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I spent a lot of time in comparing the OEM settings and made sure that they match with the newer driver, so you can safely use my INF over and over, just by changing the version/ date for future drivers. I didn't say that you copied my INF.

Nvidia drivers don't have much to modify. I don't know what you changed.

I used a program that added mobility settings to the inf.

Also, the time date didnt seem to work for me when i replaced it :/ So... The older better time stamp seemed to work flawlessly tho.

UPDATE: I just stopped using the program and forcibly added encrypted hex edits into the INF file. Fixing the time stamp error i was getting. Changed a number in a DEV_ID too.

The INF im uploading now is the INF im uploading now. and yes, this one i did use yours as a basis for this as a quick fix coolguy16. thanks :)

nvszc.inf

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I spent a lot of time in comparing the OEM settings and made sure that they match with the newer driver, so you can safely use my INF over and over, just by changing the version/ date for future drivers. I didn't say that you copied my INF.

Nvidia drivers don't have much to modify. I don't know what you changed.

coolguy16, I have a FZ-180E with an 8400M GT. However, I run 32-bit Vista. Can I use your 64-bit inf or is there a specific 32-bit one I would want to use? 275.33 is the most recent driver that nvidia recommends for this video card so I was hoping you could roll a version of this for me, if the other one won't work due to being 64-bit?

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coolguy16, I have a FZ-180E with an 8400M GT. However, I run 32-bit Vista. Can I use your 64-bit inf or is there a specific 32-bit one I would want to use? 275.33 is the most recent driver that nvidia recommends for this video card so I was hoping you could roll a version of this for me, if the other one won't work due to being 64-bit?

Here you go

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Here you go

You are some kinda magic. Thanks!

One other question. The new nvidia drivers have an auto-update feature. I didn't install it when I installed this driver, but have you tried using the auto-update feature on your Sony? If so, does it work fine? Or do you have to continually muck around with the .ini file?

Thanks again!

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Hello everyone. I am having huge trouble to install these new nvidia drivers to my touchsmart iq820sc pc with windows 7 ultimate 64bit :) The ts has a 9600M GS card (PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043&REV_A1) and when installed 275.33 drivers (with modded inf) it gives me the old BSOD few minutes afrer booting to OS.. The same thing is with all new nvidia drivers. I dont know what to do anymore, i have tried everything..

1.Removed previous drivers "completely" with the help of "driver sweeper"

2.Disabled the windows 7 built in automatic driver installation

3.Rebooted

4.Installed the 275.33 (included modded inf)

5. Used manual installation and selected only "driver" and "physx software", everything else not selected because no use in Touchsmart anyway.

6.Rebooted

7.BSOD

8.Rebooted to safe mode and checked has the nvldmkm.sys been updated and it is, so no problems it that matter

9.Now im stuck and dont know what do do anymore :)

10.Checked the installer files (nvac) and (nvwi) and there was (PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648) but NO (PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043&REV_A1), is this the problem ? What drivers should i use for my 9600M GS ? The HP ones are medieval...

Please HELP !

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It seems that as long as i dont do anything when on desktop it works. Here are some situations when i get/not get the BSOD

1.Using ccleaner "registry" cleaner causes BSOD.

2.Using auslogics registry cleaner works ok ?

3.Using nvidia control panel causes BSOD eventually..

4.Using firefox causes BSOD

5.Using windows control panel works ok

6.Browsing files works ok

So basically anything that somehow uses the GPU "properly" causes the BSOD !?

What are these registry values for (HKEY/LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/services/nvlddmkm/), and are those correct ?

ErrorControl (1)

Group (video)

ImagePath (system32/DRIVERS/nvlddmkm.sys

Start (4)

Tag (21)

Type (1)

These are from (HKEY/LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet002/services/nvlddmkm/)

BacklightControlPolicy (1)

EnableCoproc (1)

ErrorControl (0)

Group (video)

ImagePath (system32/DRIVERS/nvlddmkm.sys

PreferCoprocOverHybrid (1)

Start (3)

Tag (21)

Type (1)

(HKEY/LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/services/nvlddmkm/) has the same values and keys as (HKEY/LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/services/nvlddmkm/)

I even tried to copy a "working" nvlddmkm.sys file from my wifes HP laptop (using 275.33 perfectly without issues with nvidia GT230M) but no luck :) The BSOD still occurs. Also tried the MobilityModder.NET program for the installer files (unpacked) and no luck. Im so out of ideas right now, frustrating..

