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Nvidia Compatible display driver needed, I think..

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by halo, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. halo

    halo Thread Starter

    Jul 1, 2002

    I've go an Athlon, running Windows ME.

    I went to Nvidia.com to update my graphics card driver, and the site said to uninstall all NVIDIA display drivers from the Windows Control Panel, so I did that, downloaded the new driver, restarted and now I'm stuck on 640x480 res and 16 colours...
    these are the messages that come up when I start up:
    "Your display adaptor is not configured properly, to correct the problem, click OK to start the hardware instillation wizard"

    Then I select NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 6.2B click Next

    "The device is installed but has a problem, to view properties etc... click finish"
    I click Reinstall Driver, then Auto search
    "Windows needs the disk labelled NVIDIA Compatible display driver disk1"

    I dont have that disk. do you know if I can find this on the net?

    Also this error message pops up on start up:
    "RunDLL, Error in NvQwk, Missing entry: Nv Cpl Daemon"

    thanks in advance, for any help
  2. p8jx6


    Jan 24, 2005
    i'm not sure how experianced you are, but if you can find the place that the whole detanator driver package was extracted,(either C:\nvidia\ or c:\windows\temp) then just have windows look there for the drivers, if you have a unzipping program, such as "winzip", or "winrar", or maybe "winace" you should be able to right click on the package EXE, and extract to some place on you hard disk, and that will become driver disk 1 to "X"
  3. CarlssonMB


    Oct 30, 2004
    for nvidia its is usually at C:/NVIDIA
  4. Triple6

    Triple6 Moderator

    Dec 26, 2002
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    Download and run Driver Cleaner: http://www.drivercleaner.net/dc.htm

    Then run the file you downloaded, it should install and configure the new driver for you. You really shouldn't need to browse for any files or anything like that.
  5. halo

    halo Thread Starter

    Jul 1, 2002
    All fixed, thanks guys. I uninstalled and re-installed up and running again.

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