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Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by mcrdpisc2086, Feb 16, 2007.

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  1. mcrdpisc2086

    mcrdpisc2086 Thread Starter

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    since the last time that i wrote in with a problem i have exchanged my tower for a brand new one. but my display driver nvlddmkm keeps not responding and recovering. one of the same problems as my last pc. i have a gforce 6100 256MB graphics card. what can i do about this problem. new card? reload display driver?
     
  2. loserOlimbs

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    I'd say a good starting point is removing the old drivers and installing these
    http://www.nvidia.com/object/winvista_x86_97.46.html

    Make sure they problem is either gone or still there and we'll see where to go.
    Thats is for Vista x86 by the way, I assume thats what your running.
     
  3. aplusboy

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    CNET has a handy online utility the VISTA Upgrade Advisor that scans your computer to see how well VISTA will work with your computer.
    http://www.cnet.com/4520-33_1-6671810-1.html?tag=one
    I have an onboard NVidia gforce 6100 256MB graphics card. The advisor gave it a minimal pass. I hanging with XP for the time being. I'll let it go on it's shakedown cruise for a year before I upgrade. I am using VISTA at work and rather like it but I have feel no compelling reason to change my home computer right now.
     
  4. mcrdpisc2086

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    how do you remove old drivers from your computer on windows vista? im having problems with that. cant search it on my computer
     
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