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latest driver nvidia riva tnt2 m64 please

Q: latest driver nvidia riva tnt2 m64 please

please send me a link where i can get this nvidia riva tnt2 m64 for windows xp sp2

Preferred Solution: latest driver nvidia riva tnt2 m64 please

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A: latest driver nvidia riva tnt2 m64 please


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I'm searching for the latest driver for my husband's graphics card which is:
nVidia riva tnt2 model 64

His OS is win98, and he has dirX 9.0.C. I'm TERRIBLE at finding drivers and I was hoping someone might know how to locate this driver. I've been to the site, but as I said, I'm not very knowledgable about drivers, and I ended up very unsure as to what the latest driver for this would be.

Any help would be very appreciated!
Thanks much in advance!

A:Latest driver for nVidia riva tnt2 m64 HELP PLEASE! :)

kelticvixen said:


I'm searching for the latest driver for my husband's graphics card which is:
nVidia riva tnt2 model 64

His OS is win98, and he has dirX 9.0.C. I'm TERRIBLE at finding drivers and I was hoping someone might know how to locate this driver. I've been to the site, but as I said, I'm not very knowledgable about drivers, and I ended up very unsure as to what the latest driver for this would be.

Any help would be very appreciated!
Thanks much in advance!Click to expand...

Here is the file you want: http://download.nvidia.com/Windows/61.76/61.76_win9x_english.exe

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Hi, i just wanna know,
what is nvidia riva tnt2 model 64 latest driver?

A:what is Nvidia riva tnt2 model 64 latest driver?

Start here :

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I continue to get intermittent screen messages that I have a problem with my Nvidia graphics driver, occasionally causing shut downs and generating error messages to microsoft.
Although possibly completely unrelated, I also find that my computer shuts down on its own if left alone about 30 minutes, and when turned back on, goes through an odd reboot on its own whcih returns me to where I was before leaving.
The microsoft proposed solution is to download a new driver off the Nvidia website though they also say Nvidia has no solution to the problem. When I go to the Nvidia website, I can find a downloadable driver for XP. (www.nvidia.com/object/driver_installation_hints.html) , though the instructions request me to:
1- disable download accelerator utilities ( How do I find if I have any? I recall loading one at one time, but can't remember if it was on this computer, or find anything suggesting this on my start menu)
2-turn off my virus protection- can do
3- remove Nvidia display drivers from the control panel using the add/remove function.- I can't find any. However, I do find reference to them in my systems folder listing a TNT2 nmodel V dated 4/7/04. It seems odd that I have a listing in the latter, but not in the former. It also seems odd that they would request the removal of the old one first. Will my monitor work if its removed??
Thanks for any assistance

A:Updating Nvidia Riva TNT2 driver

d/l and save the driver to the desk top
in the device manager uninstall the card
reboot tapping f8 and choose vga mode
when windows finishes booting and reinstalling the card
disable a/virus
install your drivers
reboot the computer

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So i got this free computer without a hard drive to run a bot on, I got the hard drive and now i cant do anything because of this video card it came with. Its a nvidia riva tnt2 model64/model 64 pro. Iv looked everywhere to download the driver but i cant find anything. Im running windows xp on the computer and when i tried the nvidia site it said it cant find the hardware, when i tried some other site, it said the download was meant onlt for windows xp x64. is there anywhere i can get this driver for windows xp and if so, where can i find it?

A:Nvidia riva tnt2 model 64 driver

Does the motherboard have on-board video too? If so, use the on-board video until you get the TNT Riva driver sorted

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I have an NVidia Riva TNT2 32MB AGP 4X card in my IBM PC300PL. I have drivers that came with Win2k for it, but they are not DirectX compatible. I went to get the drivers for it from NVidia's site, but when it unzips them and attempts to install them, it says that there aren't any compatible cards in my sytstem. Any Ideas?


