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i have the newest drivers availible 93.71, you want me to zip the NVIDIA folder in c:\ and upload it?
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yep unzip them to wherever and run the installer program.
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yep unzip them to wherever and run the installer program.

what i ment was i have the latest, 93.71, installed.
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What you need to do is reinstall your video drivers.

To reinstall your video drivers go into add remove programs. Remove anything that says Nvidea.

Then go into control panel > system(if you don't see system go into preformance and maitnance and then go into system)

now go into Hardware > device manager.

Click the + next to display adapters.

Right click unisntall on your display adapter.

Then what you want to do is reinstall your device video drivers that are on your video card manufactures website.
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What we will be doing is reinstalling your video drivers.

First Go into add/remove programs and remove anything that says NVIDEA on it.

Then go to start > control panel > system(if you do not see system go into preformance and maitnance and then go into system)

click on hardware.> device manager

Go and find video adapter(or display adapter) Click on the +

Right click and unisntall everything under this catagory.

Install drivers from your manufactures website.
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