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newls1
01-27-09, 10:02 AM
Just wondering. Getting bored with the 185.20's.

saturnotaku
01-27-09, 10:16 AM
I wish people would stop asking this. New drivers will come out when they come out. No one here has insight into NVIDIA's development pipeline, except maybe ChrisRay, and he's never said anything about release dates.

newls1
01-27-09, 12:52 PM
I wish people would stop asking this. New drivers will come out when they come out. No one here has insight into NVIDIA's development pipeline, except maybe ChrisRay, and he's never said anything about release dates.

Yes all mighty master

XxDeadlyxX
01-27-09, 06:12 PM
Hopefully newer, more stable 185.xx drivers come out soon, usually when there's a long wait it means Nvidia are working on a major release (Big Bang 3?)

nrdstrm
01-28-09, 03:07 AM
I wish people would stop asking this. New drivers will come out when they come out. No one here has insight into NVIDIA's development pipeline, except maybe ChrisRay, and he's never said anything about release dates.

And Jakup as well, but the same applies. I don't think people want to loose their jobs for breaking NDA's or releasing betas...

jujdred
07-10-09, 02:00 PM
The 190's are out and available.

seeker
07-13-09, 04:57 PM
The 190's are out and available.
Where?

esir
07-13-09, 09:32 PM
Where?

@ guru3d

here the X86 XP there are x64 and vista as well;

http://downloads.guru3d.com/GeForce-ForceWare-190.15-XP-(32-bit)-download-2307.html

seeker
07-13-09, 11:47 PM
@ guru3d

here the X86 XP there are x64 and vista as well;

http://downloads.guru3d.com/GeForce-ForceWare-190.15-XP-(32-bit)-download-2307.html
Thanks, but I'm a bit confused. First, because at one point, Nvidia labeled W7 drivers separately from Vista, but now they seem to combine them. Is there any difference between a W7 driver and one for Vista?

Secondly, on the page that you linked, I found another link for 186.24, but nothing for a 190.xx driver. Is that for a different OS?

Lastly, when I selected to download the driver, what I got was for Driver Robot or Driver Detective, instead of the driver itself. Isn't there a direct means to download the driver only?

esir
07-14-09, 08:29 AM
Thanks, but I'm a bit confused. First, because at one point, Nvidia labeled W7 drivers separately from Vista, but now they seem to combine them. Is there any difference between a W7 driver and one for Vista?

Secondly, on the page that you linked, I found another link for 186.24, but nothing for a 190.xx driver. Is that for a different OS?

Lastly, when I selected to download the driver, what I got was for Driver Robot or Driver Detective, instead of the driver itself. Isn't there a direct means to download the driver only?

Direct link for the 190.15;

XP X86:
http://194.71.11.69/pub/games/PC/guru3d/nvidia/190.15_winxp-32bit-%5BGuru3D.com%5D.exe

Win 7 | Vista (64-bit):
http://194.71.11.69/pub/games/PC/guru3d/nvidia/190.15_win7x64-%5BGuru3D.com%5D.exe

Win 7 | Vista (32-bit):
http://194.71.11.69/pub/games/PC/guru3d/nvidia/190.15_win7x32-%5BGuru3D.com%5D.exe


I dont know whats the difference combined and specific drivers i am mostly xp guy ;)
You sould post this question Vista/Windows 7 Drivers forum.

seeker
07-14-09, 11:52 AM
Thanks, now I have it downloaded, but will have to wait until I reboot W7 to install it. I hope that it works better than the 186.18 that I got from Nvidia, because it is causing alot of crashes for me. It seems that I can't play any games on W7, except the MS games that came with the OS.