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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by padutch, Dec 17, 2001.

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  1. padutch

    padutch Thread Starter

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    After having problems trying to install drivers for my NVIDIA RIVA with no success I went out and purchased a new video card.
    I don't need the top of the line so I got a Abit Siluro MX400
    or as it says on the box GeForceMX400. It works with NVIDIA drivers. The drivers came on a CD with the video card. My question is on the CD there is a folder named NVFLASH. In this folder is a Dos4gw.exe and a Nvflash.exe along with a readme file. Ok , I am just a old woodworker and have no idea if I should use either or both of these exe files or just forget about them. Sure hope someone can help me out.
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    Don't worry about those....NVFLASH is probably for flashing the BIOS on the card. Just use the drivers to install the video card....don't use any exe files.
     
  3. padutch

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    Thanks Rockin
    I kind of thought they were to flash the bios but couldn't figure out why. I guess I'll take your advice and leave them alone. Unless I can't take the preassure and just have to try them. HA!
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