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maniak

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Is there a program I can download to automatically install a driver on a Nvidia Video card when I turn my computer on...?

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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The Skeptic

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Could you explain what you are trying to achieve? Why not install the driver the usual way.
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Every time I try to put a new video card on my computer, the settings aren't defaulted low enough to support the video card without the proper driver... I'm trying to put a new video card on this pc and I need the correct driver in order for it to work. When I turn my pc on with the new video card in, my monitor just shows a black screen. I believe that if I have the correct driver my problem might be resolved...since the monitor works with the current lower grade video card.
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Hey! Didn't your new video card come with the appropriate drivers that you need for it to work? I personally don't know of anything that will make a driver install as soon as you turn your computer on...
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Hello, maniak

here are some websites I though that could help (might want to look at the first one)

http://www.nvidia.co...aspx?lang=en-us

http://www.drivers.com/

http://www.driversup...rg/index-ba.htm

http://www.pc-help-g...ID=142836391021

Try them they are spyware free no worries.


Regards,
ViolentSpawnTech

Edited by Raymundo, 13 June 2008 - 10:11 AM.

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maniak

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see the problem is....I really don't know what kind of graphic cards i have anymore cause I'M piecing together computers from old gaming computers!!! My friend told me that the one he gave me before going to iraq was a geforce 5500 but i can't see a damned thing on my screen in order to download the proper driver...and I don't have the correct software to go with any of these drivers....
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Hello maniak,

Try going here http://www.nodevice....0/get37195.html download the driver and install it reboot your computer and then shut down your computer and then once it's OFF put the video card in and let your OS start.

Regards,
ViolentSpawnTech

Edited by Raymundo, 13 June 2008 - 09:14 PM.

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