five hours, so be patient> Good luck
If you have Windows 8.1 sign into your Microsoft account. Type Windows 10 in the Search Box. Check Windows 10 in the Drop down. In the lower left there should be two boxes. One for 32bit and one for 64bit. Check which one that applies to you to start the Download Tool. Then just follow directions.
This process will take about five hours, so be patient>

Good luck

#11
Posted 08/02/2015 02:35 AM   
[size="L"]GeForce 7600 GT and Windows 10 64-bit working[/size] It will be the same for another “unsupported, end of live” video card. Installation is simple. Just two steps. 1. Windows 10 64-bit installation: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 2. GeForce 309.08 Driver installation: http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/82758 Have a nice day.
GeForce 7600 GT and Windows 10 64-bit working

It will be the same for another “unsupported, end of live” video card. Installation is simple. Just two steps.
1. Windows 10 64-bit installation:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10


2. GeForce 309.08 Driver installation:

http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/82758


Have a nice day.

#12
Posted 08/02/2015 04:32 AM   
I have a Dell Computer with Window 7 and a NVDIDIA GeForce 7300 LE graphic card ,I want to update to Window 10 . Windows message is that display manufacturer hasn't made my display compatible, So what is the next step????
I have a Dell Computer with Window 7 and a NVDIDIA GeForce 7300 LE graphic card ,I want to update to Window 10 . Windows message is that display manufacturer hasn't made my display compatible, So what is the next step????

#13
Posted 08/02/2015 03:43 PM   
[quote=""]Getting the same for GeForce 7300 LE, neatly followed by a button asking me to look at new PCs! Don't hold your breath, been numerous posts all day about this and no response from anyone at Nvidia or Microsoft. [/quote]
said:Getting the same for GeForce 7300 LE, neatly followed by a button asking me to look at new PCs!

Don't hold your breath, been numerous posts all day about this and no response from anyone at Nvidia or Microsoft.

#14
Posted 08/02/2015 03:44 PM   
I have GeForce 6150 LE and I have tried everything to update to Windows 10 and nothing is working. Has anyone found a way to fix this problem? Thanks.
I have GeForce 6150 LE and I have tried everything to update to Windows 10 and nothing is working. Has anyone found a way to fix this problem?
Thanks.

#15
Posted 08/02/2015 05:56 PM   
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