nVidia Forceware Vista Driver 97.19 WHQL

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by El Matador, Dec 11, 2006.

  1. FatBoyNL

    FatBoyNL Ancient Guru

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    Banned :)

    Edit: now let's get back to these drivers. Gonna try 'em now!
     
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  2. Cosma

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    oh BTW Banned? LOL nice:behead:
     
  3. Sieras

    Sieras Ancient Guru

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    The latest is Vista 6.0.6000.16386 RTM.
     
  4. Cosma

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    Thank You!:approval:
     

  5. Danzel

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    Cosma: latest release is Windows Vista - RTM 6000.16386
    Which means Release to Manufacture.


    argh.. to slow again.. ;)
     
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  6. RejZoR

    RejZoR Ancient Guru

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    Lol. Majority of users consists of 6200/6600/6800 series and 7600/7800/7900 derivates. Sorry, but oh and so 8800 series are in some serious minority here...
    Those few geeks around are nothing compared to masses of GF6 and GF7 users worldwide.
     
  7. bodean

    bodean Master Guru

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    So nothing special with these drivers I take it?
     
  8. Sobek

    Sobek Master Guru

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    Scroll-scroll-scroll... stop with the retard talk allready, no one cares.

    The only things that matter to anyone regarding these drivers is proper support for widescreen resolutions, and SLI.

    So, do these support SLI? It's not like it's hard to just say 'yes' or 'no'. Sheesh.
     
  9. Inuyashian

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    I take it these drivers are j u n k much like this thread.
     
  10. maj0rm0j0

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    These drivers are garbage. I was at least loading and playing NFS, now the screen just goes to flashing and I have to hard reboot. Don't touch these!
     

  11. FatBoyNL

    FatBoyNL Ancient Guru

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    F*cked up my Media Center. The screen keeps flashing.
    Setting to lower resolutions/refresh rates (default 1280x1024@75Hz) didn't help like with older versions.

    'Back' to 97.34s!
     
  12. tomtbone

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    So, I take it that no one has gotten the control panel or any other overclocking feature to work yet with Vista x64? All my games are running much worse and I'm not sure if its that Vista wants more memory than XP or if its the fact that my 7600 GT is not overclocked in Vista.
     
  13. sandvic

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    I wonder when Nvidia will release full gaming drivers for Vista rather than basic Aero WHQL
     
  14. Hunted

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    Apparently by the end of January '07, I know, it sucks!!!
     
  15. sandvic

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    Well most people aren't supposed to have Vista until the end of january so it makes sense
     

  16. marcocom

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    the OS shipped a year late! and an RTM (release to manufacturers) means that companies need to make their OS images and CDROMs for distribution.
     

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