[QUOTE=Ashley]@Kyatric & others - if it didn't detect the card, did the link to Device Manager work and allow you to find the name of the card?[/quote] Yup it launches the device manager.
[QUOTE=Ashley]Was that process straightforward to identify + update the driver still?[/QUOTE] It should indeed. As I said, I've made it so my laptop only works as a local server, cut from internet. It feels like the driver for my laptop I should get from Toshiba's website anyway, and not Nvidia's. For now I'm not really wanting to update those anyway, I have a small harddrive on this computer, and hardly execute (graphical) applications on it.Kyatric2012-02-25 02:46:18
Changes: - added 'copy' link by graphics card name so you can easily copy+paste it - tweaked the graphics card detection code. It should be slightly more likely to successfully detect your hardware. Let me know if anything's changed for you.
Hi. I tried updating my NVIDIA driver a couple of days ago and after 25mis downloading it came up with a message NVIDIA Installer cannot continue this graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware
I am female 54 and sometimes frazzled but would like to try to understand this so I can make some progress in trying to make a simple game. Thank you for your time