**Toshiba Satelite A100 - A105 Laptop** MODELS: PSAA9-0CU004 and PSB10U-SA10ES1 Bios 6.0B Nvidia Driver 307.68 RAM 4GB (3GB) GO 7300 64bit (NVIDIA's 307.68 driver for Windows 8.x. It is compatible with the Geforce 7300 Go and Windows 10 and with GeForce Experience dependant on Card for full operation) **FOR THE DIE HARDS...** Still have booting faults? Buy a new system or *"Buy a replacement MB - Max The RAM and the Processor to a T2700 + maybe a larger Hard Drive - Buy Windows 10 Pro and load." * Success Path on above models: **Windows 7 Ultimate - Windows 8 …

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I've been editing on a (windows based) desktop and now want and need to transition to notebook computers. I've been assured that notebook computers are now showing specs that can rival any desktop based system (if you have the $$$). Specially HP's Z-Book series which is built with video and content creation in mind. However, due to budget constraints I am looking at the Acer Aspire V17 Nitro Black Edition as a possible candidate. It sports a fast i7 processor, with 16GB RAM and an Nvidia GTX-860M video card. My question is that do the more compact M-series of Nvidia …

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Hey! I am making a new gaming computer (http://pcpartpicker.com/p/QLYy) and I have heard that nVidia is much better. I'm not going to use more than one monitor, and if I do, it'll only be two so the lower memory is too important. Which nVidia card should I get that's around the price range of my current video card (Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Card, ~$390) that's the same or better? Thanks!

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looking for a windows 7 nvidia product key

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]17139[/ATTACH]NVIDIA's CUDA parallel computer architecture is picking up steam and quickly becoming one of the de-facto solution for producing high-end video content. When time is money, companies such as Industrial Light & Magic, and Adobe, cannot always cram every feature or pixel into the finished product. Most consumers might not realize that production technology is a major player in the race for quality, but NVIDIA's Quadro and Tesla product lines, coupled with the CUDA architecture, will determine the future of video as we know it. Jon Peddie Research is a leading research firm for the multimedia industry and Mr. Peddie …

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Hello everyone at daniweb, I've had a bit of a problem with my computer recently but managed to get it up and running earlier today. Problem is, when I had it running, a message appeared telling me it was installing my Nvidia 8800GT card. Now, when this happened I figured there had to be something wrong, since I've had the computer for a couple of years and obviously it had already been installed when I got it. But naturally, I went along with this as it seemed to be fairly important, but when it had installed it told me I …

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Very recently, I let my laptop (HP) battery get too low, and it died on me. Usually, upon plugging in the adaptor, everything starts right back up again. However, this time, the laptop runs, but all I can see is a black screen. I can even hear the little chime when windows starts (vista), but all I can see is black. I don't think it's a backlight issue, as I the black screen still emits a sort of "glow". I know I need a new battery, but as long as it's plugged into the power supply, shouldn't it work fine? …

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I'm wondering if anybody has extensive knowledge about graphics cards. I basically need to find a laptop that can support all these softwares: AutoCAD 3D Max Maya Mud Box Adobe After Effects Adobe Photoshop From my research I've been running into the NVIDIA Quadro 1000M but there are only a handful of laptops that come with that and they're really expensive. I'm wondering if any of the NVIDIA GTX cards would support those softwares above properly. On Autodesk.com all they recommend are Quadro cards which seemed odd. Are Quadro cards REALLY the only type of graphics cards that'll support their …

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I'm curious because I'm new to the world of buying computer parts and such. I've installed an Asus model of the Nvidia 550ti and I was wondering if I should use the Nvidia drivers or the Asus drivers. both drivers seem to work with only slight differences in the multiple monitors settings. Any recommendations or advice is appreciated. Thanks.

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Hello all. i am trying to setup for an OpenCL product, a LINUX worksatation. Here is the issue: I am using Fedora 15, I have an Acer monitor AL1717F, and using NVIDIA GTX 570. The monitor is a VGA port, and I amusing a VGA-DVI converter. The issue is that the screen resolution is fixed to 640X480. I can't set it up using the GUI, and when I try to edit the .conf file (by adding a custom edit), the system gets stuck at boot-up, saying "Started SYSV: Enable Monthly Update of Smolt". When I enter "safe mode", and re-install …

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I bought an Nvidia 6200. It came with drivers on a disk, but I have win7, and it only supported Vista and XP, so I went on the site, and downloaded new ones that work on win7, but they won't install unless the card is in. I install the card, and I have graphics until Windows starts. Then I have nothing. I need the drivers to get the picture, but I need the picture to install the drivers? What do I do?

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nVidia has released new drivers and I am pretty sure Canonical has included it in its restricted packages already. However, whenever I use the nvidia drivers, the computer blacks out and there is no display at all. Can someone tell me what I need to do? Thank you

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PC Model: imedia A2620 UK My CPU-Z Txt Report: [CODE]CPU-Z TXT Report ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Binaries ------------------------------------------------------------------------- CPU-Z version 1.57 Processors ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Number of processors 1 Number of threads 3 APICs ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Processor 0 -- Core 0 -- Thread 0 0 -- Core 1 -- Thread 0 1 -- Core 2 -- Thread 0 2 Processors Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Processor 1 ID = 0 Number of cores 3 (max 3) Number of threads 3 (max 3) Name AMD Athlon II X3 425 Codename Rana Specification AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 425 Processor Package Socket AM3 (938) CPUID F.5.2 Extended CPUID 10.5 Brand ID 28 …

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I have a PC with following configuration: 1. Intel Core2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz 2. nVidia GeForce 8800GT 512MB 3. Intel G33 Chipset MoBo 4. 3GB RAM 5. 350W PSU from Delta Electronics Inc. I am planning to upgrade my graphics card. Anything better than 8800GT but price lesser than (Rupees 10000) preferred. My problem is that it should work without changing PSU.

