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Quadro NVS 110M not modded yet


Caedric

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Hi all, :P

I have a Quadro NVS 110M in a Dell Latitude D620 with Vista 32bit RTM Business.

Vista tell me the Hardware ID is PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_01D7&SUBSYS_01C21028&REV_A1

and NERD isnt Vista compatible.

v97.34 VISTA 32bit drivers with modded INF could be installed in safe mode via "Have Disk" option (by default the card installed is "Geforce 7300 Go") so I manually picked the "Quadro NVS 110M" (Vista told me it was not compatible) ...

... and after a reboot the screen is black or too corrupted to see the BSOD :)

--> Roll back to the Vista default WDDM drivers (21/08/2006, version 7.14.10.9686), but they have a 2.1 score on aero performance test :)

Have anyone a clue on how to install "real" Vista drivers without this BSOD on my system ?

Thanks ...

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Ok, this user have the same problem on XP :

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index....showtopic=11906

And in the your modded INF, i can see

NVIDIA_G72.DEV_01DA.1 = "NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110M"

But my DEV_01D7 (SUBSYS_01C21028) is a Dell "NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110M" ...

am I wrong if i suppose my graphic card isnt (yet) supported by your modded drivers ?

Is there a way to support it ?

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DEV_01D7 is the ID for a go 7300... Would Dell really release a laptop where the computer says it's an NVS 110M, but in reality it's a go 7300?

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Quadro and vanilla GeForce have a lot in common. Dell like many other OEM uses the SUBSYS to "make" the G72M in to Go 7300 / Quadro NVS 110M or Go 7400 /Quadro NVS 120M.

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