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Windows 7: To all nVidia users: turn off Stereoscopic 3D

17 Aug 2009   #21
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chev65 View Post
This is strange because I'm running the 190.38 and the steroscopic 3D is turned off by default. Having no problems at all with mine.
Same here, default is off so it's not really a problem unless you have the hardware that requires it and you want to enable it.

Going back to the previous post, I have had the opposite problem with all the 190 drivers, my fan randomly goes to 0% and stays there and the temp goes over 100c, I have had to manually set the fan speed as a result, since then had no problems with these drivers and performance is definitely better for me with the 190 drivers.

The other weird thing I have noticed with all the 190 drivers is my clocks are always fluctuating even when the computer is idle.

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17 Aug 2009   #22
ratePV

Windows 7 SP1 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM View Post
Same here, default is off so it's not really a problem unless you have the hardware that requires it and you want to enable it.

Going back to the previous post, I have had the opposite problem with all the 190 drivers, my fan randomly goes to 0% and stays there and the temp goes over 100c, I have had to manually set the fan speed as a result, since then had no problems with these drivers and performance is definitely better for me with the 190 drivers.

The other weird thing I have noticed with all the 190 drivers is my clocks are always fluctuating even when the computer is idle.

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Strangely iv got it enabled by default(i dont own any 3d monitor and
gadgets) and every time i reinstall my 7en they are reenabled.

Yep, another conclusion: Nvidia drivers v190.38 are a fail!

Best if everyone come back to the good old 186...
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24 Aug 2009   #23
ratePV

Windows 7 SP1 x64
 
 

News:Nvidia has fixed this issue with version 190.62(but for i see created a lot of others...)
So one bug less...update drives and continue work...or again disable the unnecessary service like i do
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