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    Nforce:

    *WARNING* Nvidia Messed up with the 2.41 SW IDE driver and quickly released 2.42 without this driver included. If you've downloaded 2.41 just install it WITHOUT the SW IDE package (or use WinXP rollback driver), 2.42 does that for you

    Version 2.41
    Release Date: May 19, 2003

    FTP (All OS)
    ftp://download.nvidia.com/windows/nforce/2.41/

    XP URL:
    http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=nforce_udp_winxp_2.41

    Release Notes

    WHQL certified kit for nForce and nForce2
    Includes support for nForce2 400 and nForce2 Ultra 400
    Added full IDE driver with performance enhancements (no longer shows as SCSI miniport driver)
    Update audio performance fixes for EAX supported games
    Update audio control panel
    Installation Notes

    Windows XP users must install Service Pack 1 prior to attempting to install this package. Failure to do so will result in the inability to support USB 2.0.
    Audio drivers will not install on the following nForce2 products: Chaintech 7NJS. Please use the drivers that come with these products to enable audio functionality.
    Driver Versions

    Audio driver 3.37
    Audio utilities 3.37
    Network driver 3.13 (WHQL)
    GART driver 3.34 (WHQL)
    SMBus driver 3.38 (WHQL)
    Memory controller driver 3.38 (WHQL)
    IDE driver 3.40 (WHQL) FAULTY DO NO INSTALL
    Display Drivers 43.51 (WHQL)

    Thanks to Paul_Londonlad
    From Adam Webb

  • #2
    ATI Video Cards: Driver Update (v3.4)
    For those with ATI Video Cards - ATI have released new drivers....

    Catalyst 3.4 Driver Suite

    http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html

    Thanks to Paul_Londonlad
    From Adam Webb

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    • #3
      Nvidia Geforce Drivers
      Version: 44.03
      Release Date: May 14, 2003
      WHQL Certified*

      http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp

      Release Highlights:

      Delivers an incredible 30% increase in performance over previous Detonator 40 drivers**

      The industries only true Unified Driver Architecture (UDA) – supports over five generations of NVIDIA GPUs - from TNT to GeForce FX -all in a single driver binary

      The industry’s best Microsoft® DirectX® 9 support
      Ultimate “The Way It’s Meant to be Played” experience
      nView™ 2.0 multi-display technology increases productivity and provides the necessary tools to control the way users access and view applications.

      NVRotate™ enabling image rotation on today’s advanced flat panel displays.

      NVKeystone™ allows for real-time image correction on portable projectors and heads-up displays.
      Digital Vibrance Control™ 3.0 allows users to adjust color controls to achieve accurate, bright colors under all conditions.

      * 44.03 is WHQL Certified for the GeForce FX family of GPUs
      ** Performance results based upon GeForce FX 5600 Ultra running UnrealTournament 2003 Antalus flyby.

      Thanks to Paul_Londonlad
      From Adam Webb

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      • #4
        For those with ATI Video Cards - ATI have released new drivers....

        Catalyst 3.5 Driver Suite

        http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html

        Fix list for whats included in this set of updated drivers:



        Before you start, please read these installation tips.

        Fixed in this driver:
        The system is not responding when playing Quake II with the OpenGL option set to default, and the video mode set to 1024x768 is now resolved
        Setting the display resolution to 1027x768 and running the Unreal Tournament 2003 benchmark with Anti-Aliasing enabled, no longer results in the system rebooting
        The system rebooting when attempting to start a new game of Ballistic Forces is now resolved
        Enabling Direct3D as the rendering device and setting the display resolution to 1600x1200 in the game Descent 3 no longer results in the game failing to play
        The shadow flickering beneath the car when choosing Quick Race in Nascar Racing 2003 is now resolved
        Setting the display resolution to 1024x768 32bpp and enabling OpenGL no longer results in the ground being discolored in the game IL2 Forgotten Battles
        Connecting a secondary display and enabling extended desktop, followed by running Soldier of Fortune 2 no longer results in a flickering display
        The game Unreal Tournament 2003 no longer hangs when loading the CTF-December level
        The game Unreal Tournament 2003 no longer displays corruption when Anti-Alasing is enabled
        Setting the display options to 1600x1200 32bpp in the Hot Wheels Velocity X game no longer results in the menu screen not being displayed
        Display corruption is no longer noticed when playing the game Earth 2150 and the game resolution is set to 1024x768
        Playing the game Nascar Racing 2003 in OpenGL mode no longer results in the display going black
        Exiting the game Age of Empire II no longer results in display not being restored properly
        Playing the game Serious Sam 2 with the display resolution set to 1024x768 32bpp no longer results in the wrong OpenGL renderer being listed when setting the graphics to OpenGL
        The game A Tale in the Desert no longer pauses during game play and no longer causes the system to randomly stop responding
        Enabling Pixel Shaders in the game Asheron's Call 2 no longer results in display corruption appearing as the game is played
        Playing the game Project IGI2: Covert Strike with a RADEON™ 9700 series card installed in the system no longer results in the ground terrain disappearing and re-appearing as the character is moved.
        The system no longer stops responding when running 3ds max 2001
        The 3DMark2003 shader optimizations found in previous CATALYST™ releases have been removed
        Increased CPU performance is now noticed when enabling the use accelerated post processing in the DivX player
        Running Maya or SoftImage no longer results in the overly front and backbuffers not being cleared at allocation time
        Dragging the WinDVD player to the extended desktop when playing a DVD no longer results in a system hang
        Running certain OpenGL application under Windows XP with a RADEON™ 7200 series card installed no longer results in display corruption
        Running the Windows Movie Maker program no longer results in the display corruption appearing on the preview screen
        Running the ATI Tranquility screen saver found at http://www.driverheaven.net, on an ATI RADEON™ 9000 series card, no longer results in the system not responding under Windows XP
        When installing the EAZYLOOK™ TV upgrade the installer now upgrades the Watch TV scheduled event property in the registry correctly
        Playing a DVD with TheaterMode enabled no longer results in the display not being maximized on the secondary LCD
        Enabling or disabling the extended desktop when the Media player is running no longer results in the system not responding
        Previewing the 3D Pipes screen saver with latest video driver installed no longer results in a slow start and exit of the screen saver
        The monitor shutting down when booting to the Windows XP service pack 1 desktop when a RADEON™ 9000 Pro is installed in the system is now resolved
        The display resolution is now correct on the first startup after the display driver install
        Playing an AVI no longer results in a screen delay. This issue was known to occur under Windows 2000 with the RADEON™ 9600 series card installed
        Enabling or disabling the extended desktop when the Media player is running no longer results in the system not responding
        The OpenGL hardware overlay is now working correctly in panning mode
        Windows 2000 no longer detects the secondary CRT display adapter as the primary display adapter
        The HDTV icon is no longer displayed when Disable Component Output Support is selected
        The information tab found in the advanced display properties for the secondary monitor now provides information on the driver version installed
        The Bios information is no longer listed incorrectly on the Adapter Information
        Regards,
        Paul (LondonLad)
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        • #5
          Catalyst 3.9 Driver

