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NVIDIA driver v331.65 for Windows 8 64bit

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Driver Information


  • Released By: NVIDIA
  • Driver Version: 331.65
  • Operating System: Windows 8 64bit
  • Driver Date: 2013-10-23 (YYYY-MM-DD)
  • Driver Size: 184.74MB (MD5: e6cf9e5d5735050c512dd93f8507a674)
  • MS WHQL Certificate: true.gif
  • Setup Files Included: true.gif
  • Languages Included: 28
Information Files (57 files supporting 3485 models)

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Guest beatbox32

Is it me or is there no nv_disp.inf file in the original 331.65 installation? All I see is the nv_disp.cat file. I put the .inf in the Display.Driver directory, but it doesn't appear to be working.

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Is it me or is there no nv_disp.inf file in the original 331.65 installation? All I see is the nv_disp.cat file. I put the .inf in the Display.Driver directory, but it doesn't appear to be working.

 

Did you disable "hide known extensions" in Windows folder settings?

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Guest joram nsly2oc

Where is file "nv_disp.inf" in the installation directory? It doesn't exists there.

 

 

Is it me or is there no nv_disp.inf file in the original 331.65 installation? All I see is the nv_disp.cat file. I put the .inf in the Display.Driver directory, but it doesn't appear to be working.

 

The same problem for me.

 

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Guest GhostTracer

Hey there. I tried it on the MBP Retina and I also have the problem that its not working. There isnt a file with the correct extension to replace. I also disabled the hidden file extension thingie as suggested. Any other ideas? Im really pissed since i bought BF4 and thought - hey the newest mbp on the marked (I also payed extra for the big one) should easily do it but now its just this stuipd driver preventing me from playing this game...

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Guest Busycat

Hi guys!  I am having the same problem as the other guys with MBP retina.  I can't seem to find the file I am supposed to replace with the modded inf file.  Please help.  Thanks.

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Had this issue with my late Macbook Pro retina too, but solved it with the help of my friend Qraze.

You can read how we sorted it here: http://sleep.dontexist.com/2013/11/01/installing-the-latest-nvidia-drivers-on-late-2013-retina-macbook-pro/

 

Edit: rbut posted a comment on the blog with an alternate solution: http://sleep.dontexist.com/2013/11/01/installing-the-latest-nvidia-drivers-on-late-2013-retina-macbook-pro/comment-page-1/#comment-128

Edit2: I've posted a pre-modified file on the blog too, should be sufficient to just copy it to the C:\Nvidia\DisplayDriver\331.65\Win8_WinVista_Win7_64\International\Display.Driver folder folder and replace the current one (like mentioned in the post below). This is for GF750M-card (retina Macbook Pro).

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  • 2 weeks later...

OT, but an FYI:

I have just installed the 331.82 drivers using the same way as described in the post I added earlier. I have added a new post on the blog regarding this, with a much more simplified solution:

http://sleep.dontexist.com/2013/11/19/nvidia-driver-331-82-retina-macbook-pro-bootcamp/

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