Can't load new VG card drivers

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ezjim

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I installed a new video card and when I attempt to install new drivers from the included CD, I get an error mesg...."Installation Support File could not be found". The File is listed as...C:\DOCUME~1\OWNER~1.jim\LOCALS~1\temp\(bunchofnumbers)\isrt.dll
Can you give me a clue as to how???? Thanks :)......ezjim
 

ezjim

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Thanks for your response. Yes. Win XP is my OS I'm embarresed to admit to buying a cheap card, but it wasn't meant to work very hard. It's a Chaintech, GeForce MX4000. (Go ahead Geeks, have some laughs, I can handle it) I spent a $100 more for the last card and only got less than a yr. out of it. Question remains, "How do replace that file"????
tks, ezjim
 

dustyjay

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Download the latest drivers from the Chaintech website and install them. I am assuming that you can operate with the resident drivers from Windows and the Video is at least operating at the moment.
 

ezjim

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Answering Dustyjay response...Yes my win drivers are working basic video...I downloaded the recomended drivers from Chaintech but they wouldn't load..Errror msg.."cannot find nvidia hardware".... bs! Thanks though. Still searching for answer. ezjim
 

dustyjay

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Try unistalling the video card completely from device manager. do not restart. go to add/remove programs and if there is anything in there about your GeForce card uninstall that. Restart your computer. Upon boot up it should have a found new hardware Wizard, tell it to find your driver where you downloaded it to. Or Click Cancel then try to install the driver from where you downloaded it to. See if that helps.
 
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