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For Sony Vaio FZ, AR, AW and CW, use the attached modded INF (64-bit). Copy and replace the "nvszc" inf in the Display.Driver folder and run the setup.nvszc.inf

Should i use both .inf? Becuse it works on my SonyVaio for maybe 1-2 days but after that i startgetting bsod at startup!

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Hi, I need some advice, I've upgraded my acer 8935g to GTS 250m, I installed the 285 driver with modded .inf, it works and bios recognizes it but then i get BSOD with "attempt to resett the display driver failed....."

my details are 0CA9 SUBSYS 019E1025

Whats the best version driver I can use here?

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Dell XPS M1710 with NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 GTX (PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_297&SUBSYS_019B1028&REV_A1)

This driver, together with all driver versions since 280.26 have given a black screen on resume from sleep. There appears to be no way to make the screen turn on, aside from power cycling the laptop. 280.26 is the last driver that works correctly.

Any comments or suggestions would be welcome.

I had the same problem with my XPS 17 (L702x). Upgrading from System BIOS A12 to A16 fixed the problem.

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For Sony Vaio FZ, AR, AW and CW, use the attached modded INF (64-bit). Copy and replace the "nvszc" inf in the Display.Driver folder and run the setup.nvszc.inf

I have vaio FZ-190 with nvidia geforce 8400M GT graphic card. I used your inf file and the driver installed perfectly but after restart when i opend the graphic card properties in my device manager it gives me this error "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)",nvidia control panel won't open and i have the same problem as before. can you help ?

do you have this inf of yours for another versions? as you have the same laptop with same oparating system is it poassible for you to tell me wiche driver did you use?

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