Updating nvidia driver boot camp
Thank you, according to that list you provided, I am out of the picture (17" is nowhere to be seen on that list) I thought I could rely on the Windows 10 upgrade test showing that only my graphic card needed a new driver. This is precisely what I did this afternoon, I downloaded this new driver covering Windows 10 but when installing it under Windows 7, it would not find any Nvidia card on my Mac Book, hence my initial question in this thread, why would the installer not find the Nvidia card and components?Windows 7 since when I check the Windows 10 compatibility tool it tells me that it can't upgrade to Windows 10 because of the Nvidia card:"This PC cannot be upgraded to Windows 10 because the Nvidia Ge Force 9600M GT has not been built to work under Windows 10.So I wonder if the problem is not hardware more than software related.You can upgrade from W7 to W10 and use generic VGA driver for the upgrade. Remove the upgraded W10, and clean install W10, and then use this n Vidia driver and test.
I am running Windows 7 64bits Home edition on my Mac Book Pro 17" with a Nvidia Ge Force 9600 M card.NOTE: If you have downloaded Boot Camp drivers to a USB drive, then the path to the setup file would be: F:\Boot Camp\Where “F” is the drive letter of the USB drive.Step 3: Click the Repair button to install missing files and repair damaged Boot Camp drivers and data. Restart and boot into Windows 10 again to check if Boot Camp and its drivers are working good now.Optimal Driver for Enterprise (ODE) Most users select this choice for optimal stability and performance.It also offers ISV certification and long lifecycle support Quadro New Feature Driver (QNF) Users occasionally select this choice for bug fixes, new features, new VR headset support or new Game Engine support.