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Thank you for helping us maintain CNET’s great community. Dwarf, Gx2880 looks promising, but when I tried it my computer still gave me an error message: I tried the XP driver once straight from the download and a second time running it in XP compatibility mode, but neither worked. Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
A few people had successfully used the Windows Vista driver in Vista compatibility mode, but that didn’t work for me either. Find More Posts gc280 TimStitt. Frostmourne Windows 7 Ultimate x 2, posts.
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TimStitt, I tried adding legacy hardware in device manager, but it didn’t work. But would I still have the same problems of compatibility between my Dell and Win7?
It just comes up as “unknown or none” and has no details when I click on it. When I downloaded the driver from the internet it was a. Open up device manager, right click and select install legacy hardware, the choose your vista drivers. When I open the executable in Windows 7, it doesn’t get to finish its ‘gyrations’ before it is interrupted with the “Installation failed” error message. Is it possible to use both the internal intel and a pci-e nvidia graphics card gx2800 the same time with two monitors on a Dell Optiplex GX?
Compatibility Mode If this won’t work their are other options.
After that I plan to start looking at sound cards or XP, unless you fine folks think of something else. You are reporting the following post: To auio your questions: All times are GMT Similar help and support threads. My knowledge of drivers and the workings of programming is VERY limited, but is there a possibility that I could run the executable on my Vista laptop, then transfer the files in the file repository over to my Win7 Dell with a flash drive, then do the name change?
The audio driver files do not support your computer hardware. I have an old Optiplex GX with the following hardware: I installed it on my Dell and got all the information that I will need for setting the gx208 up.
My dad found a Optiplex GX lying around uadio. Download HWInfo32 and use the guide in my sig to indentify the audio driver and update it.
If still no good, it might be possible to alter the ini file and name of the vista drivers so that win7 does not recognise them as blocked drivers. Do you suppose there is a way to force it to install?
I am using a pair of speakers plugged into the audio jack in the back of the computer. Optiplex GX Sound Driver.
If so it is strange that they couldn’t find all the appropriate drivers for this particular build of machine. Is it possible to install Windows 7 on this machine? I haven’t given up, but I’m beginning to suspect that I will need to install a sound card to make Win7 work as it should.
Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Having problems with onboard audio with a Dell Optiplex and W7 I’ve been refurbishing some Dell Optiplexes and have run into a problem.