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NVidia 160.04's whql Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 00:59:01 GMT

For those having spare time, bandwith and like to live in the edge here
 http://www.**--****.com/ %20forceware.htm
you will find unofficial drivers for Vista x64 and XP x64 (160.04 and 160.02 
respectively)
These french guys have proven to be trusty along time though the use of 
these unofficial drivers is completely on your own and I take no 
responsibility on the use of them.
If the Universe suddenly collapses, if Tony starts speaking fluent Spanish, 
or if Charlie dumps ATI and goes NVidia, or John Barnes materializes in the 
middle of the ocean, well...
I don't feel liable for that.
:-)
Carlos
PS: Downloading as we speak...

Re: NVidia 160.04's whql Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Tony Sperling » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 03:01:13 GMT

Ah, that I could read Borges, Mquez, Asturias, Paz, Vargas Llosa, de
Cervantes and Bosch in their natural tongue - and that's just to name a few
of the old bulls, no - I wouldn't mind that at all.

I have never tried the 'Station-Drivers' - if I need something out of the
ordinary I usually go to NGOHQ - there is also Omega Drivers, I really think
they are all the same hand tuned basic driver, sometimes adorned with a bit
of advertising. NGOHQ, at least, is free from those although if you don't
watch out they'll set themselves up as your 'current' home page - a real
easy fix!


Tony. . .







160.02
Spanish,
the



Re: NVidia 160.04's whql Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 07:11:04 GMT

Tony:
I have just installed the 160.04's, having done the previous homework:
1.- Create a restore point.
2.- Uninstall 158.18's
3.- Reboot and install VGA
4.- Update to 160.04
5.- Reboot

No problems so far.
DxDiag reports everything Ok and WHQL.
I guess I will have to wait for my kids to try the 3D thing.

Carlos








Re: NVidia 160.04's whql Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Tony Sperling » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 09:21:21 GMT

I think I remember you having some display issue at one point, Carlos. Is
that gone now?


Tony. . .



Re: NVidia 160.04's whql Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Q2FybG9z » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 19:42:00 GMT

Tony:
I had BSOD's on Vista x64 startup (after showing the desktop) after 
installing NVidia's official whql 158.24's, international version.
Some said that this issue was only present with that version and not with 
the USA one.
I didn't take my chances that time and reverted to the trusty 158.18's.
Later on, the station-drivers guys posted the 160.04's, also whql and 
international.
Gave them a shot and everything is running smoothly down here.
Carlos







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