A:Solved: NVidia Riva TNT2

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can anyone tell me where i caqn get the latest drivers for this
as i cant play my game i just bought i think i need my graphics
card to be use open gl or something

A:Nvidia Riva Tnt2 Model 64

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I'm putting a new motherboard in my PC (Asrock p4v88) and in the instructions for the board is a note (do not use a 3.3v AGP on the AGP slot of this board). I hope to fit my old video card into the new mthbrd, it is a NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 64 PRO. I haven't a clue what the voltage is of my video card. Can I fit this old card in or do I go out and purchase a new video card of a known voltage?

Thank you
Donald Ashton

A:Need The Voltage Of My Nvidia Riva Tnt2 64 Pro

I don't recommend using that card in that machine. Not only is there a risk of it damaging the slot, it's also an incredibly old and slow card, if your new motherboard has onboard video it is likely faster than that TNT2-M64.

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i can't even bet a boot with a nvidia riva tnt2 model 64 w/8mb ram on a MainBoard TXpro-II or a knock-off replica thereof. funny thing is: the card workes fine in another comp with a diff mobo (this one, a spearfish with a xeon 450 pentium 2) and to add to insult, a couple of old junk video cards WILL work in the TX-proII. i also have an Aopen socket 7 mobo i could use for this system but the exact same story applies: the junk video cards work in it but not the tnt2 card which i just bought. by junk video cards i mean they have bad memory chips on them and they have garbage mixed in the on-screen display which makes them kind of useless except for getting a system to boot at all. if it matters they both have S3virge chips on them. running win98 fully updated with ie 5.5 also fully updated. have the latest nvidia drivers avail but of course haven't gotten that far. i did, however remove all the old drivers from device manager and found no nVidia references in the registry to delete at all. any clues would be highly appreciated. thanx, JL

A:System won't boot with Nvidia Riva TNT2 64 8Mb

When does your system bang...what message? If it's Windows protection error, you probably need to assign an IRQ to VGA in bios. I had this same problem...see Replacing Video card...steps?" in this forum.

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Um, this might sound shallow, but where could I find a BIOS upgrade to the NVIDIA Riva TNT2 Pro graphics card?

A:Nvidia Riva TNT2 PRO Bios question

What brand is it? Check the manufacturer's site. It might still be there.

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Can anyone assist me how to update my video card to the latest version (if there is). It's a bit old. its a 32mb AGP Nvidia Riva Tnt2/Pro (Microsoft Corp.) driver date is 4/7/2004 version (stated in device manager) I have WIndows XP SP2

Are there freeware that can figure out what is installed and recommend safely which version to update or driver to download so I can reinstall. I can't seem to find the driver cd that came with this video card.



A:Solved: Updating Nvidia Riva Tnt2/Pro

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Hello Experts,

I have purchased a Graphic card PALIT DAYTONA nVIDIA RIVA TNT2 M64.

I am going to install it in GIGABYTE P4 Titan GA-8IRX, REV: 2.0, DDR RAM, motherboard. This motherboard support only AGP 4x (1.5V) card due to Intel 845 chipset canít support AGP 2x(3.3V).

nVIDIA RIVA TNT2 M64 card has a jumper port JP1 which is open. Is it AGP 4x mode by default? Or I have to set jumper to make it AGP 4x.

Please suggest me how I install the card in the above-mentioned main board. I am waiting for your advice soonest possible.

Thank you.

Dhaka, Bangladesh

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I am running a Vista Home Premium PC with a 32MB Nvidia Riva TNT2 video card.
I can't update the drivers for the card from any driver install pack I can find. I cant do it with Windows XP, either. Can someone help, so I can get the best out of my old card?

HP Vectra VL420 DT
Intel Pentium 4 1.59 GHz
767 MB RAM
32 bit Windows Vista Home Premium

A:Nvidia Riva TNT2 update drivers

Support for TNT2 ended quite some time ago. I'm surprised you can even make a TNT2 work with Vista at all. Even for XP you have to go into the legacy drivers and download one of the older drivers that still includes TNT2 support from the nvidia website.

