Nvidia Gf 7300 Gt Driver ((LINK))
Free download and instructions for installing the NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT Video Card Driver for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit, Windows Server 2003 64-bit, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit. For those who have lost the installation CD.
Nvidia Gf 7300 Gt Driver
To install the NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT Video Card driver, download the version of the driver that corresponds to your operating systemby clicking on the appropriate link above. A window should then show up asking you where you would like to save the file. Save the driver file somewhereon your computer where you will be easily able to find it, such as your desktop. Then follow the instructions below corresponding to the file type that youdownloaded
The 7100 series supports all of the standard features common to the GeForce 7 Series provided it is using the ForceWare 91.47 driver or later releases, though it lacks OpenCL/CUDA support, and its implementation of IntelliSample 4.0 lacks GCAA.
Although the 7300 LE was originally intended to be the "lowest budget" GPU from the GeForce 7 lineup, the 7100 GS has taken its place. As it is little more than a revamped version of the GeForce 6200TC, it is designed as a basic PCI-e solution for OEMs to use if the chipset does not have integrated video capabilities. It comes in a PCI Express Graphics Bus and up to 512MB DDR2 VRAM.
The 7200 GS has the same memory speed as the 7300 GS, and the core frequency is the same as the 7300 LE. It has two pixel pipelines. Nvidia stated that the 7200 GS performance is 50% higher than the latest integrated graphics, it's the slowest card of the GeForce 7 Series and of the GeForce 6 Series but supports HDR and Nvidia PureVideo. NVIDIA GeForce 7200 GS desktop Graphics Processing Unit was launched in January 2006. The GPU uses Second Generation CineFX Shading architecture, and it is manufactured on 90 nm technological process. The card's graphics frequency is 450 MHz. It also has 2 pixel shaders, 4 texture units, together with 2 ROPs. The GeForce 7200 GS embeds 256 MB of DDR2 memory, utilizing 64 bit bus. The memory is clocked at 400 MHz, which results in 6.4 GB/s memory bandwidth. The GPU supports PCI Express 1.0 interface, and needs a single motherboard slot.
The 7300 SE uses the same core frequency and memory speed as the 7300 LE, and has two vertex and pixel shaders. In many ways, this card is actually inferior to the 7100 GS, although it still retains the HDR support.
The 7300 LE (LE stands for light edition) is a scaled-down version of the 7300 GS. It has DDR2 memory, and a slightly lower core clock speed (450 MHz vs. 550 MHz). It is only available in the PCI Express interface. ASUS have produced a 7300 series card based on the 7300 LE core, running it at 580 MHz rather than 450 MHz.
The GeForce 7500 LE is an OEM GPU and is identical to the 7300 GS based on the G72 core. It has either 128 MB or 256 MB of dedicated video memory, however it also supports TurboCache, giving it up to 512 MB of video memory. It has DDR2 type memory and uses 64-bits memory interface. The card also has 550 MHz core clock speed and 263 MHz or 324 MHz memory clock speed (526 MHz or 648 MHz effective).
On August 9, 2006, Nvidia released initial ForceWare 91.45 drivers for Windows 2000 and XP that support Quad SLI. The Quad SLI support was soon merged in with the normal WHQL driver package, when ForceWare 91.47 drivers was released on October 16, 2006.
Nvidia has ceased driver support for GeForce 7 series. The GeForce 7 series is the last to support the Windows 2000 operating system. The successor GeForce 8 series only supports Windows XP and later (the Windows 8 drivers also support Windows 10).
This is a preview GeForce driver to be used only with the Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview. This driver should not be used with Windows Vista, Windows 7, or the Windows 8 Developer Preview.This driver offers full support for the new Windows 8 display driver model WDDM 1.2.
I have a xp system with athlon 64 3400+ that ive been running a geforce 6200 256 mb card in. Ive been wanting to try to upgrade it a little bit and i thought i found a card that could.I came across a 7300 GT card and all the searching i did seem to suggest it was an upgrade. Its also in a shuttle case so im limited to single slot cards. When I put in my system and its been abysmal.Im running quake 3 at 1024x768x32 and im clocking 150+ fps on the 6200 and 20-30 fps on the 7300. Running other quake engine and it was no better.Both use the same driver (im using last release by nvidia)
I tried overclocking the BFG and it still sucked. I got to about 390 mhz gpu and 390 mhz memory. Still couldnt get past 30 fps.At one point i uninstalled the driver and reinstalled, but it really didnt help. It also does have the bridge chip from pcie to agp.I also cleaned the card and applied new thermal paste.
