Free download and instructions for installing the NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Video Card Driver for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT 4.0, Windows XP 64-bit, Windows Server 2003 64-bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit. For those who have lost the installation CD.
To install the NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Video Card driver, download the version of the driver that corresponds to your operating systemby clicking on the appropriate link above. A window should then show up asking you where you would like to save the file. Save the driver file somewhereon your computer where you will be easily able to find it, such as your desktop. Then follow the instructions below corresponding to the file type that youdownloaded
I dont know how helpful this is..but, i have a toshiba tecra m2 laptpp with a GeForce FX 5200 . When i tried to install 96.85, it said that it couldnt find the product. After searching endlessly, I ended up finding a modified nvidia graphics driver (Laptopvideo2go.com) since nvidia stopped supporting my card. When I installed this thing, I can now run Aero and furthermore I'm getting better resolutions out of my card than I ever did. Now I'm not advocating this, but in my case, it really helped the performance of 7 for me. Just my 2 cents.
Can someone provide the actual instructions to get a GeForce 5200 card to work with Windows 7 I have a Toshiba Laptop (Satellite M35-S320). Does the PC maker even make a difference What driver and what INF file do I need to install to make my card work with Win 7 Please provide the installation instructions too.
Come to find out my NVIDIA GForce FX5200 had no driver update for that specific video card that worked on 7... Researched everywhere and no one had the answer.. SO, for shits and giggles I tried the Vista version update of that video card, and IT WORKED. THANK GOD.
My laptop is a Toshiba satellite P25 series running w7 and Nvidia Geforce fx Go 5200 graphic card. I have also explored the web looking for a solution to this problem but without luck. I modified the original 96.85 driver (only 2 files are requiered); after installing, the screen resolution is the one recommended by Microsoft (1440x900) but Aero has to be disabled so that the system doesnt fail, although from time to time the screen blinks but nothing serious.
Dr. Data, thank you as well. 6 months later and I'm benifiting from your suggestion. I have been trying to get my GeForce FX 5500 card working in a PCI slot. I have a Windows 7 system in which the Geforce Nvidia driver for it, is only updated up to cover Vista, but there is no GeForce driver indicated for Windwos 7 on their site for these older video cards. I add what many have said, your system is too old for Windows 7 devices to work. Well, I got it working. I had the same message that Svuldruck was having in getting the Vista driver to download to try to use it for Windows 7- I think it was saying something like: Setup had detected the OS is not Vista and would not let me install that driver. As you said Dr. Data, run the updates and then it should take and it did and installed. But now I wanted to know that it applied that driver to that video card. To make sure, I went into Start, right clicked on My Computer, select Manage, selected Device Manager, found the Display video card that I plugged in, then Uninstalled Driver for it. Then I had to refresh by right clicking on the Display Adapters and pressed Scan for Hardware Changes, give it time as it took a few seconds and finally, after doing it a couple times actually, I saw the screen flicker and the video card showed up in there again. Perhaps I did not need to Uninstall Drivers at all, because it immediately showed it as having drivers associated with it as it gave me an option to Update Drivers, but not just to install drivers. Anyhows, so then I clicked on Update Drivers, then clicked on the option to find the drivers myself on the system and then found where the Vista driver was and applied that. Then it made me restart the system to apply changes. It appeared to apply changes, but still when I'd switch the monitor cord from the onboard video to the video card, nothing but no screen or monitor registering. However, the system was starting up or happening because I could switch the cord back to the onboard video and everything shows up.
The solution was ridiculously simple, in my case. My mom had plugged in both the DVI and VGA cables from her monitor to the 5200 FX's ports, and while switching between the two input modes in the monitor's menu, it occurred to me that it might be worth loading up the 96.85 driver again and switching modes when I got to the black screen. Eureka! I toggled the monitor's input/source button, and the black screen was replaced by Windows' log-in screen.
In Windows 7 I've installed last XP/2000 drivers for Geforce FX serie (175.16), downloaded from Nvidia site, by manually update, choosing the folder where the setup extracted them. They work perfectly.
Most of the complaints I've read about the FX5200 (and the FX-series cards in general) were concerned about XP-era gaming and its premature NT6.x WDDM driver performance, neither of which are my concern because that Dell is being used as my Windows 98 gaming computer, I have a better computer (AMD64 rig w/ a BFG 7800GS) for XP games anyway.
I have some strange fascination with the 5200 Ultra and have played a number of games on it. I would say it's ok for DirectX 7 games but you don't want to run higher than 1024x768 most of the time. I found that drivers 45.23 and 44.03 are best at compatibility with such older games.
Neowin heeft zijn handen weten te leggen op nVidia ForceWare 61.40. De drivers kunnen vanaf deze server gedownload worden en werken naar eigen zeggen met bijna alle kaarten uit de TNT-, Quadro- en GeForce-series. ForceWare 61.40 is gecompileerd op 19 mei 2004 en wordt zonder changelog geleverd. Vermoedelijk is de ondersteuning van de GeForce PCX-kaarten ten opzichte van de vorige release verbeterd. 1e1e36bf2d