NVidia Drivers for 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Graphics' started by maddmaxx, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. maddmaxx

    maddmaxx Senior Member

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    New drivers have ben released by NVidia for 7 here
     
  2. JohnCiber

    JohnCiber New Member

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    F*ck!! :eek:

    At last! Win 7 Nvidia Drivers!
    I'm sure that these drivers will solved my problem with 75hz in 1280x1024

    Thanks for tell to us!

    Now I'm in my work, I will download this drivers when I get to home joajoa!

    Thanks for the advice! :razz::razz:
     
  3. Thomas

    Thomas New Member

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    Done right !!!!!!

    Now that is what I call doing it right. The software uninstalls the old driver and then lets you install the new driver. That is the way you need to do it!!! ;)

    Thanks Thomas :cool:
     
  4. mirecek1965

    mirecek1965 New Member

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    Problem is, after installing new driver i have disabled aeropeek. Dont know why :-(
     
  5. Spencer Austin

    Spencer Austin New Member

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    3DS Max 8 and nvidia 5200 FX

    I have encounter a bit of a strange error whilst using 3D studio max 8, in each of the view ports within the program, instead of seeing the object that you working on from the prespective angle (top, side...) the viewport is whited out :confused:

    I have just downloaded some more drivers from nvidia, and will be testing them later, but if anyone else has encounted this problem, please let me know, and how you worked around it.
     
  6. coolwalker

    coolwalker New Member

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    Driver issue and gaming

    If you're a gamer, especially on COD of any flavor, you might get a "Buffer Overrun" issue with the latest drivers. Stick with anything below 191.07 and you shouldn't have that issue. The latest drivers from Nvidia's site appears to give you too many colors, thus overloading the buffer. I experienced it and once I rolled my driver back I was fine.

    This is just a suggestion. Do what you wish however.
     

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