I totally dont get it that 6200 was just a old purchase i made for a HTPC. Its full part number is NX6200AX-TD256HD2. I cant even tell who made it, looks a stock nvidia design.Its clocked at 350 mhz with about 500 mhz memory.
7300GT should be much faster. I don't think any 6200s came with 500MHz DDR2 either, usually they had 266MHz, which is less than the 7300GT. The 'actual speed' vs. 'effective speed' gets mixed up all the time.
Tried 91.31 and the installer quit saying it couldnt find a device. I did notice i had 93.71 on the pc and ive installed that still only getting 35 fps on the q3 demo.Ive tried to find something that actually would confirm its in a PCI mode but i dont see it. I only see it reporting the AGP speed. I used powerstrip to change between 4x and 8x, but no real effect.I also saw some reports the via 4 in 1 driver could have an effect. I reinstalled the via driver i have from shuttle with no effect. I forced installed the system driver mentioning agp with no effect.
Edit: I put the 6200 back and it was in PCI mode. Got about 100 fps. Let windows pick the driver for the system agp device and problem fixed and it was back on agp 8x. The demo was back to 165 fps. I think something more severe is occurring with the 7300
You can check if AGP is running AGP mode in GPU-z (use older version like v0.7.6 or older, since newest will probably won't work with such old driver).Can you put a GPU-z's or AIDA64's GPU info screnshot here ?
Originally i was using 307.83 which was released on 2013.2.26 for the 6200. I initially just did a swap for the 7300 which should also be supported by 307.83. But it showed the bad performance.Then is was suggested to use an older driver which i tried 93.71, with same results.So im guessing part of the 307.83 remained even though switching to 93.71. I did run the cleaner last night but i didnt try to put the 6200 back in to see if it switched the older driver, not sure if it would help if it did.
Edit 2: Performed a fresh install of XP on another drive. Only installed the via 4 in 1 driver and the 93.71 nvidia driver. No improvement. Ill try the other PC next. Pretty disappointing this didnt work.
So i saw the gpuz tool can dump the bios and i found one of the web for the 7300 GT. I then ran a diff in beyond compare and came up with these diffs. I think the 0x0D should be ascii carriage returns. But is odd is these arnt in the card's bios and you can see theres 4 bytes missing from the total size.Its strange they have the same version number, but i would think having missing bytes would misalign anything but on the other hand id think such an issue would keep the card from doing anything.Curious on any opinions on this part. Especially if its worth trying to reflash the web bios.
well i think i solved my problem ?I was able to get a ATI X800 Pro and i think its better performing than the 7300 GT would have been.Im getting 260 fps in quake 3, rough numbers for sdmark: 18k in 2000 19k 2001 8k in 2003.I dont think ive seen nature in 2001 run so well.I appreciate all the suggestions for the 7300, still no idea why it sucked so bad.But this card should smoke all the old XP games i wanted it for. Only downside is no shader model 3, but i think i wont need it anyway.So I think my shuttle machine is has received its last upgrade (maybe i would think about the power supply. I think its 200 - 250 watt which i think is the limit for this card)
For WebGL in Firefox on Windows, Windows XP or newer is required. The following minimal driver versions are required: either NVIDIA >= 257.21, or ATI/AMD >= 10.6, or Intel driver versions from September 2010 or newer.
In Firefox 6 and newer on X11, the following minimal versions are required: either Mesa >= 7.10.3 (or Mesa >= 8.0 for the Nouveau driver), or NVIDIA >= 257.21, or any version of FGLRX implementing OpenGL 3.0 or newer (but FGLRX is blacklisted when the Linux kernel version is 2.6.32)
In addition to the blacklist, several GPU driver bug workarounds are applied on various platforms. Ideally these bugs will all be fixed. The WebGL conformance test runner disables the browser's driver bug workarounds to expose the underlying issues.
All sorts of fun. Feature-wise it isn't too different but the architecture has changed a lot. These cards are generally working with the latest kernel and Mesa but may still have power management issues. It is recommended to use the Linux 3.1 kernel or newer (or a backported driver from this kernel). Note: GeForce 405 does not belong to this family.
I tried to install the nvidia driver for my geforce 7300 for feisty with automatix2. The computer refuses to rebot after that. The common nvidia driver (in "xorg.conf" kown as "nv") works,but mouse and keyboard are very very slow!
Thanks for the quick answer!The mouse and keyboard work proper now. Maybe it was just aperformance-problem. I downloaded the nvidia-driver from their homepage,but the driver refuses to install because he does not find the kernelsource. But the kernel source is already installed! 041b061a72