To get the latest driver, including Windows 11 drivers, you can choose from the above list of most popular Medion downloads. Click the "Download driver" button next to the matching model name. After you complete your download, move on to Step 2.
Once you download your new driver, then you need to install it. To install a driver in Windows, you will need to use a built-in utility called Device Manager. It allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
If you are having trouble installing your driver, you should use the Driver Update Utility for Medion. It is a software utility that automatically finds, downloads and installs the right driver for your system. You can even backup your drivers before making any changes, and revert back in case there were any problems. You can safely update all of your drivers in just a few clicks. Once you download and run the utility, it will scan for out-of-date or missing drivers:
This page contains the list of device drivers for Medion PC MT6 MED MT 287 G. To download the proper driver, first choose your operating system, then find your device name and click the download button.
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3. Now, according to your Windows 10 version (32 or 64 bit), proceed and download the latest driver for Intel® Wireless Bluetooth Adapter.4. When the download is completed double click at the downloaded file and follow the on screen instructions, to install the drivers.
1. Download the install the Intel® Driver & Support Assistant.2. When the installation is completed, press the Start Scan button and let the program to detect and find the latest drivers for your Intel devices.
3. Navigate to Device Manager and Uninstall the Intel Wireless Bluetooth Adapter.4. When the uninstall is completed, shut down your computer.5. Power on your PC again and let Windows to automatically install the Bluetooth drivers.
I tried several things before googling the error message to find this page. I had already tried uninstalling and reinstalling my Bluetooth drivers, disabling Bluetooth, etc. I had restarted the PC several times, and I think even had it off over the weekend. I didn't want to go through any more steps, and was about ready to order a Bluetooth dongle, but in reading the comments I decided to shut down my PC and *unplug it* while I was at lunch. When I booted it back up, Bluetooth was back. Thanks! That's crazy.
These are all the supported products for the drivers included in the post. The check mark icon next to a NVIDIA model means that a user successfully installed Windows 10 and leaved a comment ?.
I have this issue with my VAIO VGN-AW21S. Video card is GeForce 9600M GT and that is ON SUPPORTED list, but after upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 was installed Microsoft generic driver and is not possible install official latest drivers for Windows 10 from nvidia.com.Solve someone this issue with 9M series?
Thanks Ivan, but do u think your idea works for my case too? Mines Nvidia GeForce G210M / 9400M G Windows 7 64 bit OS.Does your media creation tool allow me to download windows 10 dump and install through a flash drive / iso file? Am I gonna have to reinstall all the drivers and programs again?
Yes, the upgrade will work. Download the latest driver for your NVIDIA model and install it when you are on Win 10.Your ASUS has no Win 10 drivers listed, but you can find many of them here.Regarding the message Notebooks supporting Hybrid Power technology are not supported, it is there since Windows Vista. The NVIDIA driver for my ASUS notebook also mention that and works fine.
Once installed the drivers found in the archive, Win8+10 nVidia 307.68.zip, all works now.Utilizing the max resolution with this card, fast refresh of the display, all makes the Win 10 a pleasure to work with, on this somewhat older Laptop.
I have followed the instructions above, I have installed Windows 10 Pro x64 ok and the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter has installed for my Geforce GO 7900gtx, downloaded the drivers via your links but it either says it incompatible or you have the most up to date driver already installed. Any ideas why it does not install?Thanks
This process worked very well for me. I have a GeForce 7950 GT card with an old Asus MB & 2 core CPU & the above process worked well using the series 6 & 7 drivers. No problems at all with the installation.
Hey I made a video about using these drivers with Nvidia 6 and 7 series products. Your post was very helpful, I have several older computers I had to update for friends and family. Tested with a 6800, 7950gt and 6150, all work great.
I had already installed Windows 10 before I realized that I had a compatibility problem with my GeForce 6150 card. I went to the Nvidia web site and searched for an updated driver. The automated java applet the site uses said my driver was up to date.Then I found this fix. I skipped the Media Creation Tool fix, since I already installed Windows 10. I went to the next step and installed the GeForce 64 bit driver program that is posted on this page. I installed and let the program run. It searched, found and updated my drivers with no problem.I am grateful for the extensive, easy to follow, instructions that are listed on this page. Thank you for putting this fix out there where people can find it without having to revert to Windows 8 or below simply because of a driver issue.Thank You -Tracy
1) get the GeForce 309.08 Driver (64-bit) from here2) extract the files to a folder using 7-zip or WinRAR3) get modded .inf here: nv_dispi.inf (64-bit) | nv_dispi.inf (32-bit)4) place nv_dispi.inf in the Display.Driver folder replacing the old .inf within5) disable driver signing by following the instructions here6) once rebooted, install the drivers as you would normally. I only installed the driver and the physics driver. Click to install driver anyway when prompted about these drivings not being signed.7) complete installation and reboot8) GAME ON!
SONY VPCL11S1E with GEFORCE G210M successfully upgraded to Windows 10 using this method. Had to go all the way through modifying .INF file and forcing the unsigned drivers to install but the result is AMAZING!!! Thank you for your time and effort to share.
Thank you! I appreciate the directions you gave, but more than that I appreciate the links that you provided! I have the NVIDIA GeForce 7300 LE on a 64 bit machine with 6 GB or RAM. There was absolutely no problem with upgrading my Windows 7 machine to Windows 10. I upgraded the drivers as you suggested and am back to the original, native resolution of my monitor.
Thanks for the post again. I used this earlier in the year upgrading to Windows 10 and my drivers worked great, and then a Windows update must have wiped them out. I reloaded the drivers from this post and they are working again!
Has anyone experienced repeated system hangs with the 179.48 or 259.47 drivers? I upgraded an Acer 5680 laptop with a GeForce Go 7600 to Windows 10 64-bit. I tested the 179.48 driver package although I had to manually update the actual drivers. I had good success for about a week when the laptop screen would freeze or I was unable to unlock the laptop. I was not able to determine any change that might have triggered the problems. Most of the time the laptop was unresponsive to both mouse and keyboard input, although a few times I could move the mouse pointer. Otherwise, the only solution was a hard reset. Reverting back to the Microsoft basic driver stabilized the system. The 259.47 driver package showed the same symptoms. I could not see any pattern in the System or Application event logs.Thanks, Norbert
I must add that it previously worked for almost a year on Windows 10 with the 259.47 drivers. Only after applying the Anniversary Update my laptop started to freeze after a few minutes regularly.With the modded 307.68 it is working again flawlessly.
Seems to have worked on my BioStar TF7050-M2 Motherboard (GeForce 7050PV / nForce630a chipset). Only future use will tell if will be stable. I know in the past with XP if I did not stick with supported drivers from BioStar the system eventually became unstable. But I believe this will work until I go back and do a clean install of Win 7.Thanks Ivan.
I actually have a GeForce 7025 / Nvidia nForce 630a graphics card. I contacted Nvidia and they told me in no uncertain terms that this graphics chipset is not supported by Windows 10 and that there are no drivers for this for Windows 10. They said I either have to downgrade to Windows 7 or buy a new pc! 2b1af7f3a8