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NVIDIA driver v100.30 for Windows Vista 64bit

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Driver Information


  • Released By: NVIDIA
  • Driver Version: 100.30
  • Operating System: Windows Vista 64bit
  • Driver Date: 2006-12-14 (YYYY-MM-DD)
  • Driver Size: 20.26MB (MD5: a4ac73f896a276547308b1a317b059e9)
  • MS WHQL Certificate: False
  • Setup Files Included: True
  • Languages Included: English only

Information Files (1 files supporting 7 models)


* nv_disp.inf supports 7 models:
[DEV_0190] NVIDIA GeForce 8800
[DEV_0191] NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX
[DEV_0192] NVIDIA GeForce 8800
[DEV_0193] NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS
[DEV_0194] NVIDIA GeForce 8800
[DEV_0197] NVIDIA GeForce 8800
[DEV_019D] NVIDIA GeForce 8800

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I checked the download. It works here. Pls. try again.

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wow! I'm really impressed by this driver :P

XP x86 (91.36): 3540

Vista x64 (97.19): 908

Vista x64 (100.30): 3493

There is only one percent difference between XP and Vista! :P

Besides all flickering has gone :)

*good work nvidia* :)

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wow! I'm really impressed by this driver :P

XP x86 (91.36): 3540

Vista x64 (97.19): 908

Vista x64 (100.30): 3493

There is only one percent difference between XP and Vista! :rofl:

Besides all flickering has gone :)

*good work nvidia* :)

Good news, there is hope for Vista after all :P

Do you have a control panel in Vista x64 with Powermizer and Tempurature, Overclocking and TV controls ?

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Nope, the control panel in Vista x64 as lacking as in Vista x86.

And I do also get the problem with VLC (had to activate OpenGL to get it to work)!

Moreover the screen kinda "rips" apart for an instant, when I open the control panel... this wasn't the case with 97.46, iirc.

Oh, btw: hello board :)

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I get that as well, but also extends to pages opening and closing.

This now also happens with 97.46 (Dell version)

quite ugly, but only for a split second.

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HA! just as i thought...lol...BSOD....but the problem wasn't caused by the inf for the GPU, it was by ULSATA(if i spelled it right)...hmm....that's my hard drive file :)

Any ideas?! :P lol :)

Edit: It was tested on Vista 64-bit, not XP like my tag over on the left says.

Edited by Area51m-7700
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