FX 2500M VISTA DRIVER

Aou know the strange thing though is this machine is labeled with “Windows Vista Capable” logo! If you have any supplemental files, screen shots, etc. I have the same question The sooner we hear from you, the sooner we can investigate and try to fix the problem. The title is the first thing we see when we get the report, so a succinct, clear title will help us effectively identify and prioritize the problem. Any incorrect or missing steps can prevent us from being able to reproduce and address the problem. Hi Andre, where do I file such a hardware driver request?

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If you don’t have the right drivers, how could a rating ever say something meaningful? Although Vista is meant to run on a 64 platform, there are even less drivers available for that platform then for the bit.

I have had moderate experience with upgrading video drivers with Vista. It’s just a matter of not enough customers screaming loud enough Please file your report as soon as possible after you find a problem.

So dx Dell Precision M90 has the logo “Windows Vista Capable” but can’t run with a resulution higher the x something on a standard VGA driver even though the pc can do x this is great isn’t it? After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. I searched another way, found the right driver, and got it working.

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Thanks for taking a look, and thanks for any suggestions! So there must be a way to get a beta driver from someone or what do you advice? Look at the situation for all the bit systems. The nVidia “work-around” for the Vista Beta driver.

NVIDIA Quadro FX 2500M driver on Vista Beta 2

Could you give me some idea of how to file this driver request? I installed Windows Vista Beta 2 yesterday and jsut got the basic standard VGA driver installed, which isn’t a great thing on a high end notebook.

Just out of curiosity, how did the machine rate? If you have any supplemental files, screen shots, etc. The title is visra first thing we see when we get the report, so a succinct, clear title will help us effectively identify and prioritize the problem. Hi Cyanna, thanks for the first info! This is a real bad supporting issues from NVIDIA since I particular bought this new high end machine for the Windows Vista evaluation and solution architecture scenarios. How satisfied are you with this reply?

I’m burning to get this solved, I got to do some evaluation work to plan a software projects new UX! Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? How satisfied are you with this response? Hi Andre, I posted a driver request visga the Vista feedback channel.

Hi Andre, where do I file such a hardware driver request?

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Vista RC1 support for M90 with Quadro FX M – Dell Community

Any incorrect or missing steps can prevent us from being able to reproduce and address the problem. Sorry, bad info, for some reason the FX is not included in the supported hardware.

Sorry for the long post, Vist just wanted to add as vlsta information as possible to hopefully solve this problem. FalanaBR Created on November 17, Of course, the Quadro FX M doesn’t have a windows 7 compatible driver.

Similar Threads Nvidia quadro fx This still did not work, and said that it couldn’t work because ‘The driver selected for this device does not support this version of Windows’ even though it is the Windows 7 version.

Dell Precision M90 recently upgraded to x64 Win7 cannot get proper – Microsoft Community

Tell us about your experience with our site. You can help protect yourself from visga by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. The limitation to x screen resolution in VGA mode is in the specs for the video card. Sorry this didn’t help.