This article provides instructions on how to download the latest driver of your NVIDIA GeForce 7150M / NForce 630M driver adapter. NOTE: Make sure your computer has an active Internet connection. If your computer is plugged into the router and cannot get online, disconnect it from your router and plug it directly into your Cable or DSL modem. As there are many drivers having the same name, we suggest you to try the Driver Tool, otherwise you can try one by on the list of available driver below. Pl2303hx Driver Windows 10. Please scroll down to find a latest utilities and drivers for your NVIDIA GeForce 7150M / NForce 630M driver. Be attentive to download software for your operating system.
Nvidia typically doesn't provide drivers for mobile embedded drivers. You have to get them from your vendor.
I have an older HP Pavilion laptop with a Nvidia GeForce 7150 M / nForce 630 M graphics card. On the Nvidia pages I get the following message when trying to find Windows 10 drivers for this card.
This can get annoying when the vendor no longer supports it with newer OS's. You may be able to find 'modified' drivers where they have modified the.inf files to allow it to install on normally unsupported chipsets at Yep and HP is the absolute worst; I just finished downloading from there but don't expect it to install since it's listed for Vista. Still, I'll give it a try. Next step is what you've pointed out. Or maybe I should just go there first.
Well, you can try. But upon further review, I'm not seeing much help for the 7150M there either. I did find some threads on the HP support forums for Windows 8, that may help. I wouldn't expect Windows 10 support right now.
I have what I thought were two identical laptops. One belongs to my son-in-law and the other is a dead one. SIL had pulled off all the labels, so I went by what's on the other one. Bottom line is that they're not exactly alike; I looked on the bottom and one is a dv9810us and the live one is a dv9715nr. So at this point I'm not sure what the display adapter is except that it is NVidia and may or may not be the same on both. I'm going to do some more research to be sure I don't throw out more invalid information when I'm asking for help.