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If you are still using this old video card in your Windows XP desktop(like I am in one of mine), the NVIDIA ForceWare 61.77 and 66.93 drivers are the ones that you want to install and use. If you try to install and use the 71.84, 71.89, or newer versions, they will NOT install. I have done some experimenting and have confirmed this.


A:For Those Who Are Still Using A NVIDIA Riva TNT2 64 Video Card

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I recently reformatted my computer's harddrive, and I've been working on getting everything back to it's normal working order. I'm having issues with my video card. It should be installed correctly, I haven't taken it out at all, and it worked a while before the reformat. I think I have the correct driver installed (This one).

But when I plug the monitor into the video card's plug, the monitor won't show anything, it's just blank with the little light, normally green, glowing orange. When I go to the System Information, the only video card that shows up is the one on the motherboard.

Am I using the correct driver? Any other possible solutions?

A:nVidia Riva TNT2 Model 64 issues

G'day Redalert95, I gather you have onboard video and that is working but your card is not. It is not a good idea to plug video leads if the machine is running, it could quite easily kill something.
It is possible that you may need to disable the onboard video in BIOS to allow the daughter card to operate.
This makes it odd that it may have changed from previous settings which were apparently working OK.
If this might be correct it may be pertinent to replace the battery at this time before going any further.
Your board manual BIOS settings should help determine what is happening. In some machines if you plug in a video card the onboard is automatically disabled, but your note does not infer this to be the case, therefore it seems you are going to have to carefully follow the BIOS set instructons in the manual. You likely have an onboard enable somewhere. The LED showing orange instead of green simply indicates no information is being received by the monitor.
You should not need any driver to be loaded to give your card operation for the monitor to operate in a basic mode.
The proper driver will only give the thing all the colours and abilities you are used to normally seeing.
Be extremely careful and ensure the power lead is removed anytime you plug items like cards, and ensure your follow antistatic rules.
Cheers, qldit.

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Now, technically, which graphics card is faster in drawing: the NVidia Riva TNT2 AGP or the INtel 845G PCI? I noticed that the TNT2 has slightly higher framerates.


Do you meant the integrated series? If so, the Riva TNT would be better.

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I just performed a clean install of windows xp professional edition on a freshly formatted hard disk.
Here is my current hardware configuration:
PIII 500Mhz, 192Mb Ram, 16Mb Riva Tnt 2 Pro Graphics, Asus P3v4x motherboard, creative vibra 128 sound card..

I have a problem with Direct draw. whenever i try to test direct draw thru dxdiag, my screen flickers a few times and the my computer hangs. I have now diabled direct draw acceleration. I have tried the latest Nvidia Detonator xp drivers (2.1.83) as well as the default drivers that came with xp. There is still no difference.

I could use direct draw and direct 3d with the same hardware setup on my previous system, Win ME. All the directx games ran fine there.

Please let me know what the problem is as this is the only glitch in an otherwise impeccable system..

Apurva Mehta

A:{RESOLVED}DirectDraw Problems on Nvidia riva Tnt2

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I'm using Windows 98SE.

I've downloaded and installed the Nvidia 61.76 video drivers(the most current version for 98SE) for this video card, but it refuses to get out of 16-color, 640 X 480 resolution mode. Every time I start up and Windows loads, an error message appears with the following:

There is a problem with your display settings. The adapter type is incorrect or the current settings do not work with your hardware.

Any suggestions?

A:A Question About Nvidia Riva TNT2 M64 Video Card

If my memory serves me right, I fixed the problem one time by going into Display Props/Settings/Advanced and changing the display adapter. I had to show Windows exactly where the one was, that I wanted to use. It was with a S3 Savage card but maybe it'll work the same with your Nvidia.

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do you guys know what my problem could be? my pc hangs/restarts whenever it has to render some 3d graphics, or even when it simply has to use directdraw or direct3d. it even hangs when i press the "test direct3d" button in dxdiag. it even hangs when i use the drawing tools in microsoft word!

i do believe its something to do with directx. the problem is only "solved" when i set my video hardware acceleration to "none". but of course i dont want to have forever sluggish graphics. any suggestions...? btw, i using windozeXP pro.

