Official WHQL NVIDIA 296.10 Display Driver Feedback Thread For NVIDIA Geforce Desktop/Notebook/ION G
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This is the second WHQL-certified driver from the R295 family of drivers. It is the recommended upgrade for all GeForce users, especially those playing the latest hot PC games like Battlefield 3, Diablo III, Mass Effect 3, or The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. These drivers includes the same performance enhancements as our previous R295.73 drivers while also addressing several of the reported driver bugs submitted by our customers in our previous [url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=223426"]R295.73 driver release[/url].

http://www.geforce.com/News/articles/nvidia-begins-regular-windows-8-driver-updates

[u][b]Release Notes:[/b][/u]
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/296.10/296.10-Win7-WinVista-Desktop-Release-Notes.pdf

[u][b]NVIDIA Control Panel Users Guide:[/b][/u]
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/296.10/296.10-NVIDIA-Control-Panel-Quick-Start-Guide.pdf

[size="4"][b]Driver Feedback: [/b]If providing feedback on these drivers, please pay attention to the info we require at the bottom of this post. If you do not include this information, it may push the priority of your issue down or may make it impossible for us to reproduce your issue. [/size]

[b]You may download the appropriate driver for your NVIDIA GPU by choosing the type and operating system from the links below. [/b]

[u][b]For Desktop/ION GPUs[/b][/u]

[b]Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit:[/b]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-32bit-296.10-whql-driver.html

[b]Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit:[/b]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-64bit-296.10-whql-driver.html

[b]Windows XP:[/b]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-296.10-whql-driver.html

[b]Windows XP 64-bit:[/b]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp64-296.10-whql-driver.html

[u][b]Geforce Notebook/Optimus GPUs[/b][/u]

[b]Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit:[/b]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-296.10-whql-driver.html

[b]Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit:[/b]
http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-296.10-whql-driver.html

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[u][b]Providing Driver Feedback:[/b][/u]

Please provide feedback on these drivers here so that I may compile the information and pass it along to our software team. When you reply to this thread with your feedback, please include the following as best you can to help us reproduce the issue you are experiencing. Below I have broken down the information which will help us best to reproduce your issue based on the type of issue you are experiencing. I know it seems like we are asking for a lot of information but the more information we have, the easier it will be for us to reproduce your issue. Of course if have trouble providing some of the information below, that is fine. If you can add your system information to your profile's signature, that would also be of tremendous help as users will sometimes confirm a bug affects their system as well but do not provide any system information to assist us in reproducing an issue. Thank you for your time.

[b][u]Driver fails to install/complete errors:[/u][/b]
If the NVIDIA display driver installer fails to install because of some type of install error, please provide the following information:
1) Desktop/notebook make or model (if you have a custom PC, simply note Custom PC and provide your motherboard make and model)
2) Please indicated the previous driver version you were using
3) How was the driver installed?
-Express Installation
-Custom Installation
-Custom Installation with option Perform Clean Install selected
4) Is Microsoft UAC enabled/disabled?
5) Have you used any registry cleaner/optimizer/security tool since the last successful NVIDIA driver installation?
6) Are you using any anti-virus program? If so, which one?
7) Which driver version were you updating from?
8) If you can, please follow the instructions below to provide us with your installation logs:

-Open a Command Prompt window.
-Navigate in the Command Prompt window to the folder where the NVIDIA display driver files were extracted to. For Windows 7 x64 for example, it would be:

C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\295.73\Vista 64-bit\English

-Run the following command:

setup.exe -log:"C:\NVlog" -loglevel:6

-We will need the file generated by the setup installer in the c:\nvlog directory. Also, please send us the setupapi log from here:

C:\Windows\INF\Setupapi.*.log

8) Last but not least, we could also use a Process Monitor log. To do this, download the following utility and unzip it:
http://technet.micro...ernals/bb896645

Open the program and then choose "Save". The saved file will also help us isolate the cause of your installation issue.

Please note, the above does not include installation errors because the driver does not support your product. If you have a notebook which is not supported by this driver and you would like to request that it be added to a future driver, skip down below to the Notebook Display Driver Request section.

