I have an eMachines desktop computer running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 in two separate partitions. The Get Windows 10 app says that my Windows 7 partition is compatible with Windows 10, but that my Windows 8.1 cannot be upgraded because the nVidia GeForce 6150SE nforce 430 video board is not supported.
How can that be, since both OS's are running on the exact same hardware? Is it safe to upgrade my Windows 7 partition anyway? I would prefer to upgrade the Windows 8.1 partition, and leave Windows 7 alone. Any suggestions? Hi All, I am able to upgrade my HP Pavillion tx 1000 series Laptop with 'NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150' Graphic card from Windows 7 to Windows 10 OS.
OS, Date added, Filesize, Filename, Downloads, Download link. Windows 7 32 & 64 bit / XP / XP MCE, 30 Oct 2014, 2.28 MB, sp53959b1.exe, 460, Download. Windows 7 32 & 64 bit / XP / XP MCE, 30 Oct 2014, 2.28 MB, sp53959b1.exe, 485, Download. Windows 7 32 & 64 bit / XP / XP MCE, 31 Mar 2014, 4.33 MB. HP 430 Drivers for Windows XP, Windows 7. HP 430 Drivers for Windows XP, Windows 7. HP 430 Drivers for Windows 7 32bit. For Windows 7, Windows 8 (64bit). Asus X552CL Drivers for Windows 7, Windows 8 (64bit) Actually this drivers are for Windows 8 (64bit) but these will also work on Wind.
Initially when I tried to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10, I clicked on the GetW10 icon to 'Reserve your W10 free upgrade' the upgrade stopped due to Incompatible graphic card 'NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150' drivers. I have used Windows 'System Restore' to earlier date. Again installed Windows7 updates and created new 'restore point' before installing 'KB3035583 update' in list of available MS windows updates for windows7.
Step 1: First Install windows 10 and later install NVIDIA Graphic card driver as in step 2 (or you may give a try to do step 2 and later do step 1). Note: Uninstall all the NVIDIA graphic drivers from laptop and restart PC. Bit Serial Data Interface Bmw 3 more. Before that disable auto install hardware drivers through windows update and enable 'Never install driver software from Windows Update'.
Then click on Save Changes. Your laptop screen need to work at low resolution and you will see 'Microsoft Basic Video Driver ' in Device Manger >Display Adapters >. After creating new 'restore point' install 'KB3035583 update' in list of updates for windows7. Later use 'GetW10' icon to 'Reserve and upgrade to W10' Step 2: Install NVIDIA Graphic card driver Download '309.08-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-whql' from below URL. GeForce 309.08 Driver Version: 309.08 WHQL Release Date: 2015.2.24 Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit CUDA Toolkit: 5.0 Language: English (US) File Size: 217.21 MB Create new 'NVIDIA' folder in C: Program Files and install the above graphic driver. If you are unable to install the driver then you need to navigate to below location.
C: Program Files NVIDIA DisplayDriver 309.08 Win8_WinVista_Win7_64 International Display.Driver nv_dispi.inf Edit the Setup Information file 'nv_dispi.inf' in above location in notepad. Changed the text in the below line: NVIDIA_DEV.0240 = 'NVIDIA GeForce 6150' Edit above line to: NVIDIA_DEV.0244 = 'NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150' Note: If you are unable to edit, copy the file to any other location and edit 'nv_dispi. Download Free Game Empire 250 Games Cdn more. inf' file. Later copy it and replace the file in 'C: Program Files NVIDIA DisplayDriver 309.08 Win8_WinVista_Win7_64 International Display.Driver nv_dispi.inf'. Open De vice Manger >Display Adapters >Right click on 'Microsoft Basic Video Driver '.
>Update Driver Software >Browse my computer for driver software, Locate and install driver software manually >Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer >Select NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 from Select the driver you want to install for this hardware. Please see the attached screenshot. Complete the installation and restart the Laptop. Go to Windows 10 Settings >Display >Advanced Display Settings >Select resolution Recommended (example 1280 X 800 ) If the text on screen is small then goto Advanced sizing of text and use custom sizing to 125%. Finally NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 Graphic Card working on Windows 10.
So I just bought a new notebook; HP ProBook 4530s 15.6in Notebook. It came with Windows 7 Professional 32-bit and Windows Recovery CD's, which includes a 64-bit CD. I want to install 64-bit Windows 7 over the current 32-bit installation that was already installed on the notebook but I don't want to do it unless I'm sure that it's going to still be activated and basically exactly the same as the 32-bit one. There's a CD for all the HP software and drivers. So will the 64-bit version already be activated once installed?