GT330M with Dell Vostro 3700
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Hey guys i have a Dell Vostro 3700 with GT330M and Intel HD graphics.. both at Version 8.16.11.8999

I was trying to look for updates but to no avail. Can anyone tell me which drivers do i need to update it?
Hey guys i have a Dell Vostro 3700 with GT330M and Intel HD graphics.. both at Version 8.16.11.8999



I was trying to look for updates but to no avail. Can anyone tell me which drivers do i need to update it?

#1
Posted 01/19/2011 09:44 AM   
I have a Dell Vostro 3500 i5-520m with GeForce 310m and Intel HD graphics (Hybrid Power)
The only one driver that works is from Dell.
I have a Dell Vostro 3500 i5-520m with GeForce 310m and Intel HD graphics (Hybrid Power)

The only one driver that works is from Dell.

#2
Posted 01/24/2011 04:10 PM   
Sorry, but I have a Vostro 3500 using Nvidia 310M GS Hybrid... and all drivers doesn't work indeed from Dell site. I've been looking for a driver that works and nothing found. Sometimes works, sometimes crash (Nvidia disappear from Hardware Manager - Windows 7 x64). Does Nvidia read this forum? For a long time a lot of people has the same problem posting here and no solution! /angry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':angry:' />
Sorry, but I have a Vostro 3500 using Nvidia 310M GS Hybrid... and all drivers doesn't work indeed from Dell site. I've been looking for a driver that works and nothing found. Sometimes works, sometimes crash (Nvidia disappear from Hardware Manager - Windows 7 x64). Does Nvidia read this forum? For a long time a lot of people has the same problem posting here and no solution! /angry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':angry:' />

#3
Posted 01/25/2011 12:51 AM   
Need more specific info before I can post any solutions or drivers for you guys.

I need to know what Operating System you're running (Windows 7 64 or 32) and such.

For Marianne: http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-266.58-whql-driver.html ~ 266.58 drivers should work perfectly for you.
Need more specific info before I can post any solutions or drivers for you guys.



I need to know what Operating System you're running (Windows 7 64 or 32) and such.



For Marianne: http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-266.58-whql-driver.html ~ 266.58 drivers should work perfectly for you.



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#4
Posted 01/25/2011 02:39 PM   
I have a Dell Vostro 3700 as above, ( windows 7 ,core i5 560m , GT330M - Intel HD (hybrid) , 4gb ram) i've tried installing the 266.58 whql drivers (as the driver scanner suggested) but it comes up with an error- You must install intel(r) drivers first. Tried updating intel drivers but without success. I really need to find an updated set of drivers for my laptop to determine whether the drivers are the cause of my screen issues.
I have a Dell Vostro 3700 as above, ( windows 7 ,core i5 560m , GT330M - Intel HD (hybrid) , 4gb ram) i've tried installing the 266.58 whql drivers (as the driver scanner suggested) but it comes up with an error- You must install intel(r) drivers first. Tried updating intel drivers but without success. I really need to find an updated set of drivers for my laptop to determine whether the drivers are the cause of my screen issues.

#5
Posted 01/30/2011 11:34 PM   
[quote name='joe123' date='30 January 2011 - 11:34 PM' timestamp='1296430478' post='1186273']
I have a Dell Vostro 3700 as above, ( windows 7 ,core i5 560m , GT330M - Intel HD (hybrid) , 4gb ram) i've tried installing the 266.58 whql drivers (as the driver scanner suggested) but it comes up with an error- You must install intel(r) drivers first. Tried updating intel drivers but without success. I really need to find an updated set of drivers for my laptop to determine whether the drivers are the cause of my screen issues.
[/quote]

HI, I've the same problem of jhonmathew and tried the same ways with the same result:nothing! For joe123, I think (but I don't remember well as I installed w7 some months ago) that you have to change the ID string in the .inf file, as for installing on xp.
[quote name='joe123' date='30 January 2011 - 11:34 PM' timestamp='1296430478' post='1186273']

I have a Dell Vostro 3700 as above, ( windows 7 ,core i5 560m , GT330M - Intel HD (hybrid) , 4gb ram) i've tried installing the 266.58 whql drivers (as the driver scanner suggested) but it comes up with an error- You must install intel(r) drivers first. Tried updating intel drivers but without success. I really need to find an updated set of drivers for my laptop to determine whether the drivers are the cause of my screen issues.





