Originally Posted by setishock
There should be an uninstaller in the folder the driver is in.
Incorrect ...... nVidia drivers are removed via Add/Remove in the control panel
Originally Posted by NeXuS
Wow never heard of the 6500 weird.....
Inno and Sparkle make them amongst others. Google GeForce 6500
@ OP, the latest release on the nVidia site, the 84.21, Win 2000/XP 32bit WHQL supports your card.
From that screen shot I presume you have an nForce m/board, those nVidia drivers in your pic will be chipset drivers.
D/load the 84.21, (you should really reboot and use driver cleaner pro in safe mode to remove leftover code, there are 5 instances usually, but as you have an nForce board it will remove the chipset drivers as well so unless you are prepared to reinstall those I wouldn't bother), navigate to the new 84.21 driver and run the setup .exe. It is a self extracting file and will run, install the driver and ask you to reboot, no user input is required after the install commences. All should be good after that
EDIT: Are you running 64bit XP? if so make sure you get the 64bit driver, not the 32bit driver when you d/load new drivers.
A really handy resource in situations like this is Guru3D d/loads
(note the 32bit and 64bit sections in nVidia drivers) and also their forums, where you can find a wealth of information on video card drivers and all things display related, it has an ATi section as well for those who live life on the red side