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Graphics card not detected on 64 bit

legacygabby
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Go to solution Solved by mariushm,

Download an older nvidia driver from their website.  The latest drivers may no longer include Windows 7 support.

 

Also GT 730 is so old, it's very unlikely there were driver improvements for your video card in the last 1-2 years or so.

 

Don't forget to also download the Security Cumulative update patches for Windows 7, AND the small updates that are required to be able to install those big packages.

This is the LAST security update for Windows 7 : https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/january-14-2020-kb4534310-monthly-rollup-9ce32b1b-77ef-9a17-7ecb-2bcebcaa9ff5

You can download it directly from here : https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB4534310

BUT you must have a couple updates installed first, otherwise it won't install - read the first link and the section "How to get this update" and install those small updates first.

 

I have a emx a70fm2 motherboard with a geforce 730. I installed windows 7 64 bit and tried to update all my drivers but the graphics card won't update at all. It is working fine with 32 bit. I have tried to reseat and update the bios with no luck  IMG_2370.thumb.jpg.4055a3f021a222b2deccc9280d371f81.jpgIMG_2371.thumb.jpg.586de1a1b12944c74e7604a83d9af679.jpgIMG_2373.thumb.jpg.905f15289b324e1ba64d4273de791e24.jpgIMG_2372.thumb.jpg.031e86e682ae03ab4b7f1b8ae1e297b3.jpgIMG_2369.thumb.jpg.d6b038ab1f122ed44d5820db75957009.jpg

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I mean don't use a pirated os?

 

Also go to windows 10 it's been a while since windows 7 support dropped.

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Download an older nvidia driver from their website.  The latest drivers may no longer include Windows 7 support.

 

Also GT 730 is so old, it's very unlikely there were driver improvements for your video card in the last 1-2 years or so.

 

Don't forget to also download the Security Cumulative update patches for Windows 7, AND the small updates that are required to be able to install those big packages.

This is the LAST security update for Windows 7 : https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/january-14-2020-kb4534310-monthly-rollup-9ce32b1b-77ef-9a17-7ecb-2bcebcaa9ff5

You can download it directly from here : https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB4534310

BUT you must have a couple updates installed first, otherwise it won't install - read the first link and the section "How to get this update" and install those small updates first.

 

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20 minutes ago, jaslion said:

I mean don't use a pirated os?

 

Also go to windows 10 it's been a while since windows 7 support dropped.

I did upgrade to windows 10 64 bit and got the same result. As for windows 10 32 bit its just a bit too laggy for me. So i went back to windows 7 32 bit

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17 minutes ago, legacygabby said:

I did upgrade to windows 10 64 bit and got the same result. As for windows 10 32 bit its just a bit too laggy for me. So i went back to windows 7 32 bit

Well I mean you have 4gb of ram that isn't enough for any modern 64bit os. As for driver issues are you downloading the OFFICIAL gt 730 drivers? Are you sure you have an actual gt 730?

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18 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Well I mean you have 4gb of ram that isn't enough for any modern 64bit os. As for driver issues are you downloading the OFFICIAL gt 730 drivers? Are you sure you have an actual gt 730?

Ig you're right about the ram but i do have an actual gt 730 and i am getting the drivers from nvidia

 

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