Well, I went to the nVidea site and updated the driver to the Win7 64 bit (195.62) and now when I hit print, my computer not only goes black but I lose the desktop. So its worse now and I don't know how to get it back to where it was.
Ok, now it seems to have straightened itself out and is working without blacking out. Not sure why but for now its working.
Nope, its not working. Video crashed and went into power save mode and refuse to come out. This is frustrating.
I installed the driver without performing an uninstall. I did verify even after a reboot that the new driver was resident. However, my problem was identical to the original positing. I believe you had indicated that you had a problem when trying to do a print preview. I did not experience that problem.
I'm having the same problem with my XPS 8000 and nVidia GT220. I have reported it to Dell who were sending out an engineer to replace the card, after waiting for and not receiving a phone call to arrange time for the engineer I contacted dell again only to be told they have no GT220s in stock :( Dell are supposed to be calling next week to update me
I called Dell and they remotely messed around and updated the Bios and video drivers and called it good. It was good until I hung up and the problems started over again. I haven't called them back yet to say it didn't work. How did you get straight to having the card replaced?
I went ahead and just turned off print preview since it seems my problems centers around the print preview window. I'll see if I get any other problems.
Engineer came today, replaced my card with a new one, 15 minutes after he left the same error appeared..ggggggrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Engineer coming back out tomorrow to have a look and possibly reinstall w7? But after googling the error, seems everyone has the same problem and nobody knows the fix :(