Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by TechFreaK, May 3, 2012.
umm nope mine doesnt say that
enable windows aero
550m @ 823MHz. 11.1 for me too. Strange. Was there a DX11.1 runtime released?
I see, ok thanks.
Idk could be 301.34 thing or maybe they really enabled it now for all dx11 gpus, kinda like they enabled some dx11 bits for dx10 gpus.. I know i could run Heaven 2.1 in dx11 with my old dx10 gpu, but yeah no tessellation
I tried adding Windows Live Messenger in NVCPL, as it is already present in Inspector, but they are not "linked".
Same for Live Mail, present in both of them but not linked...
Best driver for my 560ti sli set up so far but will not shut down monitor goes off but not tower anyone know how to fix it
It shuts down the Windows OS correctly...but not the computer, so I just reach over and turn off the power for now. I'll take that given the performance increase.
same here after installing 301.34 in NVCP its 11.1 for my 570 gtx
yes thats what I am doing the performance increase is to good to let go
I've been seeing the Fermi clock bug on my two 460. Fairly often one card got stuck at 203 MHz. I've read elsewhere that over-/underclocking can cure that. So I upped my core by 2 MHz, and sure enough it seems to work so far.
Same thing here. It shuts down Windows(Win7 64) but computer is still running. I'm sure that's a driver fault. May have to wait for proper driver release.
Same thing here.
Unfortunately not. As I write this, both cards are stuck at 203 MHz.
Same thing happened to me. OS shutdown and the power light of my PC was still on. Two OS (Two separate drives) in my system have the same power off issue after installing the 301.34. May be driver problem....
It is, Nvidia apparently found the issue and will released another version in a week or two.
In the mean time, I think I have to press the power button for 3 sec to shut it down ^^"
Thanks for your help
I have windows aero enabled ,but the problem is not solved
On my default monitor the problem is now solved ,but my TV screen is still tearing
I have now installed the latest Whql driver for my GTX550TI Card
Now the problem on my TV set is solved at last
The 301.33 doesn't have the turn off bug on my system: http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/29449-nvidia-driver-30133-for-gtx-690-card/
The 301.33 is much older driver.
It's still the newest after the 301.34.