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Forceware 185.85 is out


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Thanks to Chupacabra and EofT, who were moments apart reporting this latest addition to the 185 series, which is WHQL.

Vista x86

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WinXP x64

These links are for the notebook versions.

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It's too bad the Quadro FX release of 185.85 can't detect my 570M...

Has anyone else had problems with these drivers?

I'm running a ThinkPad T61p, Quadro FX 570M, Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz...

PS: If there's a more appropriate place for help with these drivers, please point me in the right direction.

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With a quick glance they have no mobile Quadro support - you can install via have disk method until the modified inf is out. I'll probably do it tomorrow.

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Installed fine on my Acer with a 9600GS. Thanks for the heads up! :)

Edit: seem they changed the powermizer registry keys? "EnableCoreSlowdown" set to 1 by default.

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i have a aspire 4520, little older, i know, but i'm keep waiting for drivers for my vga and chipset (7000m/nforce 610) to os w7!

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should I upgrade form .81 to these ? is there much of a difference ?

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Looks like the only change from .81 is a Company of Heroes fix.

I'll probably wait for a Dox version, depending on local lazyness levels.

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Looks like the only change from .81 is a Company of Heroes fix.

I'll probably wait for a Dox version, depending on local lazyness levels.

I guess you didn't see his post about not doing them any more..

I think these gave me about the same 3DMark06 score that the .81 drivers did.

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new drivers again??? omg^^ anyone can tell me if theres still this flickering bug?

performance improved?

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Finally!!! No more AERO issues. W7 RC maximises and minimises windows properly!!! Amazing drivers form NVIDIA :) . My FULL HD screen @ 1920 works flawlessly :P . Great job NVIDIA! I knew it wasn't 7 :) .

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This is not working for me. It only provides me the option to install the HD audio, but not the display driver???

I completely uninstalled the previous driver, rebooted - checked device manager and only the default/generic vga controller was there.

Then re-ran the setup (Windows 7 64bit) and this is all I see, why?

The nvidia page shows my product is supported too:

GeForce 9600M GT

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This is not working for me. It only provides me the option to install the HD audio, but not the display driver???

I completely uninstalled the previous driver, rebooted - checked device manager and only the default/generic vga controller was there.

Then re-ran the setup (Windows 7 64bit) and this is all I see, why?

The nvidia page shows my product is supported too:

GeForce 9600M GT

Above I posted as a guest the same issue, I had to install through the device manager.

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Above I posted as a guest the same issue, I had to install through the device manager.

How? I tried using the manual update via device manager, says "best driver already installed"

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How? I tried using the manual update via device manager, says "best driver already installed"

Uninstall the driver first, then install new 185.85!

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Uninstall the driver first, then install new 185.85!

I said I did that and it did not work

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Once again, unininstalled via control panel, rebooted and

went directly to device manager. I see what's shown in

screenshot.

If I even uninstall THAT generic vga controller driver, then I cannot

install the nvidia manually because a hardware scan will end up

reinstalling either the MS provided nvidia driver or the generic vga

one again

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How? I tried using the manual update via device manager, says "best driver already installed"

I uninstalled the driver first, then I went to update driver, let me choose, have disk and sent it to the display folder where all the inf's are and it found the 9600M GT and I installed.

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Thanks, ok now I have a huge list of inf files inside the display folder. How am I supposed to know which one to choose for my 9600M GT?

Nvidia's page doesn't tell me much.

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Just to clarify, I have a Sony Vaio VGN-AW190 with 9600M GT 512MB memory.

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Thanks, ok now I have a huge list of inf files inside the display folder. How am I supposed to know which one to choose for my 9600M GT?

Nvidia's page doesn't tell me much.

I just sent it to the folder and selected open, I did not select a specific one it just found the right one.

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Based on what this site's tutorial says, I selected "any inf" and then over 40 9600M GT options were

listed (along with over 100 other models). I did not know which to choose, but either 9600M GT

ones I chose gave me this warning

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