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Is there another place where I can update the drivers for the switchable graphics?

AMD's page does not support the switchable graphics cards, and an attempt to manually update them from there results in a black screen and a subsequent system refresh.

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The only way i could do it was just running the exe =( i really hope it totally removed the old drivers on its own and this doesn't cause me problems down the line still, id like to know the answer to the question above about that site being all just hacked drivers or what well maybe i'll give them a shot if i cant figure out the problem i posted below in the thread about using monitors with your laptop.

I think i want to update the graphic card drivers because Im going on vacation and just picked up the witcher, which i should update for anyway this particular notebook has the geforce go 7950 gtx graphic card in it. which is a month old, but a beta driver it seems, yuck, i dont want a beta, maybe i can find whatever the last one is somewhere?

The thing is im not really sure if you need to do anything special to update this. But I dont see any older versions up on nvidias site =( which one should i use? Lol i feel like a noob asking this but like i said, this is different from a regular gfx driver update and i want to make sure i dont screw it up, 2 things ive never screwed with, laptops and dell machines I uninstall my laptop drivers just like I do on a desktop. im not big on using either a beta or hacked driver though, i want the laptop to stay as stable as possible looking at that laptopvideo site and the link in specific you gave me im a bit confused.

With a regular computer i would just uninstall the video drivers in device manager then install the new ones from scratch. There is a site called laptopvideo2that takes desktop drivers and hacks them for mobile cards and they usually work pretty well. Here is a driver set released by Dell that supports your card: is that a hacked driver or an offical one from dell? Its about 10 months older than the one on dells site but if its just some hacked version i think i may want to just go with the more stable one for now if thats the case and i do go for dell, should i just do it the desktop way like you did with these other ones?

is it the same idea with a laptop or do you do anything different? I glanced at dells site and it seems it has some executable or something that you run instead of just pointing the new driver thing to the folder its in ungh, well, tried the dell drivers.

The only way i could do it was just running the exe =( i really hope it totally removed the old drivers on its own and this doesn't cause me problems down the line still, id like to know the answer to the question above about that site being all just hacked drivers or what well maybe i'll give them a shot if i cant figure out the problem i posted below in the thread about using monitors with your laptop.I think i want to update the graphic card drivers because Im going on vacation and just picked up the witcher, which i should update for anyway this particular notebook has the geforce go 7950 gtx graphic card in it. which is a month old, but a beta driver it seems, yuck, i dont want a beta, maybe i can find whatever the last one is somewhere?The thing is im not really sure if you need to do anything special to update this. But I dont see any older versions up on nvidias site =( which one should i use? Lol i feel like a noob asking this but like i said, this is different from a regular gfx driver update and i want to make sure i dont screw it up, 2 things ive never screwed with, laptops and dell machines I uninstall my laptop drivers just like I do on a desktop. im not big on using either a beta or hacked driver though, i want the laptop to stay as stable as possible looking at that laptopvideo site and the link in specific you gave me im a bit confused.With a regular computer i would just uninstall the video drivers in device manager then install the new ones from scratch. There is a site called laptopvideo2that takes desktop drivers and hacks them for mobile cards and they usually work pretty well. Here is a driver set released by Dell that supports your card: is that a hacked driver or an offical one from dell? Its about 10 months older than the one on dells site but if its just some hacked version i think i may want to just go with the more stable one for now if thats the case and i do go for dell, should i just do it the desktop way like you did with these other ones?is it the same idea with a laptop or do you do anything different? I glanced at dells site and it seems it has some executable or something that you run instead of just pointing the new driver thing to the folder its in ungh, well, tried the dell drivers. Please ask for information that you need if I didn't provide them.