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graphics driver issues

by bonw / November 28, 2009 5:09 AM PST

i am at a loss here. i think i have downloaded every driver nvidia has.none of the seem to work. the problem is i have an asus laptop with an intel chipset and processor. asus dosen't have a driver for my card in 64 bit. i installed windows 7 64.

specs:
asus n51vn-a1
Processor:Intel T9600/2.80GHz/Core 2 Duo
Processor FSB: 1066MHz
Processor Cache: 6MB L2 Cache
Intel Centrino 2 Mobile Technology
GPU/VPU: NVIDIA GeForceGT 240M 1GB DDR3 Dedicated /cuda/psyx
Memory Size: 4GB ddr2

from what i'm reading because my chipset and processor are intel nvidia drivers are not compatable????
my games are wavy looking when i scroll back and forth or up and down. i play the sims 3 and it looks terrible.
i literally have 6 different drivers on my desktop and don't no which one to install.
i've installed 3 others but i dont even know at this point which ones they were.
i can tell you the drivers i have downloaded on my desktop if that helps, or maybe my card is no good???

help please

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Here you go
by CMN240967 / November 28, 2009 7:36 AM PST
In reply to: graphics driver issues

This should be the one you want

http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/notebook_winvista_win7_x64_195.55_uk.html

Supported cards

GeForce 200M series:
GT 230M, GT 240M, G210M, GTX 280M, GTX 260M, GT 220M

GeForce 100M series:
G 110M, GT 130M, GTS 160M, G 105M, G 103M, G 102M, GT 120M

GeForce 9 series:
9600 GT, 9400

GeForce 9M series:
9400M G, 9650M GS, 9200M GS, 9500M GS, 9400M GS, 9800M GS, 9300M GS, 9800M GT, 9100M G, 9800M GTS, 9500M G, 9700M GT, 9600M GS, 9650M GT, 9400M, 9300M G, 9800M GTX, 9600M GT, 9700M GTS

GeForce 8M series:
8800M GTS, 8600M GT, 8400M GT, 8200M G, 8800M GTX, 8800M GS, 8600M GS, 8400M G, 8700M GT, 8400M GS

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graphics drivers
by bonw / November 29, 2009 2:52 AM PST
In reply to: Here you go

that driver didn't work, and i've actually tried that one before. i have a folder that i named random drivers that i have already tried. i'm thinking going backwards as far as release date.
i have no idea. it worked fine at first. then i did an update. the problem is that i do not know for sure if this started after the update. so the question remains, driver or graphics card????
it looks really bad when i scroll right to left, but also up and down. just not quite as bad. its wavy looking and has like a delay or skips. its hard to discribe. someone else looked at it and said it almost looked like heat when it comes off of hot blacktop. its really hard on the eyes.

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