A:nvidia riva tnt2 problem with directdraw/direct3d

What version on the nvidia detonator drivers are you using?

What version of DirectX do you have installed?

Have you been to Windows Update and installed the necessary updates?

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The title says it all - Thanks!

I have a old pc with a 245W PSU and I m thinking about upgrading the card.

A:Anybody know the power requirements of a NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 16mb graphics card?

Couldn't find a quick answer to this but if the "old" machine runs okay as it is then it should have no problem with the TNT2 card. They are a pretty old card and were designed for the machines of the day which (by today's standards) were pretty slow and didn't need a huge amount of power to get them going. I assume the "old" machine has a AGP slot to fit the card into?

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Hi. I was wondering...are the TNT and TNT2 drivers interchangeable? I need a Windows 2000 TNT driver, because the one supplied with the OS doesn't have Direct3D support :/...Thanks for your help!

A:RIVA TNT and RIVA TNT2 drivers interchangeable?

My guess, is Yes, they can be used. It definately isn't going to hurt to give it a shot, worst case you just uninstall. TNT2 was just before I began to pay attention to hardware.

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I have a nvidia riva tnt2 model 64/model 64 pro pci bus videocard.
The other day I bought the follow up of MOH (sorry forgot the name because returning it to the store)but ofcource you already see the problem rightaway:error log file of the game told me the card was missing out on some functions.Can this card be updated so "heavy duty games won't be a problem in the future?(il2/fb-wolvenstein-cfs2 run good though!)

Thanx for listening!

A:nvidia riva tnt2 model 64/model 64 pro update wanted

Well...you can get the latest drivers for the card, but it won't help that much, because it's a TNT2...and PCI....

If you wanted to play newer games, you'd have to get a new video card....but if you're running a PCI video card right now, then it may not be worth it...check if you have an AGP slot, is should be above the PCI slots on the motherboard, and slightly offset from them...if you have an AGP slot, then that's good, because you could get a good video card...but if you don't, you'll probably be better off getting a whole new system rather than just upgrading the video.

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NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro PROBLEM..

i saw something about this in another thread but can't find it
anyway my 32mg card only shows 16mg
the other thread listed a driver that worked for one member and i have the same driver...doesn't seem to work for me
is there a dialog or setting...?

A:NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro ONLY SHOWS 16MG

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I have the Nvidia Riva TNT2 Model 64 / Model 64 pro video card and i want to install a game but the video card has to be in 256 color mode and in Windows i can only go to 32 bit what can i do? Any comments or posts would be great! Thank YOU!

A:Nvidia Riva TNT2 Model 64 / Model 64 pro Problem?

Just to be clear, 32-bit is actually 16,777,216 colors, so its much more then 256 which is just 256 colors. So for 256 you need to lower the color depth not increase it.

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The title says it all. These are all 32MB cards, and I would like to know the best one and the worst one, any help? Thanks!

A:TNT2, TNT2 Riva and GeForce 2 MX, which is better?

As far as I know, there aren't any difference between TNT2 and Riva TNT2, but there are RIVA TNT2, RIVA TNT2 Vanta, and RIVA TNT2 M64.

Listed from the least to the most powerful:

RIVA TNT2 M64 (16mb card)
GeForce2 MX

For more information about the differences, take a look here...

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My wife's has a 3D Blaster RIVA TNT2 vedio card and I am trying to get some updated drivers, I am getting 404 messages on every web site I try. Can someone give me a link to find up to date driver?


A:3D Blaster RIVA TNT2

have you tried downloading the drivers on the NVidia website.
the beauty of NVidia cards are they only need "One Driver to Rule Them All" meaning the detonator drivers on the website are capable of supporting even the older Riva 128 to the Riva TNT to TNT2 up to the smooth power of GeForce 3! pretty cool and convenient huh? anyway here is the URL for the latest detonator drivers.


