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Old October 8th 04, 02:27 PM
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I am running XP service pack 2 and using a Ti4200 128mb and windows update
says there is a new driver for my machine, although I am running what i
believe to be the latest 61.77 drivers from the Nvidia site.

Am I using the right drivers or should I get the ones from Windows? I mainly
use the PC for gaming so want the best performance. I have had no stability
issues with the 61.77 drivers



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