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Old 08-19-03, 04:02 PM   #1
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Today i'm picking up my pc from the service. It has been upgraded. It has an nforce 2 based msi k7n2 delta ilsr motherboard and an msi 5600 vtdr128 graphic card.
In nvidia's site there drivers for the graphic cards and drivers for nforce2. I believe that i should install both of them right?
Yet i am not sure whether the 1.0-4496 driver includes the support for the nforce 2. Note that my motherboard doesn't have an intergrated graphic chip.
It's kinda messy so please advise.
ATHLON 64+ 3500
2X 512mb DDR400 KINGSTON
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Old 08-19-03, 05:41 PM   #2
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you're right, install both, maybe first the nforce driver set
and afterwards the recent graphics driver.

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