"KickinChicken" <KickinChicken@home.soon> wrote in message
> What issues are nVidia drivers having? I have no problem with my nVidia
> drivers. and I use SLI.
> "Michael Solomon" <user@#notme.com> wrote in message
>> "Robert James" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> How can I get graphic drivers for vista Intel 845 GVAD2 mother board?
>>> Intel I think is not going to offer any drivers for vista for this
>>> mother board.
>>> I really cantgo for a new pc right now.
>>> Is there a way around.
>> Another possibility I overlooked is you could get a third party graphics
>> card that has Vista compatible drivers. Since nVidia seems to still be
>> having quite a bit of trouble with their drivers, you might want to check
>> out ATI cards that might be in your price range, check various online
>> retailers, do a Google search. Once you find a suitable card, check the
>> ATI site to be sure there are Vista compatible drivers for the card.
>> Michael Solomon
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I can't say whether or not your experience is typical since people who post
in these newsgroups do so because they have problems. nVidia drivers, by an
large, since Vista release have caused a number of user issue, sometimes it
was system instability, crashing when viewing various graphics or webpages
and, in some cases, problems getting Vista to install without first removing
the card. The issues are numerous and have been all over this group and the
hardware and setup groups.
While these may not be typical, their numbers far greater that what we've
seen with regard to ATI. That doesn't mean there haven't been any ATI
issues but they have been far fewer than what we've seen with nVidia.
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