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Do i have to manually edit the inf files to add custom iD values of my card ?

These are the iD;s and other strings i found from device manager -->

1.PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043&REV_A1

2.PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043

3.PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&CC_030000

4.PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&CC_0300

and

1.PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&REV_A1

2.PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648

3.PCI\VEN_10DE&CC_030000

4.PCI\VEN_10DE&CC_0300

5.PCI\VEN_10DE

6.PCI\CC_030000&DT_0

7.PCI\CC_030000

8.PCI\CC_0300&DT_0

9.PCI\CC_0300

and the other ones -->

"{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}"

"{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0000"

"\Device\NTPNP_PCI0018"

"NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS"

"PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043&REV_A1\4&A5B54DE&0&0008"

"PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A41&SUBSYS_2A418086&REV_07\3&11583659&0&08"

"oem47.inf:NVIDIA.Mfg.NTamd64.6.1:Section102:8.17.12.7533:pci\ven_10de&dev_0648"

"display.inf:Std.Mfg.NTamd64:vga:6.1.7600.16385:pci\cc_0300"

"oem47.inf"

"pci\ven_10de&dev_0648"

I did not found that REV_A1 thing in any of the modded inf files, so is this the problem ?

Where do i add the iD;s, what particular iD;s and to what inf files ?

Please answer somebody :)

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You are some kinda magic. Thanks!

One other question. The new nvidia drivers have an auto-update feature. I didn't install it when I installed this driver, but have you tried using the auto-update feature on your Sony? If so, does it work fine? Or do you have to continually muck around with the .ini file?

Thanks again!

You don't need to install the Nvidia update. You need the modded inf anyway to install any driver.

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Ok, now registered :) Forgot to do that :/ Forgot to mention that the BSOD is caused by the "nvlddmkm.sys", but everyone proprably knows that allready :)

This is the direct link to the touchsmart iq820sc Product Specifications

--> http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01632830&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&lc=en&dlc=fi&cc=fi&product=3870771&key=null&site=null#N1538

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Never mind, went the hard way and learned a couple of new things :) Just had to add the (HP custom hardware ID;s) to the "NVAC" inf file. Everything works perfectly now. Seems my 9600M GS had really a "custom" made hardware ID that was not the same as the other 9600M GS cards have. F(&^*** HP.. i used the SECOND line in the hardware ID;S (device manager/nvidia geforce 9600M gs/details) so it's like this "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043"

Opened the "NVAC.INF" file and searched the first line that includes "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648". It found 17 of those in a row. Maked a line (18) and iserted my ID there. So it looks like this -->

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.01% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_011E1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.02% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01211025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.03% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01261025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.04% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_013B1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.05% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_013C1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.06% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_013D1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.07% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_013E1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.08% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_013F1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.09% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01421025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.10% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01431025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.11% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01451025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.12% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01461025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.13% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01491025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.14% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_014D1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.15% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_015E1025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.16% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_01751025

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.17% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_0900107B

%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.18% = Section005, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648&SUBSYS_900F1043 <--- My value !

Then search for the next row beginning with "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0648", it was at "%NVIDIA_DEV.0648.18% = Section006" if i remember it right. Just made the line (18) again and inserted my ID.

Then went to the end of the inf file, where are the numbers above indicating what GPU is what number. For example "NVIDIA_DEV.0648.17 = NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS" so i just made a line of my own like this below the (17) ---> "NVIDIA_DEV.0648.18 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS". So now it makes sense that the (18;s) wich has my hardware ID;s are NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS cards. Then just saved and installed the drivers. Works like a charm :P

Just to be sure it looks like this in the end part -->

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.01 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS"

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.02 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.03 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.04 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.05 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.06 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.07 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.08 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.09 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.10 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.11 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.12 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.13 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.14 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.15 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.16 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.17 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS "

NVIDIA_DEV.0648.18 = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GS " <-- remember to put those in place, im not sure does it make a difference but not gonna risk it :)

If somebody needs the NVAC.inf i modified for 9600M GS (HP TOUCHSMART IQ820SC) for 275.33 driver, i included it to this message :unsure: But you can modify it fast for your own purposes/card by just changing the Hardware ID;s i made to the lines (18) And that's only two places + the card name to the end of the inf file (used notepad)

If still not installing, then ALSO use the modded NVWI.inf that "laptopvideo2go" has WITH the modded NVAC.inf. But one thing is sure, the NVAC file made this work for me without the BSOD;S and the NVWI makes it possible to "install" in the first place.

nvac.inf

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I cant get coolbits to work with these drivers.

