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Hi!

I got 78.10 forceware drivers that are latest available for my notebook. They work better than old (on driver cd) but I got this annoying bug that in nvidia driver properties under application profiles I got nothing and "Add Profile..." is greyed out! I have done some reseach and found out that there is probably a missing file somewhere in /windows/system32.post-12117-1199427457_thumb.jpg

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You won't believe how many bugs this "profile" window had and still have... Install one of the recommended driver from the Recommended driver FAQ.

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You mean unsupported by manufacturer with modified nfo? But I'm scared of BSOD!

On a side note... can I do something to force mitac release updated drivers because 78.10 are pretty old now...

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If you don't want to use a custom driver... you will have to live without application profiles. Which is not such a big loss.

If you want to force Mitac to move... you can kidnap their CEO and ask for the driver. But the Mitac support might send you here. :)

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What is odd - I got latest drivers in linux and almost one year old under windowsxp...

I think I'll give modified nfo drivers a try, but not right now (backup everything at first)

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The 78.10 driver we host properly includes the game profile list :) I must assume that you have downloaded your driver not from here, do you?

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Here'S the file from 78.10. Put it in %WINDIR%\system32.

nvapps.zip

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Nice, it's working now.

I had this file already there but for some reason it was only 0KB? What could be the reason?

-that was me :)

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there is an option under "performance & quality settings" > advanced settings> Tripple buffering: on/off - I can turn it on but it resets to off then I run nvidia control panel again. I would like to see what it does but it seems to me it doesn't turn On at all even though I can click "On", "apply" and "ok".

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If there is one option to let alone... triple buffering. If triple buffering is locked to OFF... just that justifies to change the driver.

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