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Hello, This post also helped me as well. I had Windows 7 and was also getting the error message for my NVIDIA system. I have the GeForce 6100 n Force 405 display.after i followed your directions step by step, and used the 64 bit downloads. I am successfully using the Windows 10 operating system.but, (there’s always a but, lol) sometimes my start menu and Cortana doesn’t work. Its not like i have to have Cortana, but i cant get to my main screen without it. I’ll get a critical error message in a green box that says: Start up menu and Cortana are not working, we will fix this for you upon next sign in, or something like that.
But the only option is to sign out and sign in, i do this several times, and the only thing that works is to shut down and reboot.not restart because restart does not work, i have to totally shut down and turn my pc back on.Do you maybe know why this is happening? And what i can do to fix it? I followed all your steps above.so im not sure what i did wrong. Btw i have an Acer Aspire AMD Athlon(but says e machine at start up) if that helps at allThank you so much for your help.your site is the ONLY site that made any sense!! The Media Creation Tool did bypass the problem where Windows 10 would not install because the Nvidia driver was not supported. I did get the OS installed, up and running “almost” fine.
The problem with my particular HP dv6700 laptop is the native screen resolution was 1280×800. After the Win 10 installed, I was only presented with 800×600 and 1280×768.
If your display was previously using one of these two resolutions, you should be fine. In my case, dropping back from 1280×800 was not acceptable.
Icons were disproportionate and default windows would spill over into the margins (non-viewable area). I will be rolling my laptop back to Win 7 or Win 8.1 because I don’t see any other solution available, short of Nvidia getting a consumer conscious and updating the 7150M video driver.
It’s a shame because this particular laptop continues to be very serviceable, especially after I installed a SSD. Worked great right from the utility, didn’t have to use external media. No NVIDIA error or need to manually change drivers for same.
Only hitch was a message that Windows 10 disables Media Center capability. Prior to making the plunge I determined that Hauppauge’s WinTV V7 program would still work under Windows 10, so I could play my archived transport stream video files that way. And, since I was upgrading from a valid Media Center Edition license, after install Windows 10 downloaded its Windows DVD Player program as a free update! Ivan, you got a beer from me! I also have an Asus Notebook running a Nvidia GeForce G210M on Windows 7. The Windows 10 icon has just appeared for the first time on my computer. I was told previously it would not because Nvidia decided not to support the graphics card.