Yes, installing a older Windows 7/8/8.1 driver helps. But you want to have the latest supported NVIDIA driver to be supported in Windows 10. Windows 10 supports DirectX 9 and higher GPUs (with support of minimum WDDM 1.0), but no NVIDIA driver is installed by default for the legacy products like GeForce 7 Series and lower (desktops and notebooks). They support DirectX 9. Windows 10 Driver Search here. The latest drivers can be downloaded from the official website from if it is not supported/available in Windows Update. Thanks for listing all of these, but please note that none of packages show my two Nvidia adapters. As stated in my last post, I have a Dell E1705 with a FX 2500M and Win10 in 32 bit I am trying to make work, and I have not yet even started my attempt to run Win10 in 64 bit on a spare Dell M90 with a FX 1500M adapter installed. Hp 1018 Driver For Windows 10 64 Bit there. Geforce 210 Windows 10 Driver.