Driver problem.

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by cuhwris, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. cuhwris macrumors newbie

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    I installed Windows XP SP3 and it installed just fine. I went and bought the Snow Leopard OSX DVD from the Apple Store. The bootcamp installed, etc. now that I tried to install a game, it worked.

    Upon start up, it's asking for Direct X, installed that as well. Then it said that it failed because I don't have the driver. I checked and the driver is non-existent for graphics. How do I fix this problem?

    I have the 13' 2010 MBP
     
  2. Intell macrumors P6

    Intell

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    I may be wrong, but after searching the Nvidia site it appears that drivers for the GeForce 320m on Windows are not out yet for general download. My guess is that your stuck with what ever driver is making it work now or wait until Apple updates the Boot Camp drivers.

    Edit: Upon reading that you have a 2010 MBP and you say you went to buy a version of Snow Leopard at the Apple Store. I start to think why did you buy a copy when you computer already has SL? Try installing the Boot Camp drivers off of the disc that came with your Mac. It should be gray. The drivers on that disc are newer and should work with your 2010 MBP.
     

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