I actually solved the problem myself by actually "reading" the info on the Nvidia website. I am learning patience is a virtue when it comes to computers. They do what you tell them, not what you want.
The GeForce 9200 is no longer showing on the Nvidia website. You have to ask support for it or as in my case, Google it. I downloaded the package and glanced over the install instructions. You are given two choices for an install, Express (Recommended) or Custom. For a regular install, you are to choose Express, follow the onscreen instructions and it installs. When I was looking for the info you requested, I decided to "read" the instructions. I found the topic "What to do if an install fails". You repeat the install, only this time you are to choose Custom, and make sure the "Clean Install" is checked. A clean install erases all instances of the driver being updated and then installs the necessary driver. I did that and the computer is now fixed. No exclamation points in Device Manager.
The three listings for the driver. When I went into Device Manager to manually install, under Nvidia, there was a driver for 2016 and two for 2015. It repeated that twice, so I had three drivers for 2016 and six for 2015. Following directions would have saved a lot of headache for me. This was not a case of driver/operating system incompatibility as I thought it was, the reason for posting here instead of hardware. It was a case of junk on the computer.
Thank you for your time.
Edited by tjmcs, 17 August 2022 - 08:03 PM.