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N'Vidia Detonator Drivers and XP



 
 
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Old March 29th 03, 04:03 PM
Andrew McDonald
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Default N'Vidia Detonator Drivers and XP

Perhaps the card is broken. Did it ever work or did this start when you added it?

Andrew

"Marcel Lefebvre" wrote in message
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Andrew,

My PS is a Channelwell 550 watts Dual Fans. No problem there. And I'm using
the 41.09 version of Detonator. It's still doing random re-boot even now
that I'm using the Microsoft version of NVidia drivers. The card is a
Chaintek 440 Special Edition.

Angelo


"Andrew McDonald" wrote
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Which version are you using currently? Perhaps the instability is caused

by your power supply, often
and overlooked part. What wattage is it? Big name brand?

"Marcel Lefebvre" wrote in message
.. .
I understand the new drivers from N'Vidia are not Microsoft approved
anymore. I use a Chaintech MX440 and detonator drivers. I get an unusual
number of reboots and shutdowns (blue screen of auto shutdown by the

system)
considering I have brand new CPU and Board. They often refer to display
DLLs. Otherwise, everything works flawlessly including the video. If I

use
the regular drivers from XP, I get even more problems.

Anyone running N'Vidia and detonators having the same problems? Would

the
new release 43.45 solve those issues?

Angelo



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