So, I went into Add or Remove Programs and I uninstalled 3 different versions of nVidia drivers. One that just said "nVidia drivers", one that said "nVidia nForce drivers" and one that said "nVidia nForce utilities". I was able to update my nVidia nForce drivers without a problem, but when I tried to update my nVidia graphics card drivers, this is the error message I got "The NVIDIA Setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit.". Now, this is very puzzling to me, because I have done this many times before. So, I went back to the site, and tried to install an earlier version of drivers, and also got the same message. I don't get it. The only thing I can think of is, is that I uninstalled something I shouldn't have, but the directions on their site told me to do so. That said, I have successfully updated my drivers 2 or 3 times without error before on this machine with this graphics card, and I never uninstalled anything, so I'm thinking that is probably the problem? Agh! Help!
My system specs are:
Athlon XP 2500 Barton
Asus a7n8x v2.0 deluxe motherboard (nVidia nForce2 Ultra400)
512mb Corsair XMS pc3200 memory
nVidia GeForce FX 5200 (Asus V9520 Magic) graphics card
edit: I just ran a program called Everest on my computer, which gives you detailed specs about your PC, and I might of found something that may be useful, under chipset > problems, it said "AGP is disabled. This may cause performance penalty." and "Current AGP speed is lower than maximum supported. This may cause performance penalty." My motherboard supports 8x AGP but it says my current AGP is only 4x, does anyone know how to change this?
Edited by RyGuy, 10 July 2005 - 08:47 PM.