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My video display has a terrible flutter that is getting worse. I am worse than a novice about drivers/driver updating and bios updating. I've done research on updating drivers, but get nowhere. My display driver for my Dell with Windows XP Pro is NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64Pro (4.07.02).
Does my problem lie with my driver, bios, or what?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

A:NVIDIA RIVA Driver Problem or Something Else?

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Is there anyway for me to run World of Warcraft on an unsupported Video Card (NVidIA TNT2) without spending money on a new card? I spent fifty dollars on the game and now I"m stuck! Help?>??

A:Please help me- Video Card/Driver NVidia TNT2- WoW

you could always return the game. have you actually tried the game, and seen it fail. if so, you'll need a newer video card.

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I first wrote about this issue in another recent thread, when I was trying to deliver HDMI audio+video from my P70 with M3000M NVidia GPU (running Win10) to my LG OLED HDTV connected through either miniDP->HDMI or HDMI->HDMI cables, and failing to get audio. After a fair amount of research I initially came to the eventual conclusion that it was an NVidia problem, somehow related to their latest "retail" 411.95 WHQL driver I was using on my P70 (which was set in the BIOS to run with "discrete graphics").  Reverting back to successively older driver packages also available on the NVidia driver download site, I discovered that version 392.00 was their last WHQL driver package which did successfully install the NVidia HD Audio device which facilitated sending digital audio to an external HDTV via HDMI cable.
So 411.95, 411.81 and 411.63 all failed to install the NVida HD Audio device. But 392.00 (and older versions 391.89, 391.74) all DID install the NVidia HD Audio device. Hmmm.
I opened a ticket with NVidia Tech Support several days ago, and they asked me if I had tried the official Lenovo-provided NVidia Graphics Driver package and if that made nay difference, which to be honest I had not... since I don't run my P70 in Optimus (i.e. "hybrid graphics") mode but rather operate in "discrete graphics" mode and have always used the latest retail NVida drivers. So today I decided to reset my P70 back to "hybrid graphics" mode so that I could install the very... Read more

A:Latest NVidia Graphics drivers with 1.3.37 HD Audio driver: no NVidia HD Audio device gets installed


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Hi to whoever is reading this. I need help.

I recently just downloaded the Planet Coaster Alpha game and tried opening it. Unfortunately, this message popped up:
"No suitable 3D graphics adapter is available.
Please check that you have a DirectX11 compatible graphics card with suitable drivers installed."

I tried downloading the latest nvidia drivers but the screen resolution doesn't seem to be right because
nvidia control panel didn't install together with the driver. When I fix the screen resolution, the driver goes back to the version it was before the download. I can't seem to update my display driver. Please help!

btw my display driver right now is nvidia geforce 7100 / nforce 630i... thanks!

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Hai friends,
I am using HP Pavilion dv6-7012tx with 2gb nvidia geforce gt630m graphics card.My driver version is 295.55.Recently when I checked for driver update in nvidia control panel it showed that version 301.42 is available & the nvidia website also showed that update is available for my graphics card.I downloaded it & when I started installation it said-"this graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware".
Why is it so?

A:nvidia isn't installing latest driver

Mate you come on this page ... Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Opt for Option 2: Automatically find drivers for my NVIDIA products. You may need to install the latest version of Java to run this check (if needed, it will be done automatically in the process). If your GPU is compatible, it will point you out the appropriate one for your system.

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I was at the middle of the installation when an error came out saying that there was an encountered error during installation and the previous drivers will be rolled back. Please help.

A:Latest NVIDIA Driver won't install

And what happened when you tried to reinstall them?

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Hello and Merry Christmas!

I was hoping for some help with drivers as I am SO not good at dealing with them.

Recently I transferred my old geforce4 card into my husband's computer and installed a new video card into mine because my comp had an agp slot and his didn't, and the new card was not a pci card.

