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v77.30, v77.36, v77.37 XP 32bit | NV

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:: UPDATES

  • 28-JUL-2005: added v77.37
  • 27-JUL-2005: added v77.36

:: DETAILS

v77.30 | LV2Go Information file

  • desktop driver for 2K.XP
  • no WHQL certification
  • included in the Battlefield 2 DEMO
  • repacked from 30 MB to 16MB :)
  • more & detailed informations in the LV2Go Information file
  • supported GPUs:

    see original INF (link is in NFO file)

v77.36 | LV2Go Information file

  • desktop Quadro driver for 2K.XP
  • no WHQL certification
  • repacked from 30 MB to 15MB :P
  • more & detailed informations in the LV2Go Information file
  • supported GPUs:

    see original INF (link is in NFO file)

v77.37 | LV2Go Information file

  • desktop Quadro driver for 2K.XP
  • no WHQL certification
  • repacked from 30 MB to 15MB :)
  • more & detailed informations in the LV2Go Information file
  • supported GPUs:

    see original INF (link is in NFO file)

:: OPEN ISSUES

As with every released driver, version 77.3x of the Release 75 drivers has open issues and enhancement requests associated with it. What follows is a list of issues that are either not fixed or not implemented in this version. Some problems listed may not have been thoroughly investigated and, in fact, may not be NVIDIA issues. Others will have workaround solutions.

:: ISSUES RESOLVED

Significant issues resolved in driver version 77.3x

:: OPINION [*by LSudlow]

:: BENCHMARKS [*by LSudlow]

driver performance comparison charts for some GPUs

for GF2 Go: HERE from Pieter (v16.20 - v61.77)

for FX Go5200: HERE from Larry (v5x.xx - current)

for FX Go5700: HERE from Sky-Dexter (v65.73 - current)

for GF Go 6200: HERE from AJH (v70.75 - current)

:: DOWNLOAD & x-click-but21.gif

This and all other drivers available at LaptopVideo2Go are 7-zipped and come as a self-extracting archive for your convenience. We take care that your download time/traffic is minimized by compressing the driver in an optimized way. The method we had developed first is a service that you'll only find here proper working.

LV2Go Information file[/b]

Pieter's mobile INF modified for v77.30

LV2Go Information file[/b]

Pieter's mobile INF modified for v77.36

LV2Go Information file[/b]

Pieter's mobile INF modified for v77.37

Larry's DELL 5150/5160 optimized INF

John's DELL 8200/M50 optimized INF

Jeroen's MEDiON 41300 optimized INF

Teraphy's "PHP INF enhancement" page

nVLiTE page

(590DLs)

LV2Go_mobile_INF_for_v77.30.ZIP

Edited by mobilenvidia

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Hi, I am having an issue installing this driver on my Go6800...could you please contact me or show me a way to contact you? You can reach me on:

AIM:Slypieee

MSN:fp_los@hotmail.com

Yahoo:MrG00DWrench1

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I tried to install this driver on my laptop running the GeForce 6800 GO Ultra and I get this error: "The Nvidia setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit". What does this mean? I went to Nvidia's website and the latest driver there does the same thing. Any ideas?

you can reach me at "krivel@optonline.net". Thanks.

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I tried to install this driver on my laptop running the GeForce 6800 GO Ultra and I get this error: "The Nvidia setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit". What does this mean? I went to Nvidia's website and the latest driver there does the same thing. Any ideas?

That is also the issue I get when trying to install. Please, ®®®. Any ideas?

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delete any .INF file and replace it with Pieter's mobile INF (download link in first post or even the post above). Please read the information/instructions before posting :)

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index.php?showtopic=33

http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/pages/instructions.htm

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:)

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Sorry, i know this is not the place to ask for, but i' curious, so if anyone can tell me, it'll be every appreciated. I own a Toshiba laptop with a GeForce Go FX 5200, 32 mb, i'm running GTA San Andreas. The game runs smoothly, but every time i try to get into advance video options, the game crashes. It is a driver problem, a hardware incompatibility issue or just a bug in the game? Thanks in advance.

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All discussion of the Battlefield 2 demo/game should now be posted in this topic, if it is about this driver in particular, you could also just post here instead.........

To the guest with the GTA problem, what driver are you runing or what drivers have you tried with this game?

Have you tried re-installing the game? (after backing up your game saves of course)

I don't think it is a hardware compatibiliy issue unless your card is actually damaged, which is unlikely unless you abuse/drop your laptop or do serious overclocking with liquid nitrogen......... :)

You should run this tool and post the log file.

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index.php?showtopic=756

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