[u][b]Stuttering/Poor application/game performance:[/b][/u]

1)Title of game and version
2) Is this game a disc install, Steam, D2D, GOG, etc.?
3) What version of the game are you running?
4) PC/Laptop make and model (if you are running custom PC, please state Custom PC and provide your motherboard make and model)
5) Please provide custom in game or in the NVIDIA Control Panel 3d settings used with game (for example what screen resolution are you running, what quality settings in game do you have the game running at, etc.)
6) Operating system
7) Power supply make and model
8) Amount of system memory installed
9) Did this problem occur with a previous driver? If not, please indicate last known working driver
10) Is 3D Vision enabled in the NVIDIA Control Panel? Is 3d stereo enabled in game? If yes to either of these, do you get the same problem if 3D Vision is completely disabled in the NVIDIA Control Panel?
11) If necessary, please provide description of how to reproduce stuttering (ie if you need to navigate to a special section in the game or play for a specific amount of time before the problem starts to occur)
12) What is your graphics card make and model? Is it factory overclocked? If factory overclocked, does turning down the clock settings resolve your issue?
13) Are you running an SLI system? If so, does the problem go away if you disable SLI?
14) Are you running more than one display?
15) Sound card make and model (if you are using onboard sound card, you can just state onboard sound card)
16) Does this reproduce with other games/applications or just one particular game/application
17) If this is a game, please provide FRAPS logs if possible showing the stuttering/low performance:
http://www.fraps.com/
18) If your game is a multiplayer online game suffering from performance issue, please verify the same issue occurs in single player mode

[u][b]Graphic Corruption/Missing Graphics:[/b][/u]

1)Title of game and version
2) Is this game a disc install, Steam, D2D, GOG, etc.?
3) What version of the game are you running?
4) PC/Laptop make and model (if you are running custom PC, please state Custom PC and provide your motherboard make and model)
5) Please provide custom in game or in the NVIDIA Control Panel 3d settings used with game (for example what screen resolution are you running, what quality settings in game do you have the game running at, etc.)
6) Operating system
7) Did this problem occur with a previous driver? If not, please indicate last known working driver. Also, if you are able to, please try reverting back to the previous driver and see if the problem goes away.
8) What is your graphics card make and model? Is it factory overclocked? If factory overclocked, does turning down the clock settings resolve your issue?
9) Are you running an SLI system? If so, does the problem go away if you disable SLI?
10) Does this reproduce with other games/applications or just one particular game/application
11) If possible, please provide screenshots or a Youtube video showing the graphic corruptions you are seeing.

[u][b]Monitor/HDTV connectivity/detection issues:[/b][/u]

1) Display make and model (if you know the firmware version, please provide this as well)
2) How is display connected (HDMI, DVI, VGA, etc.)
3) If you are using an adapter in between the display and graphics card, please state the type of adapter (ie DisplayPort to HDMI, DVI to VGA, etc.)
4) Have you tested the other ports on your graphics card?
5) Is this problem specific to this driver or did it occur with previous drivers?
6) Approximately how long of a cable are you using (does not need to be exact)
7) Graphics card make and model
8) Graphics card video BIOS version
9) If possible, please provide a log file by using the built in Windos displaydiag.exe utility. More than likely you will only be able to do so if you have another monitor you can attach to your PC so that you can see your Windows desktop. Make sure the problematic display is also attached. You will find this utility at:

c:\windows\system32\displaydiag.exe

Once you run the file, it will create a new log file right underneath the file displaydiag.exe. Please provide this log file.

[u][b]Miscellaneous Graphics Card Issues:[/b][/u]

1)Step by step instructions if necessary on how to reproduce problem?
2) How long does it take for the problem to appear?
3) Does this problem occur with previous drivers (if not, which driver version were you previously using)?
4) Desktop/Notebook make and model(If custom, please state "Custom PC" and provide the motherboard make and model):
5) Graphics Cards/Processors used in your Desktop:
6) Amount of system memory installed:
7) Operating System:

[u][b]Notebook Display Driver Request:[/b][/u]

If you are reporting that your notebook GPU is not supported by this driver release, please provide the following info:

1) Make and model of notebook
2) NVIDIA GPU model
3) Device ID of GPU. To get the Device ID of your GPU, please do the following:
-Open your Windows Device Manager
-Double-click on the "Display Adapters" icon
-Right-click over the icon for your NVIDIA GPU
-Select "Properties"
-From the Properties window, select the "Details" tab
-From the drop down "Property" box, select "Hardware Ids"
-Copy the first line shown and paste it into your report. It would look something like this:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A2B&SUBSYS_9072104D&REV_A2
This is the second WHQL-certified driver from the R295 family of drivers. It is the recommended upgrade for all GeForce users, especially those playing the latest hot PC games like Battlefield 3, Diablo III, Mass Effect 3, or The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. These drivers includes the same performance enhancements as our previous R295.73 drivers while also addressing several of the reported driver bugs submitted by our customers in our previous R295.73 driver release.



http://www.geforce.com/News/articles/nvidia-begins-regular-windows-8-driver-updates



Release Notes:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/296.10/296.10-Win7-WinVista-Desktop-Release-Notes.pdf



NVIDIA Control Panel Users Guide:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/296.10/296.10-NVIDIA-Control-Panel-Quick-Start-Guide.pdf



Driver Feedback: If providing feedback on these drivers, please pay attention to the info we require at the bottom of this post. If you do not include this information, it may push the priority of your issue down or may make it impossible for us to reproduce your issue.