When the old card was in my computer, I had the latest driver installed and it played the rts games that I liked to play with no problem. Now that I have installed it into my husband's comp, it has only the drivers that installed with the card. Since then, the hard drive on my computer has gone out and I lost the driver file that I had saved on my comp. (A VERY nice person had sent me the file, so I simply installed it and played my games happily)

Basically, when I today installed my games onto my husband's comp to play them, they won't play. They used to play on HIS computer with his old card (a terrible riva tnt2 something or another) and now won't play with the old card from MY computer (which isn't the greatest card, but it DID play most of my games fine). I would like to install the latest drivers, but I'm not sure which are the right/best ones.

Currently, the card is:
nvidia geforce4 mx 420
the driver is listed under dxdiag as:
version 4.14.0010.6176
Date: 7/12/04
WHQL logo'd- NO
Mini VDD: nvmini.vxd
VDD: *vdd
DDI Version: 9 (or higher)

When I go to nVidia to download the latest driver, there are three steps:

1) I c... Read more

A:Help Please! Latest Driver nvidia geforce4 MX 420

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I'm trying to install this driver but it all ways fails... And turns my screen to a werid distorted veiw ... what i'm i doing wrong...

A:cant install latest nvidia driver

if your current driver is working OK don't worry about that particular update. I have an Nvidia card and on a couple of occasions the newest available driver has given problems as you describe. I just reverted back to the "old" driver and waited for the next release which generally fixes any problems.

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I have just installed Win 7 onto a partition on my machine:
? MoBo: ASUS P5N32-e SLi Bios Revision 1203
? Processor: Intel E6750 2.66 MHz
? Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8600GT
? Memory: 2 x 2048 Mb DDR2 PC2-5300 (333Mhz)
? Dual Monitors: 1680 x 1050 and 1280 x 1024
My system is dual boot - running Win XP & Win 7 very successfully.

When I try to change the resolution using the standard Win 7 drivers - the screens go black and I have to restore the OS (the system doesn't crash as such). When I install the latest nVidia Driver (191.07) the same thing happens - garbled screen for a few seconds then blackness (in fact the monitors show they are not receiving a signal)

Has anyone else experienced this? Is there something else I need to upgrade or install first? Any help would be much appreciated.



A:Latest nVidia Driver not working in Win 7:

Hasn't happened to me. Have you tried the newest beta drivers (195.39)?

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- so you won't face BSOD with errors freezing etc etc etc...god I hate these developers who get ton of $$ yet they produce errors, driver conflicts ....here is some users reporting link. I personally got into the problem ,just saying .TAGS-DPC -watchdog video schduler internal error Y50-70Y700Update: if you already did and you have problems go to safemode with networking - remove the driver with DDU and install older version of gpu driver.

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I'd like to know what the latest driver is for my graphics card. W7 has offered an update for it including loads of other stuff but it screwed up my display so I rolled back to the previous version, driver dated 19 July 2008, which is what I'm using now. Any help appreciated.

PS thread title should read 9600M GT, not MM GT

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I have a Gigabyte Nvidia GT 9500. I installed ACDSEE 2.5. after installed I get my cursor (arrrow) with a circling dot near it continuously.I lauched ACDSEE my screen once become black then return to normal. Error message problem with Nvidia. PC would not restart. Have to restore to cure problem. anyone has been successful on 32 bit.

A:ACDSEE 2.5 pro conflicts with latest NVIDIA driver

Hi patmos,
It sounds like your "refresh rate" needs to be bumped up some.
1.Click Start > Control Panel > Display.
2. Click "Change Display Settings"
3. Click "Advanced Settings"
4. Click Monitor Tab.
5. You should see "Screen Refresh Rate". Change it to like 70 or 72. See what works best for you.
6. Also you can choose Colors: True Color (32 bit)


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When I install the driver off of my cd, I can get max resolution of 1900x1600 (or whatever it is, I know it is in the 1900's).

I installed the newest driver released this month and I lost that now. I can only have 4 different stages of resolution and when I used to have MANY. The highest it goes is 1280x1024. Any ideas?

I will try to download the beta if you think that will help. I'm confused why it would take a step back in resolution?

