it seems your using the latest nvidia one click here i used a 7 series card (various driver not responding messages) and an 8 series (random crashes) best result i got was uninstalling the nvidia ones and letting windows find a driver, there seems to be a long road ahead for the graphics drivers, nvid ones anyway!
I think theres a misunderstanding , i bought a new machine
acer aspire t180
i havent updated the drivers for the display yet because i am not sure which one to download , but i am haveing problems with the video display error coming up....i just wanted to check if the one i quoted was the right one for mr to download.
you must forgive me i'am a bit of a novice at this
oh sorry, try this: go to my previous link, click 'english uk' from the right hand menu, click 'primary dowmload' select save and not run, save to desktop or documents and remember name of file. control panel>> system>> device manager>> video adaptor>> right click>> uninstall>> system will reboot. after reboot you will have basic vga? graphics and now you install the nvidia driver, 2 options 1) dissable your av fully 2) go into safe mode on reboot (tap f8 key while pc is rebooting)
with either option, locate your downloaded drivers, double right click>> run this will install drivers prompting another reboot after the reboot you should have an nvidia icon on taskbar by the clock right click and goto nvidia control panel, this allows you to select your settings. hope this helps adam
im quite new to computing and learned pretty much by trial and error, if you follow the instructions i posted you should be fine, windows looks after itself and will give you pointers if you're about to upset anything major, you should be fine. good luck adam
it just stops norton and kasperspy blocking registry changes on my set ups, hell of a lot simpler that trying to fight there over protective suspicious behavior guards, as they dont start in safe mode. one thing i have noticed with nvidia drivers, they dont let you know if they have been installed incorrectly' the nvidia site advises you to dissable security programs most real time protect programs rarely allow you to disable them fully so my advice is safe mode. adam