Bootcamp MBP GT320M 2010

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  1. Macsavvytech macrumors 6502a

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    Ok, so my main MBP is on order after a shop damaged it, now my problem is the temporary computer they have supplied me with didn't come with its bootcamp discs. So i went to install bootcamp and everything except the graphics card drivers have been installed, this is incredibly annoying as Windows Aero doesn't work as well as anything that requires a graphics card other then actually displaying what's on screen. Just wondering if anyone had any ideas.
     
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  3. Macsavvytech thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    The GT320M isn't on their website. Weird thing is that they only list the MacBook pros as having the Geforce 9400M, in fact their whole list on Mac GPUs is outdated
     
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    But your on your Windows side of Computer not OSX

    so dl the drivers for windows...
     

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    No.
    The GT 320M was made for the MacBook Pro alone and the NVIDIA site only lists GPUs for PCs and its outdated section for Mac. If you can find the download for the GT320M give me a link, don't consider me stupid.
     
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    But Asus has one laptop that has the GT 320M in it. And also HP. So thats why i thought they could use the same drivers...

    ASUS:
    http://compreviews.about.com/od/budgetnote/gr/ASUS-K50ID-X1.htm

    HP:
    http://www.laptopspec.net/tag/1gb-nvidia-geforce-gt-320m/



    Or is it a different GPU???

    BTW, im not considering anybody stupid, i gave you that picture because i thought that you could use the same thing and maybe you couldnt find it.

    Sorry if i have offended you.


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    And i've found one for the mac side:
     

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  7. Macsavvytech thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    That Is for the Mac side I need the driver for windows, as to your previous anwser; I don't remeber the 13" MBP have a
    1GB GPU?
    Sorry you didn't offend me I just didn't feel you were listening.
    Also I didn't see the image when I looked last time? Dunno why.
     
  8. Macsavvytech thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Looked at the Windows
    Driver under the search looks like it might work i will report back.
     
  9. Macsavvytech thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Wow. How did I miss that well thank you and good day to you sir!
     
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    As long as its the same graphics card, it'll work. The amount of ram on the GPU doesnt matter.



    ;):rolleyes::cool:

    no problem!
     
  11. senc01a macrumors regular

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    Another option is to download the Bootcamp driver package on a torrent site, or just ask one of your friends to lend you the original dvd for a day :D

    You find someone who has that same MBP and ask them to send you the .exe driver file on the SL dvd

    GL!
     
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