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May 15, 2005 6:26:48 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia (More info?)

i have p4 2 ghz 256mb ram. at first when i checked me drivers i had
nvidia geforce2 mx400 agp ddr ram and i also had the driver cd.once i
tried to install the driver it had no driver signing and the computer
recommended sis315 but still i ignored and installed it.but recently
i lost my cd and i noticed that my nvidia geforce2 mx 400 uses
sisgp.sys .when i tried to update from the nvidia site it says it is
not compatible with the hardware.i noticed that in device manager it
is knows as nvidia geforce2 mx 400 and mfg nvidia but the driver
details show all sis filessuch sisgp.sys sis650.bin etc. could u
please tell me a solution to update the original card as i dont have
the cd and i am right now using sis315which my comp recomended ,but
it isnt working properly it shows only 16mb ram when i have 64mb
ram.

when i had nvidia geforce 2 mx 400 drivers all game worked with good
quality .now itsnt
please hhhhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeelllllpppppppp!!!!!

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Anonymous
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May 15, 2005 7:38:00 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia (More info?)

On Sun, 15 May 2005 02:26:48 -0500,
vyshas@hotmail-dot-com.no-spam.invalid (vyshas) wrote:

>i have p4 2 ghz 256mb ram. at first when i checked me drivers i had
>nvidia geforce2 mx400 agp ddr ram and i also had the driver cd.once i
>tried to install the driver it had no driver signing and the computer
>recommended sis315 but still i ignored and installed it.but recently
>i lost my cd and i noticed that my nvidia geforce2 mx 400 uses
>sisgp.sys .when i tried to update from the nvidia site it says it is
>not compatible with the hardware.i noticed that in device manager it
>is knows as nvidia geforce2 mx 400 and mfg nvidia but the driver
>details show all sis filessuch sisgp.sys sis650.bin etc. could u
>please tell me a solution to update the original card as i dont have
>the cd and i am right now using sis315which my comp recomended ,but
>it isnt working properly it shows only 16mb ram when i have 64mb
>ram.
>
>when i had nvidia geforce 2 mx 400 drivers all game worked with good
>quality .now itsnt
>please hhhhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeelllllpppppppp!!!!!


Sounds like your mainboard has an integrated video chip, and
it is enabled. If this is the case, you'll need to disable it. Either
from the mainboard's BIOS, or by a jumper, or dip switch on the
mainboard.
Once this is done, and only your GF2 MX400 card is the only
video device enabled, use Driver Cleaner PE to remove all video
drivers, then install the new Nvidia drivers. What mainboard do you
have?
Anonymous
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May 18, 2005 9:18:49 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia (More info?)

"Larry Roberts" <skin-e@juno.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:u92e8110fq0c67rvs1jv1nbt0ri33o4omf@4ax.com...
> On Sun, 15 May 2005 02:26:48 -0500,
> vyshas@hotmail-dot-com.no-spam.invalid (vyshas) wrote:
>
>>i have p4 2 ghz 256mb ram. at first when i checked me drivers i had
>>nvidia geforce2 mx400 agp ddr ram and i also had the driver cd.once i
>>tried to install the driver it had no driver signing and the computer
>>recommended sis315 but still i ignored and installed it.but recently
>>i lost my cd and i noticed that my nvidia geforce2 mx 400 uses
>>sisgp.sys .when i tried to update from the nvidia site it says it is
>>not compatible with the hardware.i noticed that in device manager it
>>is knows as nvidia geforce2 mx 400 and mfg nvidia but the driver
>>details show all sis filessuch sisgp.sys sis650.bin etc. could u
>>please tell me a solution to update the original card as i dont have
>>the cd and i am right now using sis315which my comp recomended ,but
>>it isnt working properly it shows only 16mb ram when i have 64mb
>>ram.
>>
>>when i had nvidia geforce 2 mx 400 drivers all game worked with good
>>quality .now itsnt
>>please hhhhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeelllllpppppppp!!!!!
>
>
> Sounds like your mainboard has an integrated video chip, and
> it is enabled. If this is the case, you'll need to disable it. Either
> from the mainboard's BIOS, or by a jumper, or dip switch on the
> mainboard.
> Once this is done, and only your GF2 MX400 card is the only
> video device enabled, use Driver Cleaner PE to remove all video
> drivers, then install the new Nvidia drivers. What mainboard do you
> have?
I read years ago about a case where taiwanese crooks sold VGA cards as
NVIDIA ones,which contained a different manufacturer┬┤s GPU(they also renamed
the files on the driver cd to resemble NVIDIA┬┤s).Check with SANDRA or Power
Strip the type of GPU.
!