The option to upgrade has now disappeared, presumably because it doesn’t think I can upgrade so I can’t see the error message anymore. It did get it when I was trying to upgrade from W7 to W Try suggestion from following link http: Tell us about your experience with our site. RoseM Replied on July 29, You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
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Tell us about your experience with our site. Mischmi Replied on July 30, In reply to deleted message. How satisfied are you with this reply? How satisfied are you with this response?
In reply to ToeKnee’s post on July 30, Hi, here the same on a Toshiba Notebook I have bought in April Try suggestion from following link http: Tech support atu are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
I received this same message. I’ve just put the original Windows 7 hard drive back into the laptop to upgrade to Windows 10 and the installer tells me that I can’t upgrade because the graphics card is incompatible.
Is there a way around this? What is the exact error message? RoseM Replied on July 29, Windows 10 is running on my laptop but i cannot find the appropriate x driver anywhere.
ToeKnee Replied on July 30, LanceAutoman Replied on July 31, In reply to LanceAutoman’s post on July 31, Sorry this didn’t help.
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It came with Vista, ran with Windows 8. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Are you getting this message while trying to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10? It did get it when I was trying to upgrade from W7 to W Display is at the native x it should be, no yellow marks in device manager.
The option to upgrade has now disappeared, presumably because it doesn’t think I can upgrade so I can’t see the error message anymore. IF this was true I wouldn’t have expected the Tech Preview to work. Mischmi Replied on August 1, Did this solve your problem?
I still have the “Get Windows 10” icon in my tray but when I click on it,I get the message displayed here. Thanks ToeKnee that’s the message I got. I’m particularly keen to make this work as I’ve purchased a SSD specially to keep this laptop alive for another year or so.
I have the same question In reply to Mischmi’s post on July 30,