A:Latest Released Nvidia Driver Issue

There are several possibilities.

1. the cd had a newer driver, the web site is behind. Not usual, but I have seen it happen.

2. somehow a monitor other than the one you have got selected during the downloaded driver setup. I have done this one to myself in the past.

3. probably something I haven't thought of.

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I recently updated my graphics card drivers from 327.23 to 331.58 (and later to 331.65).

With each of the 331.xx drivers I get freezes while browsing (using Chrome 30.0.1599.101 m) or playing games (e.g. Batman Arkham Origins). When the freeze occours everything stands still (youtube videos, gameplay, ...) and the system is not responding (keyboard, mouse). Waiting another 30 seconds triggers a BSOD "DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION" to appear after which the system reboots. This is not reproducable and seems to occour at random times.

One thing I can say for sure is that the BSOD only occours with 331.xx drivers - going back to older ones makes it disappear.

I'm currently in contact with NVidia support which is not really helpful... they don't seem to inspect the dumps I send them and ask me about hardware (what psu are you using or if my cables are connected...).

I would highly appreciate if someone could help me out... :<


PS: Changing back to older drivers would solve the freezes but I want the newer drivers for the added functions they offer (Shadowplay, Gamestream to Shield, ...).

A:BSOD on Windows 8.1 with latest NVidia driver

Sorry, forgot to mention my system specs:

CPU: Intel i7 3930K
RAM: 32 GB Corsair Vengeance 1600
GPU: 2x GTX Titan
HDD: 3x Samsung 830 SSDs
Sound: ASUS Xonar Essence STX
MB: ASUS Rampage IV Extreme
OS: Windows 8.1

Things I've allready tried:
memtest86Virus & malware scan (Microsoft Devender, Avast, AntiVir)Deactivated all autostartsDeactivated all unnecessary devices (USB ports, onboard sound, ...)SLI activated and deactivatedcompletely clean driver install (uninstall, cleanup with Revo Uninstaller and reinstall)scandisk on all drives

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juz 1 to ask for help here.can some1 told the latest driver for me.This info bout my driver.try to update but only beta in Nvidia web.microsoft updater has download ver. 15.26 but i'm not too clever to handle this thing....

Nvidia GeForce 7000m/610m
now i'm using 179.67

A:Latest driver for Nvidia GeForce 7000m/610 m?

This is what i found on Nvidia

It does say beta though and more that Acer should have one for you,but i checked
Service & Support
Version 13.11 released in 08

I would try the Nvidia one.

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I have Firefox 28 installed with update funnelcake September 2013 mozilla24 - 1.0 everytime i go to youtube or facebook or any flash related site or video related site my Nvidia display drivers crash ( I have them set with SLI mode) here are some screenshots of the issue. also it just crashed a few mins ago and Firefox sent report so hopefully they can fix it. SLI mode should not hinder FF.

A:Latest Nvidia driver SLI crashes when using firefox 28

Easiest solution is to roll back to the last driver that worked.

Also based on the age of those cards, the latest aren't going to offer much if anything in extra performance. With those cards I would only update if there is a specific fix for any issue you might be having.

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Hello All,

So today I attempted to install the latest Nvidia Driver from their official website. While the installation process was being carried out my monitor went to sleep (no signal from the computer) and never came back, even though my pc was still running. So after waiting for a while I manually restarted the computer (power button) and booted in safe mode. Here I was met with a problem signature that included this information:

Problem Signature
Event Name: Blue Screen
OS Version 6.7601.
Locale ID:1033

Additional Info
BCCode: 116
BCP1: FFFFFA80105FA010
BCP2: FFFFF8800738D19C
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: 0000000000000002
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

I also have a dump file in my minidump folder (062515-21091-01.dmp) but I couldn't figure out how to attach it.

Another strange thing is when I restarted windows normally after checking the problem dxdiag.exe and GeForce experience both say that the new 353.30 driver was installed correctly and is running. Thank you so much to anyone reading this and trying to help, let me know if you need any more information.



