It might not work, but have you tried installing the official Nvidia drivers? Unfortunately, it doesn't officially support Nvidia Quadro cards under the 130M. There's a modified inf file that adds the 120M to the "supported" list here under the "INF Modified" link, though of course use it at your own risk (I've used modified INFs, with success, from their site before when Nvidia didn't have a laptop reference driver for my GeForce 330M, but that's not a guarantee it will work). I would download the official Nvidia drivers from Nvidia's website and use the modified INF on those, just to be safe. The official Nvidia driver, at least the GeForce one, just extracts to C:\NVIDIA, and the nvts.inf file is in a Display.Driver folder beneath a bunch of folders. Then I think you can use the setup.exe just above the Display.Driver folder (I'm not sure if the other items it installs will complain, you might want to uncheck them).
I was under the impression that Windows 8, specifically the Start Screen, required new drivers, as in not Vista's drivers. At least, Windows 8 introduces WDDM 1.2. I was using Nvidia's beta drivers for a while because of it.
If all else fails, you might try uninstalling your graphics driver entirely and use the driver provided by Windows update. This link suggests that Windows Update provides a driver that supports the 120M with Aero support and 2D acceleration.