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m15x with new 770m driver wont install

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Hi guys,

 

As the title say i have an old m15x with a 920xm, 8gb ram and just got a 770m to boost gaming perfomace but the drive wont install.

 

When I run GPU-Z I see the attached image which are all the correct stats of the card but not really the card and HWINFO64 is showing that its the correct card but again not anything else.

 

I've read about .inf issues and about vbios flashing but dont know how to do either or which would be best to try.

 

Any ideas which (if either) could be my problem and how to do either task or how to go about more trouble shooting. Any more info required just ask. Any and all help much appreciated.

 

I just want to play total warhammer:-(

 

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You have to "Simulate" that there is an existing M15x with a GTX 770M on the market, with the modded .inf

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i had some luck with installing 1070 w/ 417.75 on my p15sm 

 

let me know if this would interest you.

 

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