I installed the ones that would install easily and then started working on getting the others one by one in no particular order. With that, a 64 bit OS runs nicely. How satisfied are you with this reply? Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Message 5 of
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XP x64 is listed.
We must add your video hardware ID manually. Display Drivers and coprocessor Apr 17, Giving up gforce XP 64 is good by me!
I installed the ones that would install easily and then started working on getting the others one by one in no particular order. XPx 64 had to be the worst option of any OS you could have installed on a home PC, due to a lack of drivers.
Gotta solve that one way or another. Very close in specs to yours. In reply to Kiran Kishore’s post on August 12, You will find the hardware Id for your video adapter by clicking on the video adapter in the device manager.
Kiran Kishore Replied on August 12, I should have written down what the message was, but didn’t.
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No, create an account now. I hope to follow through with your suggestions as quickly as I can, starting with memory, then Win 7 Home, etc.
But the video has to improve. Already have an account?
This topic has been archived. The ones you posted would not install. You may also try and manually install if they do not automatically install by using the update driver method in the device manager for these devices and select the search my computer method, and browse to C: I have just noticed in the device manager of my new PC, under ‘other devices’, something called ‘coprocessor’ is listed with following status: I might coprocessog up going back to that if necessary.
Yes, my password is: She could not find “recovery gfeorce Came with Vista bit — was not working.
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I think I will have a great computer for a geforve up system in case of issues with my newer one! That string of characters is the hardware ID. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Thanks again for listening and trying to help me out.
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Afraid the above was a bit premature You will have no problem with drivers. I don’t see anyplace you can get recovery disks for that notebook foprocessor.
Thanks greatly for any help. DennisBush Replied on September 14, I spent a lot of time in research on this. I’ve never succeeded in disabling the and as a result i’ve had lots of problems, black screen when alt tabbing, black screen when going to task manager, what look like driver related crashes pink screen, blue screen and one that looks like the screen has shattered and of course the coprocessor problem.
Some users seem to have had differing levels of success, but updated ‘official’ Drivers would not appear to be a realistic expectation as the Graphics Card seems to be well beyond ‘end of life’ support.