I recently did a clean install of my system and went through the tedious process of re-installing all my drivers, softwares, etc. For the main system itself, I used the drivers from eMachines' website since it was specified for my model (H2602). Everything seems fine 'n dandy (sound, USB, CDRW, etc.) except for the onboard video, which comes with the nVidia GeForce4 MX.
As suggested by others during a search through this forum, I went to the nVidia website to find the driver I needed. Problem is, which one should I be downloading?
Do I simply download the latest "Version 78.01 - Windows XP/2000" with hopes that it will work for ALL nVidia onboard video versions; or, do I need something *specific* for the GeForce4 MX?
Thanks for your time with my dilema! :)
1.9ghz Athlon 2600+
Windows XP Pro w/ SP2