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Windows 7: Is there a good nvidia win7 64bit driver for 8800gt?

14 Dec 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
Is there a good nvidia win7 64bit driver for 8800gt?

Anyone having problems with getting a nvidia win7 64bit driver to work with a Geforce 8800GT video card?

The new drivers seem to be really bad, going back 190.38, was told that should do the trick, will report back.

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14 Dec 2009   #2

Win-7HP, VistaHP, XP

Not here.. Little different set up and numbers but..

Whats the issue you are having really ??
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