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Fx Go Drivers {RESOLVED}


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Ianzworld

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Has anyone successfully updated drivers for Nvidea FX Go 5700 on a Toshiba laptop. Toshiba has only the 5687 on their site which I have already. I understand that their is an inf file that can be modified in the desktop drivers but I'm not sure how to do that. My comp doesn't recognize these driver sets as valid. I'm getting blue screen with almost all games. Lesser computers can run these games w/out errors so whats up with this Toshi and the 5700? I have tried all the usual uninstall/reinstall, even several reinstalls of entire system from recovery disk. Its a 3.4 ghz with 1gb and 128 mb fx go 5700 so you'd think it wouldn't blue out all the time. The errors are almost always nvdll. I need new drivers bad but I don't think even that will help. Are these machines known to act up? Also get a breakpoint has been reached in Pacific fighters. Does a patch fix this issue?

Edited by Ianzworld, 08 November 2005 - 10:53 PM.

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ZEUS_GB

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Laptop manufacturers are notorious for not updating their graphics card drivers.
Maybe another member knows how to modify the normal drivers.

I've never played Pacific Fighters before but do you have the latest patch installed?
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Found some mobile drivers on the Driver Heaven site, perhaps they might work.

http://www.driverhea....net/nvidia.htm
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http://omegadrivers.net/nvidia.php

try the omega drivers. I've had good luck with them.
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:tazz: Thanx for those links. I installed new drivers from laptops2go with the inf file and they seem to be ok but it will be nice to have all those others to chose from. Pacific fighters is working now after patch applied (no more exception breakpoint). Thanx again for responses. :)
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