6600GT AGP Driver Support
Do the newest Nvidia drivers support AGP? I remember having an issue with a driver a while back and reading that somewhere. My current driver that works is dated 10/7/2008.

Thanks
Do the newest Nvidia drivers support AGP? I remember having an issue with a driver a while back and reading that somewhere. My current driver that works is dated 10/7/2008.



Thanks

#1
Posted 12/30/2009 09:33 PM   
Can you state what OS you are using?
Can you state what OS you are using?

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#2
Posted 12/30/2009 09:38 PM   
There was a driver issue a while back with the AGP version but this has long since been fixed. If you do experience any problems, please feel free to let us know. It seems you have display driver version 178.24 which I feel is better for Geforce 7 series GPUs and older so if you aren't experiencing any issues, you can just stick with that one.
There was a driver issue a while back with the AGP version but this has long since been fixed. If you do experience any problems, please feel free to let us know. It seems you have display driver version 178.24 which I feel is better for Geforce 7 series GPUs and older so if you aren't experiencing any issues, you can just stick with that one.

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#3
Posted 12/30/2009 10:14 PM   
My OS Windows XP 32 Bit.

Yeah this system is a bit ancient but it runs some games like TF2 semi-decent, and I use my newer laptop with the 9600GT for the heavier stuff.

I just bought a new 1920x1080 LCD and I feel the strain of the systems age. I was hoping maybe some newer drivers could help it a little bit.

Also, my digital vibrance control seems to not be working, which I have found in the past is usually fixed by a newer driver.

Edit: Total system specs are:
Compaq Presario SR1130NX
AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Barton Core
MSI GeForce 6600GT VIVO AGP
1.5 GB PC2700 RAM
160 GB IDE HDD
My OS Windows XP 32 Bit.



Yeah this system is a bit ancient but it runs some games like TF2 semi-decent, and I use my newer laptop with the 9600GT for the heavier stuff.



I just bought a new 1920x1080 LCD and I feel the strain of the systems age. I was hoping maybe some newer drivers could help it a little bit.



Also, my digital vibrance control seems to not be working, which I have found in the past is usually fixed by a newer driver.



Edit: Total system specs are:

Compaq Presario SR1130NX

AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Barton Core

MSI GeForce 6600GT VIVO AGP

1.5 GB PC2700 RAM

160 GB IDE HDD

#4
Posted 12/30/2009 10:19 PM   
[quote name='RoGuE1230' post='972861' date='Dec 30 2009, 08:19 PM']My OS Windows XP 32 Bit.

Yeah this system is a bit ancient but it runs some games like TF2 semi-decent, and I use my newer laptop with the 9600GT for the heavier stuff.

I just bought a new 1920x1080 LCD and I feel the strain of the systems age. I was hoping maybe some newer drivers could help it a little bit.

Also, my digital vibrance control seems to not be working, which I have found in the past is usually fixed by a newer driver.

Edit: Total system specs are:
Compaq Presario SR1130NX
AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Barton Core
MSI GeForce 6600GT VIVO AGP
1.5 GB PC2700 RAM
160 GB IDE HDD[/quote]
I prefer to stay with very old drivers for cards up to Geforce 7000s. Not a single issue running 94.24 drivers on my 7900GT.
[quote name='RoGuE1230' post='972861' date='Dec 30 2009, 08:19 PM']My OS Windows XP 32 Bit.



Yeah this system is a bit ancient but it runs some games like TF2 semi-decent, and I use my newer laptop with the 9600GT for the heavier stuff.



I just bought a new 1920x1080 LCD and I feel the strain of the systems age. I was hoping maybe some newer drivers could help it a little bit.



Also, my digital vibrance control seems to not be working, which I have found in the past is usually fixed by a newer driver.



Edit: Total system specs are:

Compaq Presario SR1130NX

AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Barton Core

MSI GeForce 6600GT VIVO AGP

1.5 GB PC2700 RAM

160 GB IDE HDD

I prefer to stay with very old drivers for cards up to Geforce 7000s. Not a single issue running 94.24 drivers on my 7900GT.

#5
Posted 12/30/2009 10:48 PM   
Im running

Windows 7
p4 3ghz
3gb ram
nvidia 6600gt

Im wondering what would be the best drivers for me to run? I play mainly counter strike, and i noticed an fps drop since i switched to windows 7, I know the system is ancient but what would be best for me? thanks!
Im running



Windows 7

p4 3ghz

3gb ram

nvidia 6600gt



Im wondering what would be the best drivers for me to run? I play mainly counter strike, and i noticed an fps drop since i switched to windows 7, I know the system is ancient but what would be best for me? thanks!

#6
Posted 01/11/2010 02:38 AM   
[quote name='marcello12' post='979121' date='Jan 10 2010, 06:38 PM']Im running

Windows 7
p4 3ghz
3gb ram
nvidia 6600gt

Im wondering what would be the best drivers for me to run? I play mainly counter strike, and i noticed an fps drop since i switched to windows 7, I know the system is ancient but what would be best for me? thanks![/quote]

For Windows 7 for older cards, I would say 186.18:

For Windows 7 32-bit
[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista_32bit_186.18_whql.html"]http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista...86.18_whql.html[/url]

For Windows 7 x64:
[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista_64bit_186.18_whql.html"]http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista...86.18_whql.html[/url]
[quote name='marcello12' post='979121' date='Jan 10 2010, 06:38 PM']Im running



Windows 7

p4 3ghz

3gb ram

nvidia 6600gt



Im wondering what would be the best drivers for me to run? I play mainly counter strike, and i noticed an fps drop since i switched to windows 7, I know the system is ancient but what would be best for me? thanks!



For Windows 7 for older cards, I would say 186.18:



For Windows 7 32-bit

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista...86.18_whql.html



For Windows 7 x64:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_winvista...86.18_whql.html

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#7
Posted 01/11/2010 06:25 PM   
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