NVIDIA Installer cannot continue. The graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware.


I have bought an Asus VG248QE.

I have the following computer configuration:

Monitor: ASUS VG248QE
Connection between monitor and computer: dual link dvi cabel.

Corsair 200R
Corsair CX500
Gigabyte GA-990XA-UD3
Processor - AMD FX-6350 Hexacore (3,9 GHz)
Corsair Vengeance DDR3 PC12800/1600MHz (24GB)
AMD Radeon R9 270X (2GB GDDR5)
Samsung 840 EVO SSD (120GB)
Western Digital Red WD30EFRX
Windows 7 Enterprice 64 bit

My device manager in windows regognizes the graphics card AMD Radeon R9 and says that it is working. I have installed the latest driver from AMD website.

I have also installed the latest invidia driver from ASUS website for the product VG248QE.

When i try to install the NVIDIA display driver that is included on a CD i get the message "NVIDIA Installer cannot continue.
The graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware."
I have also tried to download the newest version of the invida display driver from asus ( and then i get the same compatibility failure message.

The error i get indicate that the invidia installer cannot see the AMD Radeon graphics card i think or is the AMD Radoen simply not compatible.
How am i to go about to get the invidia installer to work?
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  1. Best answer
    Nvidia drivers are for Nvidia video cards, which you do not have. There's no need to install anything from Nvidia.

    All you need to do is:
    Right click desktop > Screen Resolution > Select the VG248QE > Advanced Settings > select Monitor tab > change refresh rate to 144hz.
  2. upgrade to a nvidia gpu.
  3. Um the only thing I saw on that website that was related to nvida was an updated 3D driver which is only Nvida card so I hope your not trying to install that.
  4. OK thanks you.
  5. jayadityachakrabarty said:

    It not going to work because the person have an AMD GPU.
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