You may download the appropriate driver for your NVIDIA GPU by choosing the type and operating system from the links below.



For Desktop/ION GPUs



Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-32bit-296.10-whql-driver.html



Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-64bit-296.10-whql-driver.html



Windows XP:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-296.10-whql-driver.html



Windows XP 64-bit:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp64-296.10-whql-driver.html



Geforce Notebook/Optimus GPUs



Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-296.10-whql-driver.html



Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-296.10-whql-driver.html



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Providing Driver Feedback:



Please provide feedback on these drivers here so that I may compile the information and pass it along to our software team. When you reply to this thread with your feedback, please include the following as best you can to help us reproduce the issue you are experiencing. Below I have broken down the information which will help us best to reproduce your issue based on the type of issue you are experiencing. I know it seems like we are asking for a lot of information but the more information we have, the easier it will be for us to reproduce your issue. Of course if have trouble providing some of the information below, that is fine. If you can add your system information to your profile's signature, that would also be of tremendous help as users will sometimes confirm a bug affects their system as well but do not provide any system information to assist us in reproducing an issue. Thank you for your time.



Driver fails to install/complete errors:

If the NVIDIA display driver installer fails to install because of some type of install error, please provide the following information:

1) Desktop/notebook make or model (if you have a custom PC, simply note Custom PC and provide your motherboard make and model)

2) Please indicated the previous driver version you were using

3) How was the driver installed?

-Express Installation

-Custom Installation

-Custom Installation with option Perform Clean Install selected

4) Is Microsoft UAC enabled/disabled?

5) Have you used any registry cleaner/optimizer/security tool since the last successful NVIDIA driver installation?

6) Are you using any anti-virus program? If so, which one?

7) Which driver version were you updating from?

8) If you can, please follow the instructions below to provide us with your installation logs:



-Open a Command Prompt window.

-Navigate in the Command Prompt window to the folder where the NVIDIA display driver files were extracted to. For Windows 7 x64 for example, it would be:



C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\295.73\Vista 64-bit\English



-Run the following command:



setup.exe -log:"C:\NVlog" -loglevel:6



-We will need the file generated by the setup installer in the c:\nvlog directory. Also, please send us the setupapi log from here:



C:\Windows\INF\Setupapi.*.log



8) Last but not least, we could also use a Process Monitor log. To do this, download the following utility and unzip it:

http://technet.micro...ernals/bb896645



Open the program and then choose "Save". The saved file will also help us isolate the cause of your installation issue.



Please note, the above does not include installation errors because the driver does not support your product. If you have a notebook which is not supported by this driver and you would like to request that it be added to a future driver, skip down below to the Notebook Display Driver Request section.



Stuttering/Poor application/game performance:



1)Title of game and version

2) Is this game a disc install, Steam, D2D, GOG, etc.?

3) What version of the game are you running?

4) PC/Laptop make and model (if you are running custom PC, please state Custom PC and provide your motherboard make and model)

5) Please provide custom in game or in the NVIDIA Control Panel 3d settings used with game (for example what screen resolution are you running, what quality settings in game do you have the game running at, etc.)

6) Operating system

7) Power supply make and model

8) Amount of system memory installed

9) Did this problem occur with a previous driver? If not, please indicate last known working driver

10) Is 3D Vision enabled in the NVIDIA Control Panel? Is 3d stereo enabled in game? If yes to either of these, do you get the same problem if 3D Vision is completely disabled in the NVIDIA Control Panel?

11) If necessary, please provide description of how to reproduce stuttering (ie if you need to navigate to a special section in the game or play for a specific amount of time before the problem starts to occur)

12) What is your graphics card make and model? Is it factory overclocked? If factory overclocked, does turning down the clock settings resolve your issue?

13) Are you running an SLI system? If so, does the problem go away if you disable SLI?

14) Are you running more than one display?

