Unofficial NVIDIA Graphic Driver 352.84 x64 for 4.xx, 5xx, and 6xx series

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  1. maya77

    maya77 MDL Member

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    #1 maya77, Jun 21, 2015
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  2. Sildur

    Sildur MDL Novice

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    Hehe glad it made it over here. I will be keep updating and focusing on Guru3D then ;)

    As far as I can tell the modded drivers do work fine on all fermi cards. Some times even better compared to regular supported cards. Had some crashes on my GTX770 while my friend with his GTX570 had none so far. :p
     
  3. potatohead

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    thanks to both maya77 and sildur.

    i have applied the mod to install 352.84 for gtx460m on my asus g73sw, monitoring it now.

    one main gripe i have with win 10 is the random hard locks caused by nvidia graphics driver, experienced it with win 10's default driver, nvidia's 347.88. 350.12 is the best of the lot but still not problem free.

    hope this works out.

    irregardless, much appreciated :)
     
  4. Shoonay

    Shoonay MDL Member

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    Thanks maya77, works fine here on 550Ti, tested it with GTA 5 and ArmA 3 so far...
     
  5. daveo76

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    Doesn't work for me. I do the first 5 steps and go to install it says checking system compatibility. Then get that error message as seen on the screenshot. My graphics card is GeForce GT 525M.
    View attachment 36385
     
  6. lunario

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    your card is notebook think the mod is only for desktop version
     
  7. daveo76

    daveo76 MDL Expert

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    Can someone make a mod then for a notebook. Please
     
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    maya77 MDL Member

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    Did you followed instructions, downloaded notebook driver, replaced INF file?

    If yes, then I'm not sure why it does not work. Please wait for official driver then.
     
  10. daveo76

    daveo76 MDL Expert

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    #11 daveo76, Jun 22, 2015
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    Yes I downloaded the notebook driver with the link you provided and replaced INF file with the one you provided and used CMD to enable test mode and tried to install it. I emailed nvidia few days ago and was told there got no plans to release Windows 10 drivers for cards below 6xx
     
  11. potatohead

    potatohead MDL Novice

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    go to control panel, device manager, display adapter and check if the id for your nvidia graphics card is 0DF5
     
  12. daveo76

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    #13 daveo76, Jun 22, 2015
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    ID is 10DE-0DEC
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  13. coromonadalix

    coromonadalix MDL Senior Member

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    inf trick helped me in the past .... and now with this trick on 10147 for my gt640 thks
     
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  16. michaelmyers

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    I've actually been sitting here the last few days waiting for Nvidia to release the drivers that supported more cards. Too many people were complaining and I knew it would push Nvidia to release them sooner. Whoever from Nvidia said they weren't going to support those 6XX and under cards lied or you never e-mailed them.

    They NEVER said they weren't going to release drivers for anything under 6XX. They were releasing them in stages leading up to RTM of Windows 10 starting with the newer chipsets. They said that when they released their first official driver that supported Windows 10 Preview.

    There's no way in hell they'd not support those chipsets. Cards are still being made and sold using those chipsets that are in the low-mid range area of gaming cards meant for gamers on a budget that aren't hardcore gamers that care more about gameplay than graphics.