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You might want to give Geforce Experience (from Nvidia) a try. I've used it successfully several time now and it's found a Windows 10 compatible driver for me.


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Hi Ztrucker

I have tried GeForce Experience. Its downloaded on the computer but its not helping its says I have current driver
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Hi iammykyl

I tried three times installing ver 341.44 and no luck. It has downloaded in a file in c drive Nvidia when I click on it I find the setup. so I tried running that still no luck. I went to your link and downloaded modded inf matching 341.44. Was unsure what to do but unzipped and is in the Nvidia file tried running 341.44 again no luck. Not sure if I did this right or not. Here is the file that was generated from the inf.
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Sorry for the delay.   You have downloaded a 64 bit inf file which will not work on you 32 bit OS,   This is my mistake for which I apologise.

 

Some driver files can be both for 32 and 64 bit systems but all the modified inf files for windows 10 are only 64 bit drivers.   The first modified inf files that supports 32 bit systems is 

Nvidia Notebook Display Driver Version 310.90 WHQL for Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 x86 (32-Bit), so W10 upgrade would still fail.

 

I have not been able to find another way to upgrade your display driver.   Unless another member can help, I am fresh out of ideas.

 

I will keep looking.


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Hi iammykyl

 

I had figured this was the problem I kept seeing the 64 bit when I downloaded these drivers.
Didn't say anything cause wasn't sure if that made a difference. I guess it does. I really want to thank you for all you have done to try and help. But would like to ask is there anyway I could maybe upgrade to a 64 bit OS system and if so how?


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The latest 32 bit driver I can find for your Go 7900 on the Nvidia site is this:

 

Go7900.jpg

 

Nothing for Windows 8.1 or 10.

 

Just found this though:  http://forums.window...tml#post3187811

 

The 197.16 drivers are here: https://forums.gefor...eedback-thread/


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