HI, I've the same problem of jhonmathew and tried the same ways with the same result:nothing! For joe123, I think (but I don't remember well as I installed w7 some months ago) that you have to change the ID string in the .inf file, as for installing on xp.

#6
Posted 02/09/2011 05:38 PM   
[quote name='pupillo' date='09 February 2011 - 05:38 PM' timestamp='1297273103' post='1191262']
HI, I've the same problem of jhonmathew and tried the same ways with the same result:nothing! For joe123, I think (but I don't remember well as I installed w7 some months ago) that you have to change the ID string in the .inf file, as for installing on xp.
[/quote]

Dell told me that they this issue depends on Nvidia and that they don't know if Nvidia is going to fix the problem as Windows Xp is going to be not supported but, for the time being I say, I bought vostro 3700 because it has got xp drivers!!!
[quote name='pupillo' date='09 February 2011 - 05:38 PM' timestamp='1297273103' post='1191262']

HI, I've the same problem of jhonmathew and tried the same ways with the same result:nothing! For joe123, I think (but I don't remember well as I installed w7 some months ago) that you have to change the ID string in the .inf file, as for installing on xp.





Dell told me that they this issue depends on Nvidia and that they don't know if Nvidia is going to fix the problem as Windows Xp is going to be not supported but, for the time being I say, I bought vostro 3700 because it has got xp drivers!!!

#7
Posted 02/09/2011 07:20 PM   
Hi...
This release not work for me: 267.76 notebook win7 64bit.
I have a Dell Vostro 3500 - Win 7 Pro SP1 64bits - Nvidia 310m HybridPower (with Intel HD graphics)

Why nVidia does not support HYBRIDPOWER graphics? my notebook has 300 days only. And I not have support anymore?

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!
Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!
Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!
Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!
Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!
Hi...

This release not work for me: 267.76 notebook win7 64bit.

I have a Dell Vostro 3500 - Win 7 Pro SP1 64bits - Nvidia 310m HybridPower (with Intel HD graphics)



Why nVidia does not support HYBRIDPOWER graphics? my notebook has 300 days only. And I not have support anymore?



Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!



Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!



Please, make a driver for nvidia hybridpower users!!!!!!

#8
Posted 04/12/2011 01:11 PM   
I had the same problem with installing Nvidia drivers on my Dell Vostro 3700. I finally was able to do it however by tricking the latest Nvidia Beta installer and now I can even play RAGE without problems (though something odd is going on with the audio for the game but I'll play with that more later).

Anyway heres what I did (I MAKE NO GUARANTEE THIS WILL WORK FOR YOU!)

1. Downloaded the latest Nvidia Beta drivers - I got these ones, "285.38-notebook-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta", and extracted them out of the installer using WinRar.
2. I opened the "Display.Driver" folder, and looked at the .inf files in there with a text editor (I used notepad++ so I can search inside multiple files and have line numbers).
3. I noticed all the 330M drivers listed in ListDevices.txt. They have a few listed but the part I noticed was this, "DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028" (various ones with the "DEV_0A29" being the 330M card and "SUBSYS_04421028" seeming to correspond to the version of card (not sure exactly).
4. I checked in device manager and opened the driver properties for my Nvidia display adapter. Under the "Details" tab, under the "Hardware Ids" drop-down I saw a similar code, "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028&REV_A2". I searched all Nvidia driver .inf files and did not see my specific version listed. So I edited it in there myself.
5. There were two files I needed to edit, ListDevices.txt and nvdm.inf
6. In the ListDevices.txt this is what I changed:
FROM:
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M"
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

TO (first line is my card info):
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M"
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "
DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

7. In the nvdm.inf this is what I changed (I'm sure if you search in the file you'll find where these go):
**Part 1**
FROM:
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section031, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028

TO (first line is my card info):
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section031, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section031, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.06% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028

**Part 2**
FROM:
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028

TO (first line is my card info):
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028
%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.06% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028

8. Now after saving those changes I ran the "setup" executable and told it to do a "clean" install. It installed the drivers, rebooted, detected drivers and rebooted again. HOWEVER it had installed the default drivers again. SO now in device manager I said "Update driver" and "Browse my computer" and then "pick from a list" and low and behold it showed me drivers from 2011 in the few options it showed me. I selected those, rebooted and voila I had the Nvidia drivers with the Nvidia control panel.