          http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html

          Setting the display resolution to 1024x768 32bpp followed by playing Blade of Darkness with the game set to 1027x768 16bpp, and texture resolution set to max, no longer results in a flickering horizontal line of display corruption
          Playing Morrowind under Windows XP with an ATI RADEON™ All-In-Wonder 9200 installed no longer results in parts of the boat image flashing and portions of the person's body being missing
          The game Jedi Knight-Jedi Academy no longer fails to respond when enabling Anti-Aliasing to 4x or 6x
          Choppy game play is no longer noticed with attempting to play the game Home World 2
          The demo game Panzers no longer fails to respond when Anti-Aliasing is enabled under Windows XP with an ATI RADEON™ 8500 series card installed
          Setting the ATI 3D tab slider to Performance under Windows XP with a RADEON™ 9800 series card installed no longer results in display corruption when playing the game Grand Prix 4
          Setting the game Flight Simulator 2004 to display at 1024x768 or 1280x1024 followed by starting a new flight no longer results in the menu being flipped just before the new flight is about to begin
          Setting the display resolution to 1024x768 32bpp followed by setting the Indy Car demo display option to 1600x1200 32bpp and setting the detail to high no longer results in the fence and car's shadows flashing
          Setting the display resolution to 1024x768 32bpp and enabling Anti-Aliasing to 4x followed by configuring the game Race Driver to 1600x1200 32bpp no longer results in some of the race cars not being drawn properly
          Attempting to start a new game of Links 2003 no longer results in the system rebooting
          Serious Sam 2 is now able to detect OpenGL TRUFORM when set to Application Preference
          ChameleonMark no longer displays corruption on DX8-class products
          The help files for the new VPU Recover feature no longer make reference to that feature as Smartsave
          Connecting a TV as the secondary display and enabling extended desktop no longer results in display corruption on the primary display when attempting to change the colour mode and resolution when playing Serious Sam
          Having two monitor connected with only one monitor being active no longer results in two monitors being seen as active in the Monitor tab of the Advanced Display Properties
          Connecting both a CRT and a TV to an ATI RADEON™ 7200 series running in a Windows 9x environment no longer results in corrupted colours being displayed on the CRT
          Setting the secondary CRT display to 1024x768 32bpp with extended desktop enabled no longer results in not being able to swap between the primary and secondary displays
          DVD Region 2 playback no longer stutters during the beginning of the DVD under Windows 2000
          Connecting both a CRT and a TV to an ATI RADEON™ 7200 series running in a Windows 9x environment no longer results in corrupted colours being displayed on the CRT
          The incorrect display resolution and desktop size is no longer indicated when clicking on the ATI icon for the first time

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Overlag
            Nvidia Geforce Drivers
            Version: 44.03
            Release Date: May 14, 2003
            WHQL Certified*

            http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp

            Release Highlights:

            Delivers an incredible 30% increase in performance over previous Detonator 40 drivers**


            Thanks to Paul_Londonlad
            Well of COURSE they deliver an incredible 30% increase over previous drivers, because they F*CKED UP 70% of my games. Including BF1942, IL2 FB, and WWII Fighters. Someone pass me another brew - I'm about to go completely nonlinear.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by NippleCorn
              Originally posted by Overlag
              Nvidia Geforce Drivers
              Version: 44.03
              Release Date: May 14, 2003
              WHQL Certified*

              http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp

              Release Highlights:

              Delivers an incredible 30% increase in performance over previous Detonator 40 drivers**


              Thanks to Paul_Londonlad
              Well of COURSE they deliver an incredible 30% increase over previous drivers, because they F*CKED UP 70% of my games. Including BF1942, IL2 FB, and WWII Fighters. Someone pass me another brew - I'm about to go completely nonlinear.
              thats what you get for buying a 2nd rate companies card........... ;)
              From Adam Webb

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              • #8
                What drivers is everyone / anyone using with ATI 256M 9800XT card??

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                • #9
                  www.rage3d.com
                  http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html

                  3.10 seem realy good atm
                  From Adam Webb

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Overlag
                    www.rage3d.com
                    http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html

                    3.10 seem realy good atm
                    thanks...

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