How do you overclock GPU using these drivers and Win7 64bit?

Coolbits hasn't been working in a long time anymore.

- NVidia System tools

- EVGA Precision

- MSI Afterburner etc...

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Coolbits hasn't been working in a long time anymore.

- NVidia System tools

- EVGA Precision

- MSI Afterburner etc...

thanks for info,

I tried NVidia system tools but it seems very clunky and the monitor

is not showing changes of core and shader clocks.

Does the Msi Afterburner and EVGA Precision work with any brand of GPU?

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Does the Msi Afterburner and EVGA Precision work with any brand of GPU?

Principally yes, at least with the recent ones. They continue the RivaTuner line of GPU tools, RivaTuner development seems to be stalled.

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Hi all - I really rather wish this forum allowed you to make your own topic...nonetheless, I've been directed to this forum by multiple people and places, so I'll post my hair-pulling issue here (though I'll link this old thread to if you guys care to see what things have been tried already http://forum.noteboo...-2009-help.html ):

Succinct and To-The-Point Question: How does anyone who bought your Alienware pre-September 2009/Dell merger systems get your video card drivers? Surely you haven't got nVidia's versions to work, have you?

A More Optional Read for an Explanation: Hello all - this is my first post here. I've come in hopes to find a solution to a problem I would imagine has irked anyone who bought an Alienware laptop before September 2009. I'll explain my case in a nutshell: I bought my system around July 2009...but Alienware stopped making Alienware drivers for my graphics card in October 2009, thanks to the merger with Dell (joy). As such, I've been running on 2 year old drivers on my main (and only) computer! I'm even in a certain beta to a certain game that everyone's looking forward to...and now it tells me that I can't even run it because it specifically my drivers are too old (it even lists the version of driver I have, and the version of driver I need)! This was not the case in the previous build for the game, so I know that my drivers are on their last legs. If I can't even run games on said rickety legs, something's gotta give.

And I've tried to make it give. Several times this year I've tried to call Alienware about this (they were more passing efforts during the school year), and a few months ago I tried to install nVidia drivers to no effect. Months later, I was told by a tech support fellow from Alienware that I should try that again - so I got the latest drivers, installed them, and...ended up getting error messages, the system telling me I don't actually have a graphics card installed (it specifically said I don't have mine in there, by name), and a good number of lovely blue screens that have happened so many times after I tried to get my computer simply turned *on* again that I wonder if my computer's about to implode from just trying to get new video drivers (it's worth mentioning my computer was largely fine before trying to upgrade, even if I always felt it was underperforming a bit). I must also say that the blue screens have only occured upon trying to start the computer up again - not during net browsing or anything.

So I have to ask - how does anyone who bought Alienware laptops pre-September 2009 get your video card drivers? Surely you haven't just simply got them through nVidia and installed them, no?

In any case, could you all help with my problem in particular? The issue is that it tells me my graphics card does not exist on my system after I try to install the latest nVidia drivers - it might be because my card is Alienware made and just won't take the standard nVidia drivers, but I'm not sure. Alienware tells me they should work fine. In any case, I'll attach my dxdiag's below, but I'll attach an older version as well (right now, my graphics card is not showing up in current dxdiags because of how my new drivers are not taking - so I'll give a before and after). Note: That missing item is a NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT, which I am trying to get to run on my Windows 7 - 64 bit laptop.

Can anyone lend me a hand? Perhaps I could simply replace a file where the drivers are extracted to with something that will make the driver compatible, then run the setup with it?

DxDiag.txt

DxDiag2.txt

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You really should read the FAQs of this site - especially http://forums.laptop...ickstart-guide/

Principally any driver which has a modified inf to add into the driver itself should work.

The latest one (I'm using it) is this: http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/28703-v28019-windows-7vista-64bit-nvidia-desktop-oem-mobile/

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280.19 is an Optimus driver, 335M included in the modified inf.

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I'm update my driver from 26x series to this on my acer aspire 5750g with i7-2630qm and gt540m 2gb but it decrease my windows performace index on aereo and games index.

and i cant know if laptopo use the supported cuda acceleration

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