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NVIDIA driver v101.53 for Windows XP 32bit

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Driver Information


  • Released By: NVIDIA
  • Driver Version: 101.53
  • Operating System: Windows XP 32bit
  • Driver Date: 2007-07-20 (YYYY-MM-DD)
  • Driver Size: 26.55MB (MD5: 3e472096ae2288c9f91bcf9be456b38b)
  • MS WHQL Certificate: True
  • Setup Files Included: True

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Information Files (2 files supporting 4 models)


* nvts.inf supports 2 models:
[DEV_0407&SUBSYS_00011179] NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT
[DEV_042A&SUBSYS_00021179] NVIDIA Quadro NVS 130M

* nvtsb.inf supports 2 models:
[DEV_0407] NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT
[DEV_042A&SUBSYS_00021179] NVIDIA Quadro NVS 130M

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Anyone, anyone, how are these? I still have a while before my notebook comes home, WinXP and 8600M GT (512MB).

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What laptop are you using? Any details for others please, else your comment is worthless.

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This driver comes with a 'install' file does this do anything for Toshiba owners, didn't do anything for me

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ASUS C90S, I thought thats what those stats were for under your nick. I played the video card to death in my second week from when I got it, now its taking the third and forth in Fremont being fixed :)

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Bugger, very nice machine, how about a writeup on it.

We can post it on the news page should it be worthy :)

Also mention the GPU meltdown in the weeks you had it.

Hope your baby gets well soon

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Guest adolfotregosa
WORKS GREAT! Control panel works fine. I saw a HUGE improvement in the DX10 cataclism(sp?) demo from nVidia!

Hmmm since you saw a HUGE improvement in the DX10 cataclism(sp?) demo from nVidia and these drivers are for xp.. how did you managed to do that ?? dx10 only on vista or i'm crazy ?

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Same question I was about to ask?

I'll do a write up Monday.

Edited by RangerXML
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guest uses the AlkyProject probably :)

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Guest Sbrocket

Here's a questions for you guys. I've caught on to the whole modded INF to install drivers, etc, blah, etc thing...but one thing still puzzles me. Why are laptop manufacturers still releasing series 100 drivers if there are series 160 drivers out? Is there something special about 100-series drivers and mobile chips or what? I've browsed through the many guides, FAQs, and quickstart guides but none of them seem to clarify why this is (of course, I could have just missed it.)

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100 series drivers are a continuation of the 95 series, 90 series etc.

The 155+ series drivers are trying out new thinga (Control panel) etc

OEM's want stability so probably opt for these more stable drivers.

Clevo just released 156.07 so there is hope yet :)

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I'm on an ASUS C90S too...hopefully these will work better, because I've been getting the nvlddmkm error with the ones that came with it...

I'd like to second RangerXML and say that the C90S is awesome, and the built in overclocking is very nice and works perfectly.

I just wish there were 8800's available for it.

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That's by design... as since the ever existance of WHQL. Every and any modification in one of the files voids the WHQL. You are using the modified INF, so...

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