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Solved: Nvidia Video Card Help

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sk8stlpunk, Oct 21, 2005.

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  1. sk8stlpunk

    sk8stlpunk Thread Starter

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    I was in my dorm yesterday and i decided to hook up my TV to my video card and do dual monitor. . . i have one problem i left my driver disk at home and i need a file (nv_4mini.sys) But like i said i am at college and cant get home anytime soon to get the CD with the files on it. . . I cant seem to find the file Any one who may know where i could find this file on-line or if someone could email it to me it would be awesome!!
     
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    You shouldn't need to install anything to hook up additional displays.

    But you can go to Nvidia's website and download their latest driver, since its complaining about a Nvidia driver file.

    Here's the latest driver: http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_81.85.html
     
  3. sk8stlpunk

    sk8stlpunk Thread Starter

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    well i fixed the problem without updating the drivers (i was nervous about updadting the drivers because last time i did my computer didnt like it and crashed real hard) . . . but then once i had it working i figured i might as well try to update and hope for the best. Glad to report Everything is great it works well and im friggin amped i can watch a movie and surf the internet at the same time!!
    thanks for the help
    Two thumbs way up for this forum!!
     
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