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MixedFeelings said:Was going to send rwo crash dumps but I got this back:
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P3NNy said:Manuel excuse me: You want us to buy new drivers just because you guys do not know how to fix whatever it was you did wrong on our old drivers?
Why would we want to support Nvidia if NOBODY ever posted a fix for our problems?
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