Hp 510 Video Driver Windows 7
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Hp 510 Video Driver Windows 7
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I installed a Nvidia NVS 510 Graphics Card in one of my fully working HP6300 Pro SFF desktops and discovered that I still had video output from the motherboard video outputs as well as the 4 mini-DP outputs on the card. This machine has Win 10 Pro on it, the BIOS is K01 v02.98 Rev.A (same as v02.99 Rev.A says HP). The processor is an i-5 I had minimal problems with icon size, text size, etc., not even needing to install the Nvidia software to adjust anything. (Win 10 Pro handled any adjustments needed.)
I installed a 2nd Nvidia NVS 510 Graphics Card in a 2nd fully working HP6300 Pro SFF desktop and discovered that I do NOT have video output from the motherboard video outputs after the card is installed. Installed, the 4 mini-DP outputs on the card work (best after installing the Nvidia software), but the motherboard graphics outputs do not function. This machine has Win 7 Pro on it, the BIOS is older: K01 v02.05 ( Rev. unknown, if any). The processor is an i3-2120.
Does anyone know if a BIOS upgrade in the 2nd machine will enable the use of the motherboard video outputs simultaneous with the card video outputs? Or, is this a Windows version issue (doesn't work in WIN 7 Pro), or could it be a processor issue (seems unlikely) ?
What IS a problem is that Windows (?) insists the TV / monitor fed from the Nvidia card is Monitor #1. Well, no, the idea is to use the Display Port output from the onboard video as usual, feeding the monitor on my desk, and feed secondary / remote monitors from the Nvidia card. So I made the desk monitor my "main display" in Windows: THAT (main display) was fine, but the remote monitor would now not display using the entire screen no matter what I did in Windows or in the Nvidia software. I ended up (fully) shutting down the HP 6300 and unplugging the cable to the secondary monitor, then rebooting the 6300. My desk monitor reverted back to being #1... Until I reconnect the secondary (via Nvidia card) monitor, at which point the desk becomes #2 and the secondary monitor fed from the Nvidia card takes over again as #1. The desktop monitor remained as my main display, BUT, the secondary monitor's resolution dropped to 1920 x 1080 "recommended". If I crank it back up to 3840 x 2160 (the 4k native resolution of the remote monitor) then I'm back to only using half of the screen (in the center) of the remote monitor) And, it is still monitor #2 in Windows, so pointing the mouse or moving windows now occurs to the left instead of the right of my main display. This is very hard to get used to, after all my prior years of use working the other direction! The sizing is just totally useless - this whole adventure was so I can use a large 4k secondary monitor.
I imagine that if you remove the video card, the onboard graphics will automatically become enabled again, or you can set the BIOS settings to their defaults, save the settings and exit and the enable/disable video settings will show up again.
HP 510 Notebook PC drivers will help to eliminate failures and correct errors in your device's operation. Download HP 510 Notebook PC drivers for different OS Windows versions (32 and 64 bit). After you have downloaded the archive with HP 510 Notebook PC driver, unpack the file in any folder and run it.
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Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
I like to know that i have hp 510 laptop Celeron 1600 MHz processorr with 2 GB ram. I want to install the windows 7 on this machine . Any one who is running windows 7 on such machine may share his or her experiance wether win 7 works good on it or not
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