Download Windows 10 Compatible Nvidia GeForce Graphics Card Driver

Usually, when you upgrade your Laptop with New operating system, say Windows 10, there’s hardly any support you get from the manufacturer. And not just manufacturers can be blamed for this, as individual OEM too don’t release new drivers for their old products, as they need to force consumers to purchase new products with further compatibility. This article is for users having Nvidia GeForce graphics card users, who are trying to upgrade their HP Pavilion series laptops to Windows 10 and not having success in getting the proper resolution because of the lack of a compatible driver.

Download Nvidia GeForce Graphics Card Driver For Windows 10 32bit

Please note, for four or more years old graphics card by Nvidia is unlikely to get an updated driver officially. But we have to make things work with available resources. The last updated driver for old Nvidia GeForce cards was compatible till Windows 8, but a long time has gone already for that. Hence, it’s not easy to use the same driver for Windows 10; however, we’ll tell you how to make that work.

  • First of all, you need to ensure that you’re not doing the clean install of Windows 10 32bit and doing an upgrade from Windows 7 or 8.

If you’re already on Windows 10 by doing clean install, or tried to make any changes in the display settings, you can try installing the driver from the link given below. If it worked, that’s awesome. If not, then you’ll have to install Windows 7 back to computer, install all drivers again, and then upgrade to Windows 10 by following below given steps.

  • (Optional) Take a backup of the system image and your data or create a system repair/boot disk.
  • Make a bootable pen drive of Windows 10 using the Media creation tool.
  • Make changes in BIOS if required to boot from a USB stick in which you have setup files of Windows 10.
  • Boot using Windows 10 setup USB drive and do the usual installation of the operating system.
  • As soon as you boot to the desktop, which means your Windows 10 is completely installed, Open Edge Browser and download Nvidia GeForce 309.08 Driver. Please note, this driver doesn’t support 64bit OS.

This driver adds security updates for the driver components nvlddmkm.sys and nv4_mini.sys. This driver includes security updates for NVIDIA Driver services. This driver includes a security update for the NVIDIA Display Driver service (nvvsvc.exe).

It also installs PhysX System Software v9.12.0604. Installs HD Audio v1.3.18.0. Supports DisplayPort 1.2 for GeForce GTX 600 series GPUs. Supports multiple languages and APIs for GPU computing: CUDA C, CUDA C++, CUDA Fortran, OpenCL, DirectCompute, and Microsoft C++ AMP. Supports single GPU and NVIDIA SLI technology on DirectX 9, DirectX 10, DirectX 11, and OpenGL, including 3-way SLI, Quad SLI, and SLI support on SLI-certified Intel and AMD motherboards.

  • This Graphics driver supports the following products of GeForce 6 and 7 series; hence you should check from the list if you have the same graphics card before installing the driver:

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  • Continuing to Windows 10 installation, don’t make any changes in the settings of the operating system. This is important!
  • Just download and install the driver.
  • If it asks for a reboot, do it.
  • Now, go to settings and check you should get the same resolution options as you always had in Windows 7 or 8.

If it worked for you, do let me know in the comments. It encourages us to write more solutions for your readers.



  1. I installed Windows 10 a few days ago, on an older PC that has an on-board Nvidia 6100 processor and pretty well everything went okay but the system crashed a couple of times since. I suspected that the generic graphics driver that Windows installed during installation was causing the issue, as it seemed to happen when i was asking the display to scroll on an Ebay page or do a bit of work. I tried to update the driver in device manager but it just said i already had the most up to date driver. I have now downloaded this driver and it installed okay and is now showing as the installed driver in the device manager. It didn’t require a reboot and I am now hoping that i will not suffer any more crashes in the meantime until I receive a new PCI-e graphics card that does support Win 10.

  2. It just worked out awesome ! Thank you so much. I was upgraded my old celeron d pc to WIN10 from WIN 7.
    I had installed a geforce 7100GS to my pc. But when i was upgraded my pc to Win10 everthing worked well but the graphics card can not support fully it was just started to work as Windows Generic Adaptor also could not shoul it’s name Nvidia GeForce 7100GS. I was so irritated searching websites for this issue and just came here. Your idea worked! Thank you again.


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