Which nVIDIA Drivers Are For Your Video Card?

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  1. Mendor

    Mendor New Member

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    hmm i need a little help im confused by all that driver numbers i have a XFX gefroce 6600GT Dual DVI DDR3 AGP card and i have problems with the DVD and DIVX Movies (PC freezes) also BF2 is laaging when i do High Settings im using the newest 77.72 i think it is....what do you suggest me to use instead?
    Please help me

    THx
     
  2. Quad X

    Quad X Member Guru

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    look at 3d-shade's post. maybe that is what you need.

    I only wish someone would answer MY questions.....
     
  3. JustDave

    JustDave Member Guru

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    BF2 seems to insist nothing under v77.30. it seemd to run fine with it however, a friend told me to tryout v80.40 on my Gainword Ultra/880 FX5700 256. so far it seems to be running well.

    any sugestions?
     
  4. H@TeR

    H@TeR Active Member

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    77.72 b4 80.40HD.
     

  5. JustDave

    JustDave Member Guru

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    for sum reason, i cant run HL 2 with the 77.72 & my Windows Media Vidios az well az DVD's wont play. i installd the 77.77 n they run fine other then sum lag in BF 2.
     
  6. Zan

    Zan Member

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    Can someone tell me if I should look for 64 bit drivers for my vid card or for 32 bit ones, please, and which I should try as having major issues in games like Lineage 2 with the 77.72 international ones.

    For instance, at login I get 4 mini screens on top of an outline only of the real login screen.. no image on real one. When I try to close it, I end up with a sceeen larger then 480x600 or whatever that basic size is, and frozen comp that needs a power off restart. :(

    Thanks fr any advice - currently d/l the 77.30 ones on advice of another player but no idea if 64 bit or 32 bit... and if that matters...
     
  7. JustDave

    JustDave Member Guru

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    the 64 Drivers are for use with the 'Windows 64' operateing system.
    if You're useing the reg. 32bit 'Windows XP Pro', dont use the 64bit drivers.

    2 thingz to consider:

    1. try the v77.77 32bit
    http://download.guru3d.com/detonator/
    make sure You uninstall & cleanout the old drivers before installing the new ones with Driver Cleaner Pro.
    http://download.guru3d.com/detonator/
    follow the 'Read Me' file as close as ya can.

    2. upgrade to an SATA Hard Drive. they run Alot Better the IDE.

    if You need any help, PM me n i will help You either way.;)
     
  8. spartan007

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    The uncomprehensible Behaviour of "Drivers" to the layman

    hi

    ive got Command and Conquer Generals but the game when loading up takes about 10 minutes to get through the EA title, then runs a bit glitchy when the game actually loads up. or it crashes bringing up a blue error screen.

    my graphics card is fx5700 le, os xp pro, amd athlon 1.47, 256 mb ram.
    i have tried forceware drivers 61.77, 66.93 and 77.76.
    niether seem to fix the problem.
    i had the same problem with roller coaster tycoon 3.

    i thought it might be something to do with directx.
    ive got version 9.0c, i have run dxdiag to test directx and all the tests seem to work fine.

    this is very frustrating, if you can help i would be forever greatfull

    cheers

    ps please get back soon:)
     
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2005
  9. nabelon

    nabelon Maha Guru

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    have updated the game and all ur drivers recently ? check and see if everything is up to date,well include more details bout ur rig
     
  10. spartan007

    spartan007 New Member

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    Yeah fully updated on C&C and windows

    Specs Here>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    also graphics card full specs are
    GeForce FX5700LE
    Video bios version 4.36.20.30.52
    IRQ 11
    Memory 128 MB
    Forceware version 77.76 (at the moment)
    DirectX 9.0

    have tried Forceware drivers 61.77, 66.93, 77.76
    if you can help me get my games working i will be forever greatful.

    ive thought about wiping the system and re-installing windows but ive got too much music to back up. there has to be a way.

    cheers:)
     

  11. No 17

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    Hi does anyone know how to softmod a Geforce 6600?
    Thanks in advance
     
  12. stryke2

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    what drivers are best for my 6800LE i play a lot of mostly bf2, medal of honor and americas army. Running latest 77.77 whql at the moment.
     
  13. guardz

    guardz Master Guru

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    and how do you find that driver?? Good??? then dont fix it dude? Ive read from the eVGA site they recommend the 77.77 for the 6800, GT, and Ultra chip!
     
  14. DeadMan3000

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    I've got 2 x Asus 7600GT Silent HSF's. I am using stock 93.71 drivers but finding it runs crummy when not in SLI mode and TV out is stretched incorrectly. I used to have better TV out when using the old 84.xx driver for TV out but was wondering if it supports SLI since I swapped the original motherboard and AGP card for a SLI PCI-E system.
     
  15. scoutingwraith

    scoutingwraith Ancient Guru

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    Right now i am using the Official 91.47 Drivers with my card and so far i havent experienced any problems with them. Maybe its time to test them how stable they are ;)
     

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