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    Help with Ti4600 Drivers.

    Could anyone provide a link to newish drivers for this card, as I'm using windows default ones.

    The new nvidia drivers from themselves cause my system to go to 640 * 480 * 4 colours.

    Any help appreciated

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    Product Support List Windows XP 32-bit – 93.71

    GeForce4 Ti 4600

    Product Support List Windows 95/98/Me – 81.98

    GeForce4 Ti 4600

    So you must be installing them wrong as i've covered all possibilities there.... You will after any driver installation need to change the display settings afterwards.

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    Hey,

    Windows 2000/XP

    or

    Windows95/98/Me


    Would be the latest drivers the 40.xx series of drivers (45.23 here for xp/2000) give the best performance though

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    I was rude earlier on, I am sorry about that. It is a bit puzzling why the install leaves you with the default resolution and really low colours. Have previous graphics drivers been applied to the install before? Might be worth uninstalling what you currently have and running driver cleaner then giving the drivers another install.
    Last edited by digit; 05-11-2006 at 01:51 PM.

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    google driver cleaner pro, uninstall video, reboot to safe mode, run driver cleaner pro (its free) and reinstall video, that should sort you out

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    Quote Originally Posted by digit View Post
    Product Support List Windows XP 32-bit – 93.71

    GeForce4 Ti 4600

    Product Support List Windows 95/98/Me – 81.98

    GeForce4 Ti 4600

    So you must be installing them wrong as i've covered all possibilities there.... You will after any driver installation need to change the display settings afterwards.


    This is what it wont let me do just reverts back to 4 colours no matter what resolution colour depth settings I use

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    is it a fresh install? what operating system? can you give us some general background info?

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    Yeah brand new box fresh & up to date, just dont like ANY new Nvidia drivers.

    Still it got 14k in 3dmark01 which is o.k for me as i play old games.

    Thanks for your help.

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    You got the chipset drivers installed ?
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    14k in 3dmark but 640x480x2bit in windows? something is suspect... whats the rest of your system?

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    No Thats with the three year old windows drivers in 1024*768

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    Oh and the system is an A64 3200+ winchester @2.4ghz MSI K8N neo2 2 bios 1.0c 2*1gb aria cheapo ram (1t) Windows drive WD Raptor 36gb Storage Maxtor 120gb sony dvd writers... Crap old 350w PSU And one 19"tft

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    10797 old 2001 marks at 1280*1024 32 bit, will the newer drivers improve performance much over this.

    Is it worth the hassle?

    Please don't say get x1950xt and an e6600 I'm Poor

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    Yep Up to date nforce chipset drivers.

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    did you try the 45.23 drivers?

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