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Best / most recent driver for HP Pavilion vista 32 bit on NVIDIA geforce 8400m gs


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Hello, i am completley new here to this site so try to be as elaborate as possible in your responses. I am on an hp pavilion dv6000 and the drivers from the nvidia site are not as great as i hoped for them to be. Can anyone give me a decent reccomendation as to what driver i should use at the current time, and how i would go about installing it? Thanks so much in advance, really appreciate it!

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Just to elaborate on what i mean by "best", if there is any driver that stands out from others if anyone has experimented with this card etc... Performance would be ideal, however quality is still a must. I'm looking for the most efficient driver, i have a cooling pad i use so overheating isn't really an issue. Once again, thank you.

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I'm kind of busy right now so I apologise for the quick answer:

Read the F.A.Q. -> http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/2-frequently-asked-questions/

and check Dox custom drivers -> http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/122-doxs-customized-forceware-releases/

You could read the comments on each topic, and in my opinion you should try the latest Dox 1's (185.85)

There's no real challenge installing them just make sure that you uninstall the older one's first and then use a

software to remove every little tiny file that was left behind.

good luck ^^

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I'm kind of busy right now so I apologise for the quick answer:

Read the F.A.Q. -> http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/2-frequently-asked-questions/

and check Dox custom drivers -> http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/122-doxs-customized-forceware-releases/

You could read the comments on each topic, and in my opinion you should try the latest Dox 1's (185.85)

There's no real challenge installing them just make sure that you uninstall the older one's first and then use a

software to remove every little tiny file that was left behind.

good luck ^^

I'm having 2 issues, when i restart the computer after attempting a clean install... my drivers automatically start installing, and on top of that if i try to install the drivers after i have uninstalled my old ones my computer restarts and it displays that there are no drivers at all available. Then it just re installs my old drivers again.

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Have you tried in safe mode?, if that doesnt work go as it says on FAQ to do an actualization using the "disk method" selecting the .inf file

and there you will find the right driver for your hardware.

If you don't want automatic install of your default drivers go to windows folder and there you will find a folder called most probably

"drivers" or something like that, you could zip the files to avoid the automatic install and then try this ones.

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