This seems like a lot of work to get them working but really I don't know why they were not included with the Nvidia release of the drivers anyway. I hope this helps others (sorry its not a simple step by step but hope it makes sense).

Good Luck Everyone!!!!!

P.S. It looks like the board post removes some of the formatting for the code I changed in the files so make sure to look at whats there and follow the same patterns (I.E. in step 6 each driver down had an extra space before the ending " mark and all were tabbed over).
I had the same problem with installing Nvidia drivers on my Dell Vostro 3700. I finally was able to do it however by tricking the latest Nvidia Beta installer and now I can even play RAGE without problems (though something odd is going on with the audio for the game but I'll play with that more later).



Anyway heres what I did (I MAKE NO GUARANTEE THIS WILL WORK FOR YOU!)



1. Downloaded the latest Nvidia Beta drivers - I got these ones, "285.38-notebook-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta", and extracted them out of the installer using WinRar.

2. I opened the "Display.Driver" folder, and looked at the .inf files in there with a text editor (I used notepad++ so I can search inside multiple files and have line numbers).

3. I noticed all the 330M drivers listed in ListDevices.txt. They have a few listed but the part I noticed was this, "DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028" (various ones with the "DEV_0A29" being the 330M card and "SUBSYS_04421028" seeming to correspond to the version of card (not sure exactly).

4. I checked in device manager and opened the driver properties for my Nvidia display adapter. Under the "Details" tab, under the "Hardware Ids" drop-down I saw a similar code, "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028&REV_A2". I searched all Nvidia driver .inf files and did not see my specific version listed. So I edited it in there myself.

5. There were two files I needed to edit, ListDevices.txt and nvdm.inf

6. In the ListDevices.txt this is what I changed:

FROM:

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M"

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "



TO (first line is my card info):

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M"

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "

DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028 "NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M "



7. In the nvdm.inf this is what I changed (I'm sure if you search in the file you'll find where these go):

**Part 1**

FROM:

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section031, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028



TO (first line is my card info):

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section031, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section031, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section033, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.06% = Section007, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028



**Part 2**

FROM:

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028



TO (first line is my card info):

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.01% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_044F1028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.02% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04421028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.03% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04671028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.04% = Section034, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_04681028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.05% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046D1028

%NVIDIA_DEV.0A29.06% = Section008, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A29&SUBSYS_046E1028



8. Now after saving those changes I ran the "setup" executable and told it to do a "clean" install. It installed the drivers, rebooted, detected drivers and rebooted again. HOWEVER it had installed the default drivers again. SO now in device manager I said "Update driver" and "Browse my computer" and then "pick from a list" and low and behold it showed me drivers from 2011 in the few options it showed me. I selected those, rebooted and voila I had the Nvidia drivers with the Nvidia control panel.



This seems like a lot of work to get them working but really I don't know why they were not included with the Nvidia release of the drivers anyway. I hope this helps others (sorry its not a simple step by step but hope it makes sense).



Good Luck Everyone!!!!!



P.S. It looks like the board post removes some of the formatting for the code I changed in the files so make sure to look at whats there and follow the same patterns (I.E. in step 6 each driver down had an extra space before the ending " mark and all were tabbed over).

#9
Posted 10/07/2011 05:01 AM   
[quote name='scific' date='07 October 2011 - 12:01 AM' timestamp='1317963685' post='1304565']
I had the same problem with installing Nvidia drivers on my Dell Vostro 3700. I finally was able to do it however by tricking the latest Nvidia Beta installer and now I can even play RAGE without problems (though something odd is going on with the audio for the game but I'll play with that more later).

Anyway heres what I did (I MAKE NO GUARANTEE THIS WILL WORK FOR YOU!).........

[/quote]

Scific thank you for the solution, now my vostro 3700 is running the newest drivers from nvidia, if someone wants to follow these steps go on, only if you have a 310m or similar change the software id from the instrutions avobe to yours, remember that nothing is impossibe and maybe this could works with any other laptop with this hybrid cards :)
Again thank you Scific, and have fun! :D
(I installed the lastest 285.62 drivers)
[quote name='scific' date='07 October 2011 - 12:01 AM' timestamp='1317963685' post='1304565']

I had the same problem with installing Nvidia drivers on my Dell Vostro 3700. I finally was able to do it however by tricking the latest Nvidia Beta installer and now I can even play RAGE without problems (though something odd is going on with the audio for the game but I'll play with that more later).