A:BSOD While Installing Latest Nvidia Driver 353.30

Hello and welcome nwinjum mate read these and post the dump files
Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

then we might be able to help you.

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Little background, bought an GS60-003 Ghost from MSI a few weeks ago and it game with windows 8 OEM. I really don't like windows 8 so I figured I would give Ubuntu a try and I found a didn't like that either. Ultimately I decided to purchase Windows 7 Home Premium x64 and have that installed as my current OS. I went through and got the updated versions of my drivers from MSI's website (to my knowledge). However whenever I install any type of nvidia driver I get random BSOD. If I remove the nvidia driver and software from my computer then I am good however this is kind of an unaccaptable compromise seeing as how I bought this computer to play games. I used BlueScreenView and it said I had a stop error 0x00000009f due to ntoskrnl.exe however I don't really know what this means and can't seem to find a post with someone having a similar situation as me and I'm really hoping you guys can help before I try and take it someplace to have it serviced. Attached is the debug file created by DM Log Collector.

A:BSOD randomly after installing latest Nvidia Driver.

Hi DillyMac.

You laptop GS60-003 Ghost does not seem to have an onboard GPU, and a dedication one, GeForce GTX 860M only.

The BSOD that you are having means your GPU fails to respond within a specific time during power transition period (hibernate or sleep).

As your computer is new, and you are having the issue with multiple versions of the display driver, better you RMA the laptop.

BugCheck 9F, {3, fffffa800ced6a10, fffff80002c073d8, fffffa8012dbd1e0}

Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvlddmkm.sys
Probably caused by : pci.sys

Followup: MachineOwner

0: kd> !analyze -v
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *

A driver has failed to complete a power IRP within a specific time.
Arg1: 0000000000000003, A device object has been blocking an Irp for too long a time
Arg2: fffffa800ced6a10, Physical Device Object of the stack
Arg3: fffff80002c073d8, nt!TRIAGE_... Read more

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About 4 days ago i've installed "Windows TinyXP" instead of Windows 7.
Since then i have not been able to play any games because of an error saying "Driver does not support Direct3D9.0c"
So i tried to install the latest driver, but i got an BSOD looking like this: http://img443.images.../imag0147x.jpg/
So since that did not work i entered "Safe Mode" and uninstalled the driver again...
After that i tried installed the driver as an "Clean Install" by clicking Custom Install, that option should delete old driver data before installing new, so i tried that...
BSOD once again...
I am running in safe mode right now, and i would like if someone could tell me why i cant install the latest driver and how to fix it..
Also, my graphics card is a Nvidia Geforce G210M (Notebook)

About 4 days ago i've installed "Windows TinyXP" instead of Windows 7.
Since then i have not been able to play any games because of an error saying "Driver does not support Direct3D9.0c"
So i tried to install the latest driver, but i got an BSOD looking like this: http://img443.images.../imag0147x.jpg/
So since that did not work i entered "Safe Mode" and uninstalled the driver again...
After that i tried installed the driver as an "Clean Install" by clicking Custom Install, that option should delete old driver data before installing new, so i tried that...
BSOD once again...
I am running in safe mode right now, and i w... Read more

A:BSOD when installing the latest nvidia graphics driver

You need a legal copy of Windows.

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About 4 days ago i've installed "Windows TinyXP" instead of Windows 7.
Since then i have not been able to play any games because of an error saying "Driver does not support Direct3D9.0c"
So i tried to install the latest driver, but i got an BSOD looking like this: http://img443.images.../imag0147x.jpg/
So since that did not work i entered "Safe Mode" and uninstalled the driver again...
After that i tried installed the driver as an "Clean Install" by clicking Custom Install, that option should delete old driver data before installing new, so i tried that...
BSOD once again...
I am running in safe mode right now, and i would like if someone could tell me why i cant install the latest driver and how to fix it..
Also, my graphics card is a Nvidia Geforce G210M (Notebook)

A:BSOD when installing the latest nvidia graphics driver

Please do not start multiple threads on the same topic.

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