What Nvidia 7600gt driver should i use in Windows 7?

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  1. jeagerjaques

    jeagerjaques New Member

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    Hi,
    What Nvidia 7600gt driver should i use in Windows 7 cuz windows update cant find one.

    I'm sorry if theres another thread like this cuz i cant find one.
     
  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    No problem jeagerjaques thats what we are here for...:)

    You don't say if you wanted 32 or 64bit but anyway 32 bit is here:
    NVIDIA DRIVERS 190.38 WHQL

    64bit is here:
    NVIDIA DRIVERS 190.38 WHQL

    Just for your info.. I always post driver updates for 7 and vista here:

    http://windows7forums.com/windows-vista-multimedia/11365-graphic-drivers-11.html

    Any problems post back...
     
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    Are you having any problems?

    In my daily tasks, I have installed 7, 32/64Bit, right through the builds, and now with the RTM. I use a 7600 card.
    On first boot up, I am presented with a fat screen. After adjusting the resolution. etc. to my own wishes, I reboot. My update almost immediately pops up and offers a Nvidia update for my card. I install this, reboot again, and have a 100% working graphics presentation.
     
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    Hi Rak, do you mean your using windows update to install your card?
     
  5. jeagerjaques

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    Thx so much kemical.
    By the way,im using Windows 7 64-bit. ^_^
    Works like a charm.
     
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    Your very welcome....:)
     
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    Thats right M8. During the install, I select the default settings for updates. (Official RTM, if that makes any difference!)
     
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    So you got a subscription to....' Technet' is it? How does the finished article look/feel? Much difference to the RC?
     
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    I cannot spot any differences. There are no added extras and no (that I can see) visual differences either. I do get that instinct that it is a mite snappier, and the built in defag semed to work, after I had installed my own software, at a remarkable speed - but maybe it was having a good day, lol.
     
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    Lol, too true. The windows default defragger has never been up to much and I always have a third party one..
    Oh well, I thought perhaps you'd get some extra wallpapers. gadgets and other trinkets but it is not to be..
     

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