Latest NVIDIA ForceWare Video Drivers Windows 7

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  1. Posts : 343
    Windows 7
       #801

    only issue i've found is manual fan settings aren't sticking as manual, also if my gpu reaches temps below 50c, it'll drop the fan speed back to 40% or actually invert the % slider.
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  2. Posts : 128
    Windows 8 X64 M3 8102 / Windows 7 Ultimate X64
       #802

    squall leonhart said:
    only issue i've found is manual fan settings aren't sticking as manual, also if my gpu reaches temps below 50c, it'll drop the fan speed back to 40% or actually invert the % slider.
    Same for me here with mine
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  3. Posts : 343
    Windows 7
       #803

    so this issue isn't just on GTX 200 then?

    report it via the submit feedback form, it'll get fixed faster then.
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  4. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
       #804

    I'm having zero problems with the 257's so far, but then I'm not changing fan speeds or anything. (H20 )

    I got some good performance increases. but I can't get my F@H to use more than 51% GPU Usage while folding on 257's. Thats no good. takes twice as long and kills PPD
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  5. Posts : 255
    Windows 7 Professional 64
       #805

    My folding is using 99% of my 470 GPU, with the 257's.
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  6. Posts : 730
    Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 Pro 32-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, Windows XP Home SP3
       #806

    197.45 OK for 64-bit, 8400GS ?


    gents
    couple of dumb questions here after reading the progression of releases...you guys are doing great work on this forum.

    Currently running the default 8.15.nnn.nnnnn via microsoft on Win7 64-bit.. Am I safe to uninstall drivers and load 197.45 ? and, process-wise, should I simply run the nvidia installer, or 'run as administrator', or 'run in compatibility mode' or ???

    a good friend of mine who is a bit of a computer novice said he did this on his 32-bit win7, uninstalling the ms-provided nvidia driver and running the install of the new, and got the jerky-flashing problem described elsewhere, but I'm thinking he may have restarted his machine before loading the nvidia wad, thus win7 auto-installed the default driver again without him knowing it.

    thx for the tips
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  7. Posts : 343
    Windows 7
       #807

    don't bother uninstalling the default driver, you can't install the nvidia driver without it installed anyway.
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  8. Posts : 730
    Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 Pro 32-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, Windows XP Home SP3
       #808

    Where'd the Wizard go


    I'm graphically challenged.... I need the nvidia display optimization wizard
    Its not in this 197.45 package for 64-bit
    is there a way I can just go get it and load it anyway?

    my colors look awful and the more I mess with them the worse I get it.
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  9. Posts : 730
    Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 Pro 32-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, Windows XP Home SP3
       #809

    yep.
    ok i got it installed. looks ok, except I am dependent on that blasted wizard for setting gamma correctly. can I download just that applet somehow?

    squall leonhart said:
    don't bother uninstalling the default driver, you can't install the nvidia driver without it installed anyway.
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  10. Posts : 1,223
    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64
       #810

    zapp22 said:
    yep.
    ok i got it installed. looks ok, except I am dependent on that blasted wizard for setting gamma correctly. can I download just that applet somehow?
    If I'm not mistaken, they haven't been in any drivers other than XP since about v176 or v177... I remember something on the NVidia forum a long time back about it not being included in the Vista drivers, so it wouldn't have been added to the Win7 drivers either. I'm not entirely sure why though..
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