NVidia 160.04's whql for Vista x64, unofficial


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NVidia 160.04's whql for Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 01:06:02 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 
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.
Cal Bear: I won't try the 158.24's (remember my post a couple of days ago 
about the 158.45' and your required feedback?). I will take my chances with 
these ones.
Will try it tonight. Now I gotta go back to work.
PS: Downloading as we speak...

RE: NVidia 160.04's whql for Vista x64, unofficial

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 07:18:01 GMT

Installed after uninstalling the previous 158.18's.
No problems so far.
Waiting for my kids to do the heavy 3D testing.
Dxdiag and Device manager show no problems and say drivers are whql.



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