I didn't bother. Just installed the Nvidia drivers and it worked.
My "old" Voodoo3 video card recently stopped working - bios: beeeeeeeeeeeeep, beep, beep, beep. While looking for a new card, I used a (really) old vga card(isa slot) and 14inch monitor belonging to an abandoned 486 i have at home:) WinXP assigned a driver called VGASave (actually this is a Service) and it worked fine.
Now I removed this old vga card and installed an nVidia GeForce2 (GF2-MX400). From the device manager I can see Windows recognizes the card but there is an exclamation beside its entry, saying 'This device cannot start. (Code 10)'. I checked the Display Settings and the adapter driver is still the VGASave service. The display looks OK but I cannot play games or DVD's.
How can I disable the VGASave and use the nVidia drivers?
thanks for your Time
I read in other message boards that stopping the VGASave service can have disasterous effects...:0