15) Sound card make and model (if you are using onboard sound card, you can just state onboard sound card)

16) Does this reproduce with other games/applications or just one particular game/application

17) If this is a game, please provide FRAPS logs if possible showing the stuttering/low performance:

http://www.fraps.com/

18) If your game is a multiplayer online game suffering from performance issue, please verify the same issue occurs in single player mode



Graphic Corruption/Missing Graphics:



1)Title of game and version

2) Is this game a disc install, Steam, D2D, GOG, etc.?

3) What version of the game are you running?

4) PC/Laptop make and model (if you are running custom PC, please state Custom PC and provide your motherboard make and model)

5) Please provide custom in game or in the NVIDIA Control Panel 3d settings used with game (for example what screen resolution are you running, what quality settings in game do you have the game running at, etc.)

6) Operating system

7) Did this problem occur with a previous driver? If not, please indicate last known working driver. Also, if you are able to, please try reverting back to the previous driver and see if the problem goes away.

8) What is your graphics card make and model? Is it factory overclocked? If factory overclocked, does turning down the clock settings resolve your issue?

9) Are you running an SLI system? If so, does the problem go away if you disable SLI?

10) Does this reproduce with other games/applications or just one particular game/application

11) If possible, please provide screenshots or a Youtube video showing the graphic corruptions you are seeing.



Monitor/HDTV connectivity/detection issues:



1) Display make and model (if you know the firmware version, please provide this as well)

2) How is display connected (HDMI, DVI, VGA, etc.)

3) If you are using an adapter in between the display and graphics card, please state the type of adapter (ie DisplayPort to HDMI, DVI to VGA, etc.)

4) Have you tested the other ports on your graphics card?

5) Is this problem specific to this driver or did it occur with previous drivers?

6) Approximately how long of a cable are you using (does not need to be exact)

7) Graphics card make and model

8) Graphics card video BIOS version

9) If possible, please provide a log file by using the built in Windos displaydiag.exe utility. More than likely you will only be able to do so if you have another monitor you can attach to your PC so that you can see your Windows desktop. Make sure the problematic display is also attached. You will find this utility at:



c:\windows\system32\displaydiag.exe



Once you run the file, it will create a new log file right underneath the file displaydiag.exe. Please provide this log file.



Miscellaneous Graphics Card Issues:



1)Step by step instructions if necessary on how to reproduce problem?

2) How long does it take for the problem to appear?

3) Does this problem occur with previous drivers (if not, which driver version were you previously using)?

4) Desktop/Notebook make and model(If custom, please state "Custom PC" and provide the motherboard make and model):

5) Graphics Cards/Processors used in your Desktop:

6) Amount of system memory installed:

7) Operating System:



Notebook Display Driver Request:



If you are reporting that your notebook GPU is not supported by this driver release, please provide the following info:



1) Make and model of notebook

2) NVIDIA GPU model

3) Device ID of GPU. To get the Device ID of your GPU, please do the following:

-Open your Windows Device Manager

-Double-click on the "Display Adapters" icon

-Right-click over the icon for your NVIDIA GPU

-Select "Properties"

-From the Properties window, select the "Details" tab

-From the drop down "Property" box, select "Hardware Ids"

-Copy the first line shown and paste it into your report. It would look something like this:



PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A2B&SUBSYS_9072104D&REV_A2

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#1
Posted 03/13/2012 03:22 PM   
Any bf3 changes? see nothing in the log
Any bf3 changes? see nothing in the log

i7 930 stock, gtx 580, gigabyte x58a-ud3r mobo, 6gb 1600 adata ram, 1k wat kingwin modular psu,ath-ad700, dt770 250ohm headphones, WASD mech keyboard (Brown switches), CM storm spawn mouse

#2
Posted 03/13/2012 03:27 PM   
So far BF3 seems excellent with these drivers.
So far BF3 seems excellent with these drivers.

#3
Posted 03/13/2012 03:30 PM   
[quote name='Infinity7' date='13 March 2012 - 03:15 PM' timestamp='1331648128' post='1382137']
I like the way you did your system specs at the bottom of your post, Erwin05. I wish everybody did that sort of thing.
[/quote]


Thanks.
[quote name='Infinity7' date='13 March 2012 - 03:15 PM' timestamp='1331648128' post='1382137']

I like the way you did your system specs at the bottom of your post, Erwin05. I wish everybody did that sort of thing.







Thanks.

