Still using CRT's? yikes!
The latest nvidia driver is 190.15, you need a modded inf to use it though, get it at laptopvideo2go. Try those first, its MOST LIKELY nvidia drivers, as they're still a slight bit immature.
I would suggest just getting a 120hz LCD. Theyre a bit pricey (around $300 for the viewsonic, the cheapest one out right now) I assume thats the only reason you still have a CRT, the refresh rate?
I still have a problem with nvidia detecting my monitor to run at 60hz, it instead runs it at 59hz which is kinda annoying.
Oh i forgot to add, The RC version is a couple of months old. Im running the latest version out right now, 7264, its around on the internet, i recommend it.
I'll give it a try. Looks simple enough.
GeForce 6150SE IGP? What happened to your FX5950 Ultra or whatever?
^He is right here and that wasn't vista's fault.
Nvidia and ATI were kept out of the loop then, because the last build they had was one of the 5900 Beta builds.BS. I was using Vista RCs long before the OS was actually released. Vendors had pleanty of time.
Its a windows 7 issue, now go drown in a bath already.Lord Zedeck, why are you still using a CRT monitor? Those things are huge, heavy, bulky, and not very space friendly either.
It's a known fact that old tech and new tech don't mix well, at least in this case. Although there are some exceptions like from going from pci-express 1.x to 2.0, but that is another story/matter. It could be the driver, or it could the hardware compatibility issue, and definitely not a Windows 7 issue.