Anyway heres what I did (I MAKE NO GUARANTEE THIS WILL WORK FOR YOU!).........







Scific thank you for the solution, now my vostro 3700 is running the newest drivers from nvidia, if someone wants to follow these steps go on, only if you have a 310m or similar change the software id from the instrutions avobe to yours, remember that nothing is impossibe and maybe this could works with any other laptop with this hybrid cards :)

Again thank you Scific, and have fun! :D

(I installed the lastest 285.62 drivers)

#10
Posted 10/27/2011 01:16 PM   
Ok, actualization, after I restarted the vostro the graphics card wasn't recognized by windows, i had to uninstall 2011 drivers and install dell drivers again, maybe another solution for this drivers update??
Ok, actualization, after I restarted the vostro the graphics card wasn't recognized by windows, i had to uninstall 2011 drivers and install dell drivers again, maybe another solution for this drivers update??

#11
Posted 10/29/2011 04:39 AM   
[quote name='gerardojerry' date='28 October 2011 - 11:39 PM' timestamp='1319863153' post='1316572']
Ok, actualization, after I restarted the vostro the graphics card wasn't recognized by windows, i had to uninstall 2011 drivers and install dell drivers again, maybe another solution for this drivers update??
[/quote]

The problem is that when you unplug the power cable by defaut the video card switch to Intel and after you can't switch it back to Nvidia.
I figured out a solution to this problem:
1- Go in the device manager and disable the Intel video card. This will turn the screen in low resolution mode.
2- Go in regedit.exe and search for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\NVIDIA Corporation\Global\Hybrid\Current and change the value of Mode to 01,00,00,00,00,00,00,00
3- Restart windows.
4- In the device manager enable the intel and nvidia drivers before restarting again.
5- After the restart you should be on the nvidia and don't forget to change the power management option just to be sure that when you run on the battery it does not switch to Intel.

I hope this can help people with the same problem
[quote name='gerardojerry' date='28 October 2011 - 11:39 PM' timestamp='1319863153' post='1316572']

Ok, actualization, after I restarted the vostro the graphics card wasn't recognized by windows, i had to uninstall 2011 drivers and install dell drivers again, maybe another solution for this drivers update??





The problem is that when you unplug the power cable by defaut the video card switch to Intel and after you can't switch it back to Nvidia.

I figured out a solution to this problem:

1- Go in the device manager and disable the Intel video card. This will turn the screen in low resolution mode.

2- Go in regedit.exe and search for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\NVIDIA Corporation\Global\Hybrid\Current and change the value of Mode to 01,00,00,00,00,00,00,00

3- Restart windows.

4- In the device manager enable the intel and nvidia drivers before restarting again.

5- After the restart you should be on the nvidia and don't forget to change the power management option just to be sure that when you run on the battery it does not switch to Intel.



I hope this can help people with the same problem

#12
Posted 11/09/2011 06:27 PM   
Anyone succeded in modding drivers for Windows 64 bit? I have dell vostro 3700 with nVidia Ge Force GT 330m and intel hybrid power graphics so that means that i also have the same problem with drivers.
Anyone succeded in modding drivers for Windows 64 bit? I have dell vostro 3700 with nVidia Ge Force GT 330m and intel hybrid power graphics so that means that i also have the same problem with drivers.

#13
Posted 11/15/2011 04:05 PM   
[quote name='warwick49' date='15 November 2011 - 05:05 PM' timestamp='1321373103' post='1326983']
Anyone succeded in modding drivers for Windows 64 bit? I have dell vostro 3700 with nVidia Ge Force GT 330m and intel hybrid power graphics so that means that i also have the same problem with drivers.
[/quote]

Did you change the dvdm.inf file and listdevices.txt?
[quote name='warwick49' date='15 November 2011 - 05:05 PM' timestamp='1321373103' post='1326983']

Anyone succeded in modding drivers for Windows 64 bit? I have dell vostro 3700 with nVidia Ge Force GT 330m and intel hybrid power graphics so that means that i also have the same problem with drivers.





Did you change the dvdm.inf file and listdevices.txt?

#14
Posted 11/16/2011 07:55 AM   
Ok, i followed this instruction here, it works perfectly well with 64 bit driwers aswell.
Ok, i followed this instruction here, it works perfectly well with 64 bit driwers aswell.

#15
Posted 11/16/2011 04:10 PM   
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