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whitecrow 11-11-04 11:24 AM

GeForce 2 GO 8MB Card Problem
 
Hey, i'd really appreciate it if anyone could help me out with this. I have a GeForce 2 GO (8MB:( sorry no money for the moment) and it always worked fine until I had to do a windows reeinstall because of a problem my computer encountered. After the reeinstall all the interfaces worked fine except when I went to play a game. Any game I put on, even snes roms, the graphics came up distorted. I tried calling "The folks at Dell" since it was them that installed the card, and they told me to download a driver from their site but that didn't solve the problem. So i don't know maybe they made dl the wrong driver or something. Please any help would be really appreciated. Thanks in advance.

-=DVS=- 11-11-04 07:26 PM

Re: GeForce 2 GO 8MB Card Problem
 
GeForce 2 GO 8MB , that suppose to be Notebook only , you do have a laptop right ?

For big selection of drivers try this older and newer drivers.
http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/
www.guru3d.com

mobilenvidia 11-11-04 08:59 PM

Re: GeForce 2 GO 8MB Card Problem
 
Yikes a 8MB GF2go, you are the first person I know that has one.
Like DVS said have look at my signature for all the drivers under the sun that support laptops.

Why did Dell replace your Card with this piece of crap (sorry, that is what it is),
You must obviously have a laptop, what model ?

I own a GF2go as well, but the std model with 32MB.
With 8MB most games will struggle as there isn't enough texture memory to even run the simple 3D games.

bkswaney 11-12-04 01:47 AM

Re: GeForce 2 GO 8MB Card Problem
 
I have a 16meg 2Go in my toshiba notebook.
It's been a great little card.
I want a new notebook now. So I guess
I'll be getting a new one after the 1st of the year.

The 6800Go is looking sweet right about now. "lol" :)


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