The reason it was going so slow, was probably because it was built in to the
motherboard, and shared your system RAM. Not only does that slow it down,
but it also steals your precious RAM!
Right now, NVIDIA is working on new drivers, so they should mature soon.
ATI's drivers work great (for most people, anyway), so if you need an
immediate solution, any of their newer generation cards will work great.
"VistaGuineaPig" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a NVIDIA 6150LE married to a new HP a1730 that came preloaded with
>Vista Premium. This evening I returned a NVIDIA 7600GS 512 due to driver
> Can anyone recommened a 512M card that works with Vista? What am I looking
> for? Vista Certified on the box? The 7600GS said Vista Ready UPGRADE, well
> 3 drivers later including the most recent 100.64 didnt do anything but
> make things worst.
> I want to be around $200 - $250 tops. No need for gaming just mainly RAW
> image editing. The 512 worked amazing to thumbnail up a huge fold of NEF's
> as compared to the 6150LE shared memory.