Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Nemes1s, Nov 17, 2009.
It just went down hill from the 190x series! , NVIDIA WHAT ARE YOU DOING!
They like taking my money for their GTX295 but they are not working in drivers.....
@PirateNeilsouth It just went down hill from the 190x series! , NVIDIA WHAT ARE YOU DOING!
I've not test yet these drivers it's just for the fun i say that, apologize me
Have you patched the game to version 1.1?
Brings a lot better performance with it.
Here the game runs fine. Vista64/GTX260²/C2D 3Ghz
Well so much for hoping. I used to say. Why does everyone have such problems with drivers?
In the 195's i am understanding why :bang:
But hey, at least i gots me 07's those have been the best with my 280's to date:nerd:
yes i did, and its fine with 191.07 or any 191.xx (but i dont use these, they stutter in gta4 and in nfs shift they made my screen go black for a millisecond its like it lost the signal, same with 191.56 or 191.66)
it works perfectly fine with 186.18 or 187.6x, no patch or patched same good performance..Im running it in win7 32bit for now, gonna switch to 64bit soon:nerd:
I tried everything , clean install , driversweeper , safemode , you name it i did it.
This one is bad , single gpu is fine but sli no way , after rebooting always have to disable sli and than enable it to work fine , if i don't do this i'm looking at a disco when playing games.
In rivatuner "nvdisps.dll Display server" is not found ???
Hope the WHQL is better.
Back to 191.07 with NVapp.XML from 195.55 for the sli profiles.
Big ups for the PhysX Hunter!!
Everything is working perfect for me with this driver . . even better than 39!!
Hope nvidia gets the sli issues resolved for you guys soon!!
Got bluescreen when I tried to play a movie, screen kept on flickering from black screen to desktop(no aero)till there was a Nvlddmkm.sys BSOD. Didn't get the problem with the 191.66. If it happens again goin back to those drivers.
There is no 59Hz bug in Windows 7.
Regarding 59hz Bug.
What you're seeing is expected beahvior.
OFP Dragon Rising crash to desktop..
lol.. i dont understand why you all have probs...
it works fine here, every game i testetd works..i might have a lil lower framerate but overall, a better minimum framerate..
movies work great, i can watch em without trouble.
i played: Borderlands, dragon age, fear combat, COD MW2, Timeshift, manhunt2, Stalker COP and trackmania nations.....no flikkering or BSOD´s...
and the best thing its at 60 HZ , with the 191.xx driver it always went back at 59hz. not anymore---->
191.66 still the best for me so far
So far no problems for me, not tested many games, 3d -> 2d downclock working fine, no visible difference in fps unless looking at numbers and even then its only 1 maybe 2 fps less but like i say not noticeable unless looking at the numbers
cod: mw2 runs smooth with this driver. i liked the iq. but this is the only driver got problem with pes2010. pes2010 won't boot with this set ?!?
PES10 is working great
then it must be a problem with my hw. maybe reinstalling will solve the problem...
finished testing them on W7 Professional X64 , they're the best drivers to date, gained 3fps in ResidentEvil5, 2 fps in FC2, and games seem smoother too on my GTX260.
the Fallout3 "hitching" problem when turning around with the mouse remains though, only way to fix it is to go back to 186.xx but since i dont play FO3 anymore, i can live with that.
card downclocks fine after gaming and temps seem fine too.
a word about PES2010, i had no problem with earlier drivers and the new ones work just as well (played a full 15 min match) perfectly.
really liking this set.
pes 2010 stop running
Faulting application name: pes2010.exe, version: 22.214.171.124, time stamp: 0x4aa0787f
Faulting module name: nvd3dum.dll, version: 126.96.36.19955, time stamp: 0x4afe50de
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x0041bed1
Faulting process id: 0x8d4
Faulting application start time: 0x01ca67d5f5006a70
Faulting application path: E:\games\PES 10\pes2010.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\nvd3dum.dll
Report Id: 361c92ec-d3c9-11de-9a1d-001d7d9f0e8b