Upgraded Dell630 from XP to Windows 7 64-bit (4GB RAM). System has onboard/integrated X3100 card, can't see it after upgrade - Display Adapters shows "Standard VGA". Getting multiple warnings: "Hardware acceleration is either disabled or not supported
by your video card drive". Attempted to install Win7-64bit X3100 driver from Intel, installation failed due to " ERROR 0x7FB: No INFs found that match the active devices on the system". Anybody to prove Mac commercials false?
This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Why do we have to prove that Mac commercials are anything but false?
Presumably the Dell Latitude 630 laptop, Dell have chosen NOT to supply Windows 7 compatible video drivers for your model, and had you checked with Dell before buying Windows 7 and upgrading, you would have found this out for yourself and maybe saved yourself
time and money.
The best you can do is to try the Vista 64 driver supplied by Dell, and if that doesn't work, revert back to whatever operating system for which you have installation media.
You might want to contact Dell support and ask if they are ever likely to release Windows 7 drivers for THEIR hardware..
Mike Hall MVP - Windows Desktop Experience http://msmvps.com/blogs/mikehall/
Windows 10 Pro - Start10 - part of a local network which is a '3rd party optimizer-free' zone..
Did this solve your problem?
Sorry this didn't help.
Great! Thanks for marking this as the answer.
How satisfied are you with this reply?
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.