"gm-210x-ya" is not a nVidia product... it's built by XFX. It only has a nVidia chipset on-board. If you want to register at their web site, you must do so in order to access their drivers.
Or you can visit the nVidia website and see if they offer a generic driver. Look for drivers for chipset GeForce® GT 220 / Geforce® 210. It's listed under Legacy, gForce 2 GTS/Ultra Pro. However, it's an old chipset....there is no XPx64 support for it on their website.
If I intended to try a nVidia driver, this would be my choice to test first:
(Note: 2nd driver down from the top)
However, I have no way to know if it will work. It's a large file (212 MB.) but contains several drivers including the nVidia Video/Graphics driver. If it does not work, I have nothing else to try. This is the direct link to download the driver in the USA:
-NVIDIA Windows SATA / IDE Drivers
-NVIDIA Ethernet Driver (LAN PHY Driver)
-NVIDIA SMBus Driver
-NVDIA Display Driver
It covers many nVidia chipsets. Perhaps you will get lucky and get it to work.
This is the link to download the file from Europe: