uSerKey and getit29,
yes the default driver is the 126.96.36.199 date 4/07/2004, and the nvidia driver from their site fro a FX5200 was 175.19 date signed 2008-07-09.
So YES, go ahead and download from Nvidia? Thanks.
This computer is hanging and takes (I’m not kidding you) about five minutes to log on to the internet from the power button. I’m trying to help my friend and his grlfrd out. I’ve downloaded malwarebytes and ran a full scan, found 14 viruses. removed.
Ran a de-fragmentation, open the tower case and blew out a lot of dust. it really need the OS to be reformatted,but they tell me they can’t find the backup disk. They have Verizon FIOS high speed service,but acts like it’s on Dial-Up! Very frustrating.
They can not afford a new computer, so I think they would have to go to DELL and buy a reboot disk to reload all the window files that could be corrupted.
They also had Bearshare of all things on as their browser,which I removed last time I was over,but without doing anything (what they told me) it magically reappeared.
I went to ADD / REMOVE PROGRAMS, and tried to uninstall, but it not complete the uninstall. I went to REGEDIT and manually removed all instances from the Software folder on each of the folders,emptied recycle bin, restarted the computer then updated from SP2 to SP3 from microsoft, then updated IE from v.6. to v.7, which started doing a malware and malicious file search and dump. It has two 512MB ram.
They both use AOL as their e-mail,but not verizon…I’ve heard that aol is not all that friendly with all the stuff they load onto a O.S.
The only way to see an improvement I told them, is to buy a new computer! OR buy more memory, wipe the hard drive and re-install a clean O.S. Thanks!