Ageia Physix 100 Unknown Device on Windows 7 AGEIA PhysX 100
Ia have a system with :
Intel e6420
Asus P5B-E
Point of View GeForce GTX 270
AGEIA PhysX 100

under Windows 7 Ultimate.

The AGEIA PhysX card is not recognized by Winows 7, Why ?
I have installed the Ageia System Software but the card still don't work ...

Where can i find a valid driver for Windows 7?

Thanks
Ia have a system with :

Intel e6420

Asus P5B-E

Point of View GeForce GTX 270

AGEIA PhysX 100



under Windows 7 Ultimate.



The AGEIA PhysX card is not recognized by Winows 7, Why ?

I have installed the Ageia System Software but the card still don't work ...



Where can i find a valid driver for Windows 7?



Thanks

#1
Posted 08/08/2010 07:19 AM   
Ia have a system with :
Intel e6420
Asus P5B-E
Point of View GeForce GTX 270
AGEIA PhysX 100

under Windows 7 Ultimate.

The AGEIA PhysX card is not recognized by Winows 7, Why ?
I have installed the Ageia System Software but the card still don't work ...

Where can i find a valid driver for Windows 7?

Thanks
Ia have a system with :

Intel e6420

Asus P5B-E

Point of View GeForce GTX 270

AGEIA PhysX 100



under Windows 7 Ultimate.



The AGEIA PhysX card is not recognized by Winows 7, Why ?

I have installed the Ageia System Software but the card still don't work ...



Where can i find a valid driver for Windows 7?



Thanks

#2
Posted 08/08/2010 07:19 AM   
The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.

And whether your "GTX [b]270[/b]" is a 27[b]5[/b] or a [b]4[/b]70, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...
The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.



And whether your "GTX 270" is a 275 or a 470, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...

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#3
Posted 08/08/2010 10:01 AM   
The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.

And whether your "GTX [b]270[/b]" is a 27[b]5[/b] or a [b]4[/b]70, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...
The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.



And whether your "GTX 270" is a 275 or a 470, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...

Intel Siler DX79SI Desktop Extreme | Intel Core i7-3820 Sandy Bridge-Extreme | DangerDen M6 and Koolance MVR-40s w/Black Ice Stealths | 32 GB Mushkin PC3-12800LV | NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti SLI | PNY GTX 470 | 24 GB RAMDisk (C:\Temp\Temp) | 120 GB Intel Cherryville SSDs (OS and UserData)| 530 GB Western Digital VelociRaptor SATA 2 RAID0 (C:\Games\) | 60 GB G2 SSDs (XP Pro and Linux) | 3 TB Western Digital USB-3 MyBook (Archive) | LG BP40NS20 USB ODD | LG IPS236 Monitor | LogiTech X-530 Speakers | Plantronics GameCom 780 Headphones | Cooler Master UCP 1100 | Cooler Master HAF XB | Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1

Stock is Extreme now

#4
Posted 08/08/2010 10:01 AM   
[quote name='jaafaman' post='1100719' date='Aug 8 2010, 05:01 AM']The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.

And whether your "GTX [b]270[/b]" is a 27[b]5[/b] or a [b]4[/b]70, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...[/quote]

You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.
[quote name='jaafaman' post='1100719' date='Aug 8 2010, 05:01 AM']The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.



And whether your "GTX 270" is a 275 or a 470, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...



You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.

#5
Posted 08/11/2010 12:17 PM   
[quote name='jaafaman' post='1100719' date='Aug 8 2010, 05:01 AM']The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.

And whether your "GTX [b]270[/b]" is a 27[b]5[/b] or a [b]4[/b]70, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...[/quote]

You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.
[quote name='jaafaman' post='1100719' date='Aug 8 2010, 05:01 AM']The AGEIA PhysX card is not supported in Windows 7.



And whether your "GTX 270" is a 275 or a 470, it would only be hobbled by it anyway...



You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.

#6
Posted 08/11/2010 12:17 PM   
[quote name='DON3k' post='1102455' date='Aug 11 2010, 06:17 AM']You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.[/quote]

Indeed, this is true. My brother owns an Ageia PhysX card on window 7, but he dares not update to any of the PhysX 2.8.3 drivers (9.09.1112 and higher) as it drops support for the PPU altogether.
[quote name='DON3k' post='1102455' date='Aug 11 2010, 06:17 AM']You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.



Indeed, this is true. My brother owns an Ageia PhysX card on window 7, but he dares not update to any of the PhysX 2.8.3 drivers (9.09.1112 and higher) as it drops support for the PPU altogether.

#7
Posted 10/23/2010 09:31 PM   
[quote name='DON3k' post='1102455' date='Aug 11 2010, 06:17 AM']You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.[/quote]

Indeed, this is true. My brother owns an Ageia PhysX card on window 7, but he dares not update to any of the PhysX 2.8.3 drivers (9.09.1112 and higher) as it drops support for the PPU altogether.
[quote name='DON3k' post='1102455' date='Aug 11 2010, 06:17 AM']You can install the PhysX drivers in Windows 7, however, the Ageia card is not supported past PhysX 809. Installing any newer PhysX will cause your PhysX to be handled by the CPU. There's really no way around this, since most newer PhysX titles will automatically install, and require, a newer version of PhysX. I had to pull my old PhysX card and get an nVidia GPU for PhysX.



Indeed, this is true. My brother owns an Ageia PhysX card on window 7, but he dares not update to any of the PhysX 2.8.3 drivers (9.09.1112 and higher) as it drops support for the PPU altogether.

#8
Posted 10/23/2010 09:31 PM   
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