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TerryHau
10-29-03, 05:15 PM
After installing these drivers, i realised while moving my mouse around on the desktop, it was really unsmooth an jerky. Funny thing was, when u open internet explorer it would stop. Then if u closed it, it would happen again.

I installed the old drviers and it stopped.

Anyone else have this problem, i have yet to see anyone report it.

Ravi
11-02-03, 05:37 PM
Same here...installed 52.16...and mouse started behaving sticky...went back to my asus 40 series drivers

bkswaney
11-02-03, 05:38 PM
Man it's seems the FW 50's were released way to soon.
There are way to many bugs in these drivers.

I'm back to the 45.23's. They work great! :)

Ravi
11-02-03, 05:45 PM
yip...40 series seems like the end of the line for GeForce 4...

bkswaney
11-02-03, 06:11 PM
Originally posted by Ravi
yip...40 series seems like the end of the line for GeForce 4...


Maybe even the FX. ;)

Ravi
11-02-03, 06:12 PM
another bug I saw...was on the desktop tab in the drivers control panel...half of it would dissapear when I bought it up on my CRT. On my LCD it would come up perfectly.

I have a dual monitor system...19" Flat Screen CRT and 15" LCD

AthlonXP1800
11-02-03, 10:02 PM
Originally posted by TerryHau
After installing these drivers, i realised while moving my mouse around on the desktop, it was really unsmooth an jerky. Funny thing was, when u open internet explorer it would stop. Then if u closed it, it would happen again.

I installed the old drviers and it stopped.

Anyone else have this problem, i have yet to see anyone report it.

Originally posted by Ravi
Same here...installed 52.16...and mouse started behaving sticky...went back to my asus 40 series drivers

I dont have problem with the mouse, I wonder what mouse you both got and what mouse driver version you use?

Ravi
11-03-03, 07:43 AM
I'm using a Logitech mouse...with the generic windows drivers

AthlonXP1800
11-03-03, 03:27 PM
Originally posted by Ravi
I'm using a Logitech mouse...with the generic windows drivers

Ahh generic windows driver, it no good, generic gave basic functions, that why mouse lag with latest Forceware 52.16 driver. You better download latest Logitech MouseWare 9.78 driver (4.3Mb) here (http://www.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/mouse/mw978enu.exe).

Ravi
11-03-03, 05:37 PM
Thanx...already have those drivers...jus didn't install them. The 50 series aren't for me...in need for speed - hot pursuit 2 (which I play alot) the game gets all jerky and my controller doesn't repond as well with the 50 seried drivers. Subjectively, it does look slightly better...but Asus 44.71 works best for that game and UT2003 (which also play alot). One exception is Jedi Academy...an OpenGL game which does run better with 50 series drivers.

There are other miscellaneous bugs...such half of the dialog box disappearing in some of the menus of the drivers control panel, or when I save a profile in the OpenGL dialog box...it does allow me to select it...or delete it.

Drivers does seem quite as polished as previous releases.

Spyre
11-05-03, 05:43 PM
@ Ravi which card do you own ?

Ravi
11-05-03, 06:06 PM
My system speciifications are

Asus A7N8X v2.0
Atlon XP 2600+ (Thouroughbred)
512MB PC2700 DDR (2 256MB SIMMS by Samsung)
Asus V9280TD Ti4200 8X AGP...having it running a Viewsonic 19" Pure Flat CRT and a 15" LCD.
Seagate 7200RPM 80G/2MB Cache UATA100 IDE HD
Quantum Atlas 10000RPM 36G SCSI2 HD
Liteon 16X DVD
Liteon 52X Cd Burner
SCSI Zip Drive
Adaptec 2940UW SCSI Controller
Creative 56K Modem Blaster

Nothing is overclocked...and CPU kept very cool with a Dragon Orb 3 7200RPM Fan/Heat Sink mounted with Artic Silver 3