Doesn't the system needs to be installed before he can supply a driver for
the graphics chip?
"Don" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Witherwix wrote:
>> Hi I would be grateful If someone could help me.
>> I have just bought a new computer... but unfortunately I can't install
>> vista on it. Athlon 64 X2 4200 Msi K9N Platinum nForce Geforce8600GT
>> These are the most important parts of my computer. When I try to install
>> Vista the installation stops in a moment where there is a black screen,
>> white "Microsoft Corporation" and a slider . I have no difficulties in
>> installing Windows Xp.
> Most likely you need to supply a driver for the graphics chip.
> Driver support for 64-bit Vista is scanty, so folks here are
> advising people to install 32-bit Vista on 64-bit hardware for
> now. I've heard that nVidia's Vista drivers are a bit flakey
> even for 32-bits, so keep things well backed-up.