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If you can't get any 7 drivers, then it might time for new hardware that has support.
v2.0 Nice tutorial, thanks Frostmourne :) It's maybe worth mentioning that instead of using HWinfo32, using Device manager can yield very similar results without using a 3rd party app??? 1 rep :) System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Touchsmart IQ771OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU AMD Turion(tm) 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-56 Motherboard ASUS Pheonix Memory 3GB Nanya PC2-6400 DDR2-SDRAM SO-DIM (400MHz) Graphics Card NVIDIA Ge Force Go 7600 256MB GDDR3 SDRAM Sound Card High Definition Intergrated NVIDIA MCP51 Monitor(s) Displays 46" Sony Bravia HDTV Screen Resolution 1600x1200 Hard Drives 1.5TB Samsug 320GB Seagate ST3320820AS - SATA 3Gb/s 8MB 500GB Maxtor Basics STM305003EHD301-RK Internet Speed ↓6.32 Mb/s ↑0.35 Mb/s ↔26ms Other Info BIOS - American Megatrends Inc.
Reboot at the end: Reboot into safe mode and then run driver sweeper.
Select Analyse and then clean - choose the right drivers you want removed!
Then only exception I've come across yet are two Linksys USB adapters.
Why would we need to update our Chipset drivers, when MS has all of the latest drivers in installer and via WIndows Updates? They spent a fortune sponsoring WHQL partnership with all manufacturers to build Win7 drivers, leveraging their support to get manufacturers not to hold out as they did in Vista and to get them done on deadline.
Manufacturers usually release new drivers frequently to keep their products updated and add new features. Then open up the tabs: The drivers you want to update: Once you know the drivers, google any with the manufacturer such as nvidia driver and then bookmark the link in a folder.
Performance is also usually improved, so it is absolutely vital to keep all your drivers updated. GUIDELINES: FINDING & UPDATING DRIVERS: Finding drivers is usually easy. Download the drivers and then reboot after each one.
Driver Max is junk - the whole point of this thread is to get the right drivers yourself - would you rely on an app that decides where to stick the driver? System Manufacturer/Model Number Sony Vaio Z46GDU OS Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64 CPU [email protected] 1066MHz FSB Motherboard Sony branded Memory 6GB DDR3 1066MHz Graphics Card 9300M GS 256MB Dedicated (Speed) Intel4500MHD (Stamina) Sound Card Realtek HD Audio Monitor(s) Displays 13.1' WXGA Screen Resolution 1600x900 System Manufacturer/Model Number Gigabyte OS Windows 7 Ultimate CPU Intel Core(TM)2 Quad- Q9550, 2.83GHz Motherboard G31M-ES2L Memory 4GB Graphics Card ATI Radeon HD4600 Sound Card On Board: Monitor(s) Displays Acer AL2223W, Acer AL1916 Screen Resolution 1680 x 1050, 1280 x 1024 Keyboard Microsoft Laser 6000 Mouse Logitech Optical Trackman PSU 600W Case Cooler Master Hard Drives 160GB 350GB 250GB 250GB Internet Speed 1.5MB Other Info I am also running a quasar gamatron flux capacitor with twin pulse tronic phasers......jk, I have no such stuff.
This will most likely be sound and display, but the app is updated and some more support will come for other bits of hardware.
DEVICE MANAGER UPDATES: In device manager, right click the device and select update, try the internet and then try choosing from installed drivers.
It will be all of them, just select the right ones above.
Reboot once more into safe mode and install the newest drivers. Use driver sweeper if it can clean up any of your drivers.
: Forth PCIe Slot So if you have 4 Cards you will have to enter those commands (No need to reboot between each flash, but very important to reboot at the end of the last flashed card) atiwinflash -f -p 0 7970atiwinflash -f -p 1 7970atiwinflash -f -p 2 7970atiwinflash -f -p 3 7970If you are flashing BIOS #1, you need to put the BIOS switch at #1. Lets say your borked your BIOS flashing and the BIOS #1 is now corrupted and you can't boot into windows using that BIOS -Turn Off PC -Put the swtich back to BIOS #2 -You restart PC running "Locked" BIOS (#2) -Under Windows: You flip the GPU Bios switch back to #1 -Proceed to a normal flashing of the BIOS -BIOS#1 is now repaired Bookmarked and repped. Are there any BIOS for 7970 that allow you to increase voltage above 1.3?