Hello. I'm doing fine with most of my Windows 7 upgrading, but there's one exception: My 5 year old Sony laptop. It uses an Nvidia GeForce Go 6200 video card. This card was great in its' day, but is a little outdated now. By itself, it has 32 mb of video memory... not enough to run Windows 7 properly. However, the engineers at Nvidia used technology called "TurboCache Memory" to increase the available video memory for this card to 128 mb. Apparently, the Nvidia drivers "borrowed" extra memory from system resources. It's a cool concept, but the question I have is: Will this card ever be able to work with Windows 7? Even the Nvidia site has no Windows 7 driver for this. Sony released a Vista Basic compatible driver a while back, but sadly no Aero functionality was possible with that release. And of course I would want the Aero functionality. I'm probably gonna get a replacement laptop if my current one won't cut it, so there's a lot hanging on this. Any help would really be appreciated.