N/APosted on - 08/05/2011
I recently bought an Inno3d gt 220 graphic card to upgrade my system along with 4 gig of ram. upon installation of the driver that came with the GPU, my system tells me that it is not compatible. I search the manufacturer's site for the latest driver for the GPU, and it gives me the same driver version.
I tried to do a clean install of the driver and ignore all the pop up errors and finish the installation. The installation was completed, and it prompt me to restart, so I did. Then the worst thing happen. Now, my computer just keeps restarting infinitely. Any suggestions on how to fix this?
Inno3D GT 220 Graphic Card Error on Installation
This is evident to everyone who is using Windows 7 operating system because of the incompatibility of the video driver in many systems. In your case the OS files may be damaged or misplaced due to the incompatible driver installation. If you have a Bootable CD of the OS try to do a windows repair by selecting Repair in the Windows 7 setup to stop the restarting of your system. Then boot with standard VGA drivers.
Sometimes there may be a defect on your GT 220 graphic card and if you are under warranty period replace it immediately. If you badly want to get this Graphic card functioning you can try a bios update for the latest version available and be careful when Updating Bios not to interrupt the process. Also update your OS and then try to install the Video driver from NVIDIA. Ensure that your system is fulfilled the minimum system requirements and power requirements with at least 500W PSU.