Skip to main content

Windows 7 - Suffocating out of Drivers

Finally Nvidia has come out with their set of Drivers that support Windows 7. Thanks for that. but here comes an another Issue.

Have a look at this Image.

This is nothing but my motherboard scolded me for running its application in a version of windows that it does not support.

Video Driver is not a problem, as we already have nVidia drivers for it.
Audio, if at all i have 5.1 surround sound, my realtek audio driver is sitting well with other inbuilt drivers.

So what could be the problem. Ofcourse this is not a problem for many users. Its the Co-Processor.

Co-processor driver comes with motherboard DVD. But it has been designed to work till windows vista x64. What about windows seven. Should i run my AMD x4 940 Quad 3.0Ghz processor without Co-Processor drivers until i get a driver from ASUS.

As a final try , i relied on Nvidia to search Drivers, but

Hurry Up!! Manufacturers...Windows Seven is on the way.


Popular posts from this blog

HQL to SQL Convertor

Stepping in to the field of java API. Presenting you my first invention HQL to SQL convertor. This is a Command line version with which you can convert simple Hibernate query language(HQL) to Structured Query Language.

This is my first release and not an exception for bugs and errors. If you find any errors, please feel free to inform me. Your suggestion are valuable.

Usage :

java -jar HQLtoSQLConvertor.jar


java -jar HQLtoSQLConvertor.jar "from Syndrome"

HQL to SQL Convertor

Difference Between Cloudy Vision and Blurred Vision

Blurred Vision:

If the Sharpness of the Image goes of, its blurred Vision. The image appears like its is not Clear and details wont be clear enough to analyze what is what. In the worst case, the Shape of the Image goes blurred, even a Cow appear as an ATM Machine

Cloudy Vision:

Cloudy vision means
Consider a glass of water , add a drop of Milk in it.
Then see how it looks.
That is how you would see the world. The whole thing is clear but you would see a Mild Screen.

Recover Data from Damaged Hard Disk

Nero 9

Yes. At least that is what it claims. Anybody using Nero 9, please update how efficient is this feature.

Nero BackItUp & Burn lets you:

* Perform tasks quickly and intuitively in just a few steps
* Back up data to hard drive, CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, FTP, memory card,
and online storage*
* Rely on automatic backups to local hard drives and online storage
* Schedule backup jobs with flexibility and convenient e-mail confirmation
* Burn discs with the world's most reliable burning application
* Create audio CDs, copy DVDs, and Blu-ray Discs
* Sync all your files and folders for easy access to the latest versions
* Recover data from deleted and damaged storage media
* Restore files, folders, drives, and entire systems
* Enjoy the Nero Online Backup trial and get 1 GB storage space for 3
months FREE

Please define the storage media. Can it retrieve data ( at least partially) from a damaged CD/DVD.

(A Direct quote from Nero)