Graphics card drivers for W10

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#1

I like to piddle, try to make things work and see what won’t. So I have a computer that has a D915GAG Intel motherboard and I could load W10 because the Pentium 4 processor didn’t support NX or XD. So I started looking through the processors I had and found a Pentium 4 560 that would run W10. But it supported on 32 bit. I had installed an ATIMV 2250 graphics card because the computer was loaded with W7 Pro and I could not get hardware acceleration to work and the card was very cheap and works well.

But when I installed W10 32 bit I could not get the card to work and could find no drivers for W10. I was perusing the web and found an article where someone said that they had gotten the card to work by downloading “7/8.1 package drivers” and then told how to get them installed. But he didn’t say where he got the package and AMD doesn’t have it as I can find.

So does anyone know what he meant by a 7/8.1 package and when to find them. Thanks.


#2

I found this.

https://community.amd.com/thread/184718

Then I found this:

http://www.driverscape.com/download/ati-firemv-2250


#3

[QUOTE=beef barley;2779564]I found this.

https://community.amd.com/thread/184718

Then I found this:

http://www.driverscape.com/download/ati-firemv-2250[/QUOTE]

Thanks beef barley. The first link is the article I read but couldn’t find the drivers mentioned.

The second link I appreciate and will try the drivers and see what happens. Thanks again.


#4

At AMD, the drivers (marked as Vista/Win7) are http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/workstation/multi-view/legacy?os=Windows%207%20-%2032&rev=8.593.100.8

No found any that reference Windows 8.

NB. This card is based on the radeon x1k series, legacied quite some time back.
I tried installing Windows 10 to a system with an X700, early in the install, it went to unsupported video mode.


#5

[QUOTE=beef barley;2779564]I found this.

https://community.amd.com/thread/184718

Then I found this:

http://www.driverscape.com/download/ati-firemv-2250[/QUOTE]

Just wanted to let you know beef barley that I could not get the drivers to install. First I tried installing them straight up and they wouldn’t install, which I knew that probably wouldn’t work. Then I tried installing them in compatibility mode for W7 and they wouldn’t install. I tried the same for XP but nothing would install. Thanks.


#6

[QUOTE=Matth;2779679]At AMD, the drivers (marked as Vista/Win7) are http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/workstation/multi-view/legacy?os=Windows%207%20-%2032&rev=8.593.100.8

No found any that reference Windows 8.

NB. This card is based on the radeon x1k series, legacied quite some time back.
I tried installing Windows 10 to a system with an X700, early in the install, it went to unsupported video mode.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Matth, just had time to try the driver you recommended and it worked like a champ. Thanks again.


#7

Hi, The Driver was downloaded in Device manager? I to reinstall it in device manager, the Windows system will help you install it. On the other hand, you can download from the official support website of your computer. Finally, it is better for you to use driver tool to install display card for Windows 7. I ever use it, it is very convenient.


#8

[QUOTE=pravin007techno;2783937]Hi, The Driver was downloaded in Device manager? I to reinstall it in device manager, the Windows system will help you install it. On the other hand, you can download from the official support website of your computer. Finally, it is better for you to use driver tool to install display card for Windows 7. I ever use it, it is very convenient.[/QUOTE]
Well since know one knows what hardware yours is how would you expect anyone to diagnosis this problem?


#9

Hi, friend, I have Nvidia Geforce 520M but don’t know where I can download and how to install the driver in my Windows 10? Any suggestion?


#10

http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
Select the models, driver and the OS and you should be prompted to save an file, save it and run it you should be good to go.