i have a dell d610 latittude with a graphic controller intel gma900.I've installed windows 7 and it is working but i don't have video. In fact my computer is asking me for the video drivers. Where can I find the graphics controller drivers for an intel gma900 for windows 7 ultimate(32)?
I was considering putting Windows 7 on my girlfriend's old Dell D610 laptop. I recently put 2 gig of RAM in it total, but it is still running a 1.6GH Pentium M with integrated Intel graphics.
Basically, the only purpose I want for the laptop is to stream Netflix and Media Center onto her TV. I know I wont be able to enable Aero, but I just wanted to make sure that Win 7 and Media Center will run okay on a laptop that old.
I've tried many different beta builds of Windows 7 on my Dell Latitude D610 including and up to build 7229, but they all have the same problem. Everything works great except for the video driver that is downloaded through Windows Update. The video card driver that is downloaded through Windows Udate is the "Mobile Intel(R) 915GM/GMS,910GML Express Chipset Family". Once the driver is installed, and the laptop restarted, everything looks great at the native 1400x1050 resolution until I click on the Start button or fire up IE8. Then the entire screen washes out I can't read anything. It's hard to explain, but basically it looks like the contrast and brightness is turned all the way up and makes the laptop unusuable. I tried downloading the drivers from Dell's website, but they are for WinXP only and I didn't have any luck installing them. I also tried going to Intel's website and looking for a Win7 beta driver for my video chipset but didn't find any.
The Dell I have I bought used off of eBay so I do not have any of the discs. When I turn it on this morning, it has the screen, "windows failed to start....". There was no recent hardware or software change. when I try to run launch start up repair it gives me this message. The system cannot find the path specified. (0x80070003) <clicked ok> start up repair cannot repair this computer automatically either>>>detail, Start up Reapri Offline. To use System Restore, you must specify which windows installation to restore. Windows cannot check for memory problems. When try to just select Start Windows Normally, it begins and when it gets to the glowing Windows 7 Logo, it freezes with the 4 glowing windows boxes. When I hit F12 and try to go into safemode, it shows a huge list of drivers and then just freezes. I was on something else that I now can't remember and it said "no diagnostic utility partition found." Like I said, I don'thave a CD for this computer.
when i turn on the computer the 1st screen i see it the dell screen and i can see the loading bar load. after it completes it load it goes to a blank black screen with the courser flashing in the upper left corner and thats it.
Is there any way I can have Aero on my laptop?? I cannot give you the specs of the video card because it calls it "Standard VGA Graphics Adapter" and I have no specific info.. there is also something titles "Video Controller" but it doesn't have the drivers for it.
how will I know whether graphics card drivers are installed on my Dell Inspiron 15R 5520.This laptop comes with Dedicated built-in AMD Radeon 7670M 1GB graphics card.I have Windows 7 Ultimate installed.
I have a Dell Optiplex 740 that I'm using to test Windows 7 on. I have 3 video cards total. 2 are PCI cards and 1 is integrated. Windows sees the Integrated in the device manager but when I go in to the display control to change resolution I cant choose it to extended my screen to. It doesnt even show up in the selection. Only the 2 other cards. I went into the bios and made sure it wasnt disabled, I made sure the right drivers are installed, the cable is plugged in, and the monitor is on and has power. What else could be wrong?
I have a DELL D410 ultra portable laptop with a the famous Intel 915GM video adapter. Windows 7 recognize it and I am able to install the driver that I found in the INF folder. But after a restart I have 2 unrecognized VGA adapters.
It's really amazing because after driver installation, everything seems working, except may be aero that it is not supported by this adapter. But in device manager I have remarked that the driver is marked for uninstall which I never requested. Why Windows 7 wants to uninstall a device by its own while this one is working correctly?
I have a Dell Inspiron N5110 15R laptop. It has Intel Core i3 processor (2.30GHz). I wanted to know if there is a graphic card I can put into it to increase the video memory. I really want to upgrade my Graphics performance by installing an additional video card. if I can do that and what graphics card having how much memory are supported for my system?
The specifications of my Dell Laptop are given below, (I am waiting for your replies, please reply on your earliest). CPU: CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2350M CPU @ 2.30GHz Motherboard: Dell Inc. 034W60
i have just installed a fresh clean install of windows 7 on my dell xps 1530 laptop.I originally had windows xp on it which ran without no problems at all. So everything grand except for a couple of small problems which i was wondering if anybody on here knew of how to fix or even any forums or anything where id be better of asking the question.
Want to play a game of chess and as it loaded up i got a popup saying.."Hardware acceleration is either disabled or not supported by your video card driver. Make sure you have the latest video card driver and hardware acceleration is turned on".. Stil lets me play just not in the old style 2d way unlike the new glossy version on some vista machines ive seen.Watching you tube videos and everything else works grand though.Also gaming graphics and graphics in the performance info and tools index on windows is a 1.0 were as everything else is 5.5 or 6..I know my laptop had a proper nvidea gforce video card(think it was nvidea nforce) and also played football manager and the likes without a bother?
Have gone onto numerous websites and goggled everything but everything i download seems to say not suitable for this hardware or something along those lines?
I would try to find the resolution before posting, but Windows 7 doesn't recognize my graphics card and i forgot which one it is i had, so i couldn't search for the exact model amongst the forums.
I have a Dell XPS M1530 which came pre-installed with Windows Vista. When i upgraded a couple of days ago to Windows 7, most of my video games stopped working giving me errors that, after i looked them up, refer to problems with the graphics. I looked up solutions and most said to get the most recent driver.
I tried automatically updating the driver for my graphics card through the device manager, but it said i already have the best/most recent driver installed. My question is: How do i find out which graphics card i actually have (currently it says i have a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter), and where can i find the driver for it to get my games to work. Also, my report from the directx diagnostic tool returns the following (if this helps).
I have a Dell Inspiron N5110 15R laptop. It has Intel Core i3 processor (2.30GHz). I wanted to know if there is a graphic card I can put into it to increase the video memory. I really want to upgrade my Graphics performance by installing an additional video card. I can do that and what graphics card having how much memory are supported for my system?