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Windows 7: Latest NVIDIA ForceWare Video Drivers Windows 7

17 Sep 2009   #481

Win 7 Ultimate 64 RTM

Went back to the 186.91 and as expected battlefield 2 is nice n sharp with no texture shimmering. The 2d/3d clock switching isnt affected by aero in windows 7 either. I'm really not sure what is going on with the 190-191.* series drivers in battlefield 2... It's like having vsync off at about arms length while the rest of the screen is fine but at times it lags aswell.

Think i'll stay with 186.91 till these 19* drivers have matured abit more!
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17 Sep 2009   #482

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Thanks again Neil. As GRiM says you are always the first. I'm still on 190.62 with no issues but I don't play battlefield 2 either.
Might wait for a few more reports on these before trying em.

Cheers, john
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17 Sep 2009   #483


well...ive lost ALL temp monitoring on these 191.00's

Latest NVIDIA ForceWare Video Drivers Windows 7-notemp.png

GPUZ still works though..... will put them though their paces with GTA4 in a bit.

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17 Sep 2009   #484

Win 7 Ultimate 64 RTM


Other OS's , just incase

XP 32/64bit

32bit Vista/7

warning   Warning
These are from a 3rd party source and not from the official NVIDIA driver website.
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18 Sep 2009   #485

Windows 7 SP1 x64 build 7601.21701

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by skunksmash View Post
well...ive lost ALL temp monitoring on these.
i lose them as well on "gpu1" on gtx295, however it shows temps for "gpu2". Its a bug introduced in 190.89
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18 Sep 2009   #486

Windows 7

Has anyone got a temp increase with the 190.62 drivers?
I went from 50 degrees idle to 60 degrees idle

Excuse this post if it has already been answered :)
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18 Sep 2009   #487

Win 7 Ultimate 64 RTM

Steve it might be due to the 3d clock switching everytime you do something aero related in windows 7. You can probably see this with evga precision , clocks go up down up down

This doesn't happen with the 186's nor the 191.00 but it does with all the 190.* drivers.
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19 Sep 2009   #488


ive also lost 2.5k on 3dmark with the 191.xx driver..., yet i dont seem to have an FPS loss while gaming.

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19 Sep 2009   #489

Win 7 Ultimate 64 RTM

I've yet to come across a driver better than the 186.91's , time will tell
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21 Sep 2009   #490

Windows 7 (7600) x64, Windows XP SP3
Need help 9600 GT Nvidia new Windows 7 (7600) x64

... let me just start like this...
OK i really don't believe in forums... but i like them, usually no one answers my questions .. i guess my typing sucks ....hopefully this forum can prove me wrong.

Ok i am a Windows XP SP3 freak love it XP is awesome ... now i want to switch to 7 i really do ... i installed it first the x86 then the x64. build (7600)

I stuck to the x64 and have this system:

Quad Phantom AMD
9600 GT (nvidia 190 drivers)
Sound card on board
Mothebaord M3A Asus

i hope thats enough.

I have 4 hard drives

1 x 80 GB (raptor 10000 rpm) (WIN XP SP3)
1 x 120 GB (7200 rpm) (win 7)
1 x 500 GB (empty)
1 x 320 GB (empty)

Now my errors are these i believe that they are do to the same reason but still appart.

Windows 7 isntalled with no problems. (btw)

My 9600 Gt was found and with Microsoft drivers worked just fine.
I installed Battlefield 2142 tried to play, i went into the game selected a server ... and started playing, BUT i see no buidlings no cars NOTHING ... just the floor ... (hahah) i thought i was cheating ... No...

SO i downloaded the Nvidia drivers ... WIn7 x64 190.XX

I install it ... and almost at the end after the blinking of the monitor windows 7 i get a blue screen saying nvldmkm.sys, memory dump, then a restart ... then trys to go into windows 7 again... doesn;t work then the revcovery comes ... it recovers everything and restart then i am back into windows 7 with ... well the standart drivers ... no nvidia on the lower right nothing ... i triewd it with older drivers and 1 worked 180. XX
it worked but now it would kick me out of Battle field 2142 ... why can;t i use 190. XX .

Please help ... i don't know what to do !

ALSO nothing is over clocked... nothing is out of the ordinary ...

Is there a different driver package maybe notfrom Nvidia but modified ... ?
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