#4
Posted 03/13/2012 03:37 PM   
[quote name='randyzie' date='13 March 2012 - 08:27 AM' timestamp='1331652423' post='1382180']
Any bf3 changes? see nothing in the log
[/quote]

Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.
[quote name='randyzie' date='13 March 2012 - 08:27 AM' timestamp='1331652423' post='1382180']

Any bf3 changes? see nothing in the log





Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#5
Posted 03/13/2012 03:38 PM   
Black screen in the installation process.This problem has been continuous in three versions...295 series drivers are rubbish!!!
Black screen in the installation process.This problem has been continuous in three versions...295 series drivers are rubbish!!!

#6
Posted 03/13/2012 03:38 PM   
[quote name='Erwin05' date='13 March 2012 - 07:37 AM' timestamp='1331653040' post='1382189']
Thanks.
[/quote]

Actually I didn't mean the very last part about testing the drivers, just the rest of it before that.
[quote name='Erwin05' date='13 March 2012 - 07:37 AM' timestamp='1331653040' post='1382189']

Thanks.





Actually I didn't mean the very last part about testing the drivers, just the rest of it before that.

EVGA GTX 780, Haswell 4770K cpu@3.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard, 250 GB SSD drive, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Samsung 46" LED 1080p TV @60Hz, Soundblaster Z PCI-e.

#7
Posted 03/13/2012 03:39 PM   
Was the sli issue fixed on a cold boot/restart? You know where the drivers just suddenly vanish.

[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 07:38 AM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']
Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.
[/quote]
Was the sli issue fixed on a cold boot/restart? You know where the drivers just suddenly vanish.



[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 07:38 AM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']

Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.

#8
Posted 03/13/2012 03:42 PM   
[quote name='renweikg' date='13 March 2012 - 08:38 AM' timestamp='1331653139' post='1382191']
Black screen in the installation process.This problem has been continuous in three versions...295 series drivers are rubbish!!!
[/quote]

The fix will be in the next driver release.
[quote name='renweikg' date='13 March 2012 - 08:38 AM' timestamp='1331653139' post='1382191']

Black screen in the installation process.This problem has been continuous in three versions...295 series drivers are rubbish!!!





The fix will be in the next driver release.

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#9
Posted 03/13/2012 03:43 PM   
[quote name='FattysGoneWild' date='13 March 2012 - 08:42 AM' timestamp='1331653367' post='1382194']
Was the sli issue fixed on a cold boot/restart? You know where the drivers just suddenly vanish.
[/quote]

Yes.
[quote name='FattysGoneWild' date='13 March 2012 - 08:42 AM' timestamp='1331653367' post='1382194']

Was the sli issue fixed on a cold boot/restart? You know where the drivers just suddenly vanish.





Yes.

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#10
Posted 03/13/2012 03:45 PM   
[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 04:38 PM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']
Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.
[/quote]

Reported???? u still dont test ur own product before bringing it out.
[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 04:38 PM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']

Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.





Reported???? u still dont test ur own product before bringing it out.

#11
Posted 03/13/2012 03:45 PM   
with 296.10 for the first time ever it said PhysX installation failed.
with 296.10 for the first time ever it said PhysX installation failed.

#12
Posted 03/13/2012 03:45 PM   
[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 10:38 AM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']
Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.
[/quote]
That's what I figured, keep up the good work! Past few drivers have been amazing for me in terms of stability, now to see performance increases :D
[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 10:38 AM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']

Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.



That's what I figured, keep up the good work! Past few drivers have been amazing for me in terms of stability, now to see performance increases :D

i7 930 stock, gtx 580, gigabyte x58a-ud3r mobo, 6gb 1600 adata ram, 1k wat kingwin modular psu,ath-ad700, dt770 250ohm headphones, WASD mech keyboard (Brown switches), CM storm spawn mouse

#13
Posted 03/13/2012 03:47 PM   
[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 04:38 PM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']
Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.
[/quote]

And when can we expect this new driver in 2 weeks or 4 weeks???
[quote name='ManuelG' date='13 March 2012 - 04:38 PM' timestamp='1331653138' post='1382190']

Our next driver will contain some changes for BF3. This driver is mainly a patch driver designed to address several of the bugs reported in our last driver.





And when can we expect this new driver in 2 weeks or 4 weeks???

#14
Posted 03/13/2012 03:53 PM   
Is displayport working now for the Samsung 27" 120Hz monitor? It did not work in the previous driver.
Is displayport working now for the Samsung 27" 120Hz monitor? It did not work in the previous driver.

#15
Posted 03/13/2012 03:56 PM   
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