Windows 7 - Nvidia Geforce Go 7400

Hello.

I recently upgraded my Sony Vaio LA1 desktop PC to Windows 7 32bit from Windows XP 32bit. Everything seemed to go to plan, except that my Nvidia GeForce GO 7400 graphics card is not being recognised. Windows is instead displaying a 'Standard VGA Graphics Adapter' that will not let my computer display in its native 16:9 resolution, instead forcing it to display a stretched 4:3

I fully expected my computer not to run Aero following the upgrade, but for the drivers for my graphics card not to work at all is extremely annoying.

I have tried downloading the drivers direct from Nvidia, but when I try to install them, the installer simply says that it cannot find the Nvidia card and cancels.

Sony is no use at all.

Please help. I am a designer, so to not be able to see things in the correct resolution is going to severely affect my work!


Ben
 

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Last updated March 13, 2019 Views 18,499 Applies to:
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If Sony has customised the graphics hardware only Sony can provide the drivers needed.

You can try http://laptopvideo2go.com/ and see if the drivers there with the modified inf file will work.

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