Originally Posted by lukas
Tried installing it via the drivers and not the website?
I have downloaded all the drivers I tried to use and only now just found the original disk (in the back of a drawer
) so I will try them
Originally Posted by luke992006
are you sure that you are installing the proper drivers for your card and OS?
Yes, 64 bit Vista WHQL drivers (175.19 I think) downloaded from nVidia site
Originally Posted by meat_helmet
Download driver cleaner here: Download Drivers
, you can do this in safe mode with networking if you need to. Then just follow the instructions to remove all traces of Nvidia drivers - do this is safe mode. Simply uninstalling drivers is not enough and yo can get conflicts with registry keys etc.
Then try installing the drivers again (make sure you have the right ones for your OS...32bit or 64bit) and hopefully it will work.
Downloading now, will post results, hopefully I can get it going.
Maybe the first set of drivers I tried were at fault. I installed them on vista earlier and had to end up reinstalling Vista. But now I have the same problem with the reinstalled version. Pity
Same problems, the uninstall didn't work.
There's no IRQ conflict or what not, the graphics works fine until drivers are installed then the problems arise. The driver remover found nothing after I had uninstalled the drivers via the control panel and restarted. Also I used the original drivers for the Graphics.
Could it be a hardware conflict or something with my new setup? I don't want to reinstall vista as this didn't solve it last time. It's very unusual.
Also I can't seem to be abl;e to change my profile picture or avatar. I tried both the web and from my pc type of uplading, but no good. (Invalid File etc.) Have tried all the possible file formats, using the correct size photo's. Anyone able to offer any insight
Ok, found this site:
Print Page - P45 Neo-F (MS-7519) - My experiences
Same problems with this board as mine. Possibly an imcompatability with the P45 and nVidia Drivers? I'm going to flash my BIOS with F10g BIOS. It say's on the Gigabyte site that F6 fixed "VGA compatability Issues", Woopeee!
Oh and for anyone with a G92 GPU, check this up before you buy a p45 board!