This topic has been archived. Thanks again for listening and trying to help me out. AMD Turion 64×2 mobile 1. That’s what I would do. Did this solve your problem? It may be that I need something else to make it work. Some users seem to have had differing levels of success, but updated ‘official’ Drivers would not appear to be a realistic expectation as the Graphics Card seems to be well beyond ‘end of life’ support.
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fix for windows 10 compatibility with nvidia geforce go 6150
Thanks for the info, however You will have no problem with drivers. Didn’t find what you were looking for?
fix for windows 10 compatibility with nvidia geforce go – Microsoft Community
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I have tried the disc, which does contain drivers when browsed but it wont auto install them. Message 1 of Some users seem to have had differing levels of success, but updated ‘official’ Drivers would not appear to be a realistic expectation as the Graphics Card seems to be well beyond ‘end of life’ support. I have tried for days now, but am willing to try just about anything to get this operational, even if it means going back to the Windows XP bit version that I initially put on that had the display adapter working okay.
Reboot after each driver is installed for the first four.
Hi Andrew, Thanks for your post. Once you get it to install, getting the drivers is not that difficult.
Need nvidia geforce go (uma) integrated notebook driver – HP Support Community –
In reply to EldredGodson’s post on March 23, Yes, it is important to install the chipset driver first as that loads the basic motherboard drivers. Post the top string of characters you see.
Then go for the network adapters. Windows 7 coprocessor driver problem Jun 2, So, here is what I would do if I were you I have just noticed in the device manager of my new PC, under ‘other devices’, something called ‘coprocessor’ is listed with following status: How satisfied are you with this response?
I’ve never succeeded in disabling the and as a result i’ve had gi of problems, black screen when alt tabbing, black screen when going to task manager, what look like driver related crashes pink screen, blue screen and one that looks fo the screen has shattered and of course the coprocessor problem. Tried from HP, Tried from Nvidia.
I would spring for either an OEM 7 home premium install, or the retail upgrade whichever is cheaper since you have WXP x64 installed now. When you install the chipset driver the unknown coprocessor thing will go away.
Kiran Kishore Replied on August 12, It may be that I need something else coprocewsor make it work. Normally you only need to add the top line. Erdeslawe Replied on September 14, Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Thanks again for listening and trying to help me out.
This is why most of us missed it. I hope to follow through with your suggestions as quickly as I can, starting with memory, then Win 7 Home, etc.