I had the same issue upgrading to Windows 10. I also have an Asus Notebook running a Nvidia GeForce G210M on Windows 7. Great thanks for providing the solution! Thank you for putting this fix out there where people can find it without having to revert to Windows 8 or below simply because of a driver issue. Instead I remote controlled it via TeamViewer on my laptop. If discussion generates more than a few emails daily your subscription will be paused automatically. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Hello, This post also helped me as well. Select Your Operating System, download zipped files, and then proceed to manually install them. So I googled the error message and came upon this page. Hope this helps a bit more! I spent hours at the Nvidia website trying to find a driver that would work with a 64 bit Windows 10 computer using the Nvidia 6150se graphics adapter. You need to install the 197. Thanks for the clear instructions. I had the Nvidia driver problems after windows upgrade.
It all went smoothly without problems. . I had good success for about a week when the laptop screen would freeze or I was unable to unlock the laptop. I used your link to download Windows 10 and installed it. Icons were disproportionate and default windows would spill over into the margins non-viewable area. Is there any hope for an upgrade to Win10? Use this driver for 32-bit Windows version: and follow the steps mentioned in the GeForce Go 7 Series Notebooks section.
I always recommend that the first step the user does is to check and make sure the monitor driver is the latest from the manufacturer. And you have a media for later use. I finally decided to give Win 10 a try. When the upgrade started it refused to do it. Does anyone know if this is ever likely to change or do I need to buy a new card? I had some issues with Windows 10 installation caused by some programs that were not compatible.
Since using an external extractor fan to increase airflow, I have not had any more hangs. It worked for me as well. Any ideas on how to proceed from here? Once you are happy select install. The install window after getting to the point of rebooting, or maybe 80%, simply disappeared, returning me to the Win7 desktop. Reverting back to the Microsoft basic driver stabilized the system.
Thanks Ivan for the post. I installed Win10 32-bit with the driver 307. They add hundreds of new drivers to our site every day. I tried the Nvidia 307. I also installed the driver 309.
Graphics chip is an on-board Nvidia GeForce 7150M chip. You have made me very happy!! Thanks for the great advice This is an extremely useful and informative article. I gave up trying to upgrade to Windows 10 when I received the error message. I went ahead and installed Windows 10 as a reinstall as the deadline had passed. Though I will warn those that are going to do this that the amount of time to make the upgrade is huge. Worked fine for me, I have an older mainboard with a 7025 onboard, and use a 2 monitor system.
The solution for this board is the same for both Win7 and Win10, here is the driver comes to the rescue:. This driver adds security updates for the driver components nvlddmkm. Then all kinds of strange error messages can occur. Just upgraded to Win 10 after a lot of consternation about display problems. I wish you a peaceful Christmastime. Can you please tell me what to do Ivan? Only hitch was a message that Windows 10 disables Media Center capability.
I was not able to determine any change that might have triggered the problems. Thank you, thank you, a thousand times thank you!!! I had already purchase the Win10 product key. I used the GeForce 179. I upgrade from Windows 8. Hi Jeffery, The symptoms you see during the upgrade can have many causes, but let us start with the most common. Then I found this fix. But I still like my desktop with all of my files on it.