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Old September 18th 03, 03:41 AM
Eyman
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Default Geforce2 go Drivers?

Hi,

Ive got a toshiba satellite 3000 laptop with a geforce2 go video card.

Toshiba dont seem to be updating the nvidia drivers as the latest version on
their website is 16.20, while Dell's is 44.82.

Unfortunately the Dell drivers wont work with the satellite.

Can anyone point me in the direction of newer drivers or a way to hack the
nvidia drivers to work with the satellite?

Thanks in advance

Eyman


 




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