Question about Evesham Computers & Internet
If your system uses an OEM video card that it may not be supported by NVidia drivers from the web site. Either d/l the drivers from Evesham's website or you can do a search for "modified Nvidia drivers" and find someone who has altered the inf to include cards not unlike yours.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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