Nvidia Quadro Fx 1500m Windows 7 Driver Download Install Update
It looks like Windows update have installed a wrong driver for the display adpater and you are unable to install the actual driver for the card. Under Compatibility mode, check the Run this program in compatibility mode for: Make older programs run in this version of Windows. What is program compatibility? Some older programs might run poorly or not run at all.
Hope this information helps. Do get back to us if you have more queries regarding Windows. Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. I tried installing one of the WHQL files but it tells me it can't find a suitable device. Does this mean my video card on my laptop is bad? Actually, it's safest to never let Updates install anything automatically.
Oops - Sorry, I didn't actually hit the Download button. Imagine leaving a download page with a blank link on the site??? It's looking a bit like these cards were specifically for DELL? I see Nvidia don't list the m either.
This sort of thing does happen. I also missed that you upgraded from XP. When you did this were any new graphics drivers installed? Where they Windows drivers?
Try the Vista drivers. There have been people using Vista graphics drivers with success on Win7. Was this the page you used before? I thought it was a long shot, but sometimes Also try the Devzone forums.
That is Nvidia's special forums for Quadro and other professional cards. You may find someone there with top secrete information that I have not been made privy to: Possibly one of the CUDA forums.
Tell us about your experience with our site. SRachal Created on March 1, I upgraded from XP to Win 7 last year and it worked fine. Win update recently installed a new driver for my video card and it took two days for me to login to safe mode to remove it but when I removed the bad driver it took out all the Nividia drivers. When I try to install the driver from the dell site for my laptop, a Precision M90, it won't install because it says it's for Win XP and shuts down.
I have looked on the Nividia site but m and m are not choices so I can't get the driver from the Nividia web site. I'm using the generic video driver in windows but it's not very good. How do I install the older driver that worked???????? I need my computer for school and work. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Winston M Replied on March 2, Let's go ahead and perform few troubleshooting steps and try to resolve the issue.
You may try installing the driver in compatibility mode and check if that helps. To install the game in Compatibility mode, 1. Right click the installation file and select Properties. Click the Compatibility tab. Click Apply and OK. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply?
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? SRachal Replied on March 3, In reply to Winston M's post on March 2, Where can I locate the driver that will work?
I found a video on YouTube that showed me how to set the comparability mode but the driver I downloaded from Dell that was listed for my laptop did not work. I used Driver Max and tried installing the driver it located for my card but even after it said it was installed and I restarted the machine it still says it's running the standard VGA adapter not the Nvidia Quadro FX m.
Is this a hardware issue or a software problem? I was not having any issues before Windows update installed the non Nvidia created driver update which crashed my computer. BossDweeb Replied on March 3, In reply to SRachal's post on March 3, With mfg's like DELL it is generally suggested to use their drivers, but not always. Try the one from Nvidia below - I think it's the most recent available for your card.
Reboot before installing the new drivers. Reboot again before reinstalling the new drivers. If it installs at all, it may be worth trying a newer driver for the FXm. Stick with a WHQL version, and not necessarily the latest.
In reply to BossDweeb's post on March 3, I tried this in Firefox and IE. How did you locate this? WHen I looked on the the download page for www. I guess I just have to get a new computer. This one is from and I got it from my cousin when she bought a new one. Until then I have to live with the crappy resolution.
I don't understand most of the jargon you were throwing out above. I know how to install the hardware and the software but any tweaking I don't know what I'm looking at other than what it says on the screen. BossDweeb Replied on March 4, Just list the terms you don't understand and I can clarify them. Yes, it's unfortunate that DELL are known for good short term support, but they aren't much interested in on going support.
That they don't update drivers for a system that old is telling in relation to their propaganda about being a 'green' company. Their allowance of premature redundancy via something as simple as a driver update may not be exclusive to DELL, but DELL is right their on top of the list of mfg's of e-waste. SRachal Replied on March 4, In reply to BossDweeb's post on March 4, I can't do a system restore because it was turned off. I was taught years ago to disable the system restore because if you have a virus it is saved in the system restore and even if you remove it when you apply the system restore you put it back on your system so the first thing you do is disable it so there is no restore point.
When I upgraded from Win XP no new drivers were installed. As they came up in the list from Win Update I installed them and never had a problem until this last one but it was on my machine for a month or so before it trashed my system.
I worked on the computer, left it on and went to school and when I got home the screen would not come on so I had to hold the power button to shut the system down. When I restarted it would not even go to the F8 menu until I did the restore option first, which failed. I can't find my win 7 disc so I can't repair from the disc and I finally was able to get into safe mode and looked online. In reply to SRachal's post on March 4, I ran malware bites and removed one infection which speeded up start up but did not make the graphics better.
There are still lines in the background. It took several more hours of trial and error before I figured out it was the graphics driver so I uninstalled all Nvidia files in the uninstall programs menu and I've been trying ever sense to get the driver back but none work accept the generic vga driver.
As I said I probably need a new graphics card or a new laptop since there probably isn't one that will work with this system. This is what the desktop looks like. All the little lighter colored squares even appear at start up on the black screen.
That is what I'm trying to get rid of. This site in other languages x.
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