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Windows 7: Installing new nvidia drivers forces vsync on

12 Dec 2009   #1

Installing new nvidia drivers forces vsync on

Need some help. This is the second time that has happened to me, the first, well i had to reformat because i could not find a solution. When I installed new or older drivers for my nvidia 9800gtx, my vertical refresh doesn't turn off even though it says it is off. It is effecting me within games where i need it off. Any help?

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12 Dec 2009   #2

Windows 7 Pro & Vista Home Premium

Try this, download the latest driver from Nvidia's site, then get Universal Extractor

On install only check the top box. It will create a Extract on the right-click context menu.

Rather than double-clicking the file, this will extract the contents of the .exe file, No go to Device Manager and under Display adapters, choose update driver software, now go back to Device Manager, click on the Nvidia card and yjr .inf file and update driver software
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