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Hi guys, I'm planning to make a car game & for that I'll use Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 for programming, directX 10 for the graphics, & Nvidia PhysX engine for the physics. The problem is that I can't find any tutorial of directX and Nvidia PhysX, I only find of openGL and Nvidia PhysX and I would want any link for a tutorial or any example to download for Nvidia Physx and directX. Also, I would be grateful for any advice for this project. Thanks in advance for any reply.

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First of all Thank you for reading my post Here is the Basic Information that I know of my computer. CPU AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+, 2199 MHz 2GB's of Ram Current Video Card ATI Radeon X1550 Series (256 MB) I want to Know Which would be better and if my computer can take any of these video cards. XFX GeForce 9800 GT GDDR3 512MB PCIe, Dual DVI EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB GDDR3 PCIe My computer is fairly old and my ATI Radeon card is a bad video card IMO. If there is any more information …

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[ATTACH=right]16574[/ATTACH] The DARPA geeks are [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story301376.html"]at it again[/URL]. On Friday, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency announced it is developing what it calls an [URL="http://www.darpa.mil/news/2010/UHPCNewsRelease.pdf"]"ExtremeScale" SuperComputing system[/URL]. The project is part of what DARPA refers to as its Ubiquitous High Performance Computing (UHPC) program -- that's Pentagon speak for "badass," which the agency itself says has the modest goal of simply "re-inventing computing." [QUOTE]It (the UHPC program) plans to develop radically new computer architectures and programming models that are 100 to 1,000 times more energy efficient, with higher performance, and that are easier to program than current systems.[/QUOTE] And DARPA …

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[B]ATI Takes the Lead[/B] [ATTACH=RIGHT]16273[/ATTACH]After a long stretch of dominance, NVIDIA has fallen behind ATI in discrete GPU shipments. According to Mercury Research, ATI claims 51% of the market, and NVIDIA has slipped to, you guessed it, 49%. NVIDIA was the leader this time last year with 59% market share, illustrating about-face in overall shipments. ATI also took the 2nd place position from NVIDIA in the integrated GPU market (IGP), pulling in 24.5% compared to NVIDIA's 19.8%. Intel has traditionally led the pack, and clocked in last quarter at a healthy 54% of IGP shipments. These are no doubt tough …

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Nvidia Gforce 7600gt video cards, I have two running SLI. one of them quit after a year or so and I bought another to replace the one. The bios info on one card is "5.73.22.39.03" And the other is "5.73.22.51.45", notice the last two groups are different? Should they be the same, and if so, How do you update bios on a video card? The other part is, my card says it will run at Core Clock 560MHz Effective Memory Clock 1400MHz I actually run core at 570, but never tried taking the memory to 1400, 800 is as for …

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[ATTACH=right]15788[/ATTACH]High-end video accelerator tools now make password recovery twentyfold faster than the current top of the line quad-core CPUs. Unlike current recovery tools, such as those offered by Intel, [URL="http://www.nvidia.com/object/fermi_architecture.html"]these new Fermi-based video boards[/URL] exceed benchmark speeds of even previous NVIDIA Tesla solutions based on the previous-generation chipsets. CPUs will still prevail, but GPUs found in modern video cards such as NVIDIA GTX 480 are becoming the new standard. Depending on applications, CUDA-based GPUs can contribute more to the total performance of the PC than the central processing unit. In some applications, their role is greater than the role of …

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Hey everyone. Just recently I have been messing around with some files on my pc, trying to find a specific driver updater-program that was giving me some trouble. I went into add or remove programs, selected "NVIDIA Drivers" (I'm using a basic Nvidia graphics card), and removed it, thinking that it was this driver updater program. A minute or so later, my whole graphics went into something like a 16 bit mode. Really weird and glitchy looking. I rebooted, and all of my graphics looked fine and normal. (Although when I moved my windows around, they chopped around as if …

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Nvidia yesterday began shipping the [url=http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_geforce_gtx_480_us.html]GeForce GTX 480[/url], with double the number of processor cores previously available at 512. The card is intended to to permit smooth playback and editing of 2D or 3D content, including animation, games and videos. The GTX 480 supports Microsoft DirectX 11, Direct3D and [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physx]PhysX[/url], Nvidia's real-time physics engine and SDK that came along with its acquisition of Ageia in 2008. Now tailored for Nvidia's CUDA GPUs, PhysX off-loads physics processing tasks from a system's main CPU. The board uses NVidia's latest graphics processing architecture--called [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_400_Series]Fermi[/url] after nuclear reactor inventor [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enrico_Fermi]Enrico Fermi[/url]--which the company says …

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Hi all. What should be the simplest of tasks is sending me crazy. I have a PC based on an ECS P4M900T-M2 motherboard. I've been using it for about a year using the on-board GPU. But now I want to add a second monitor so I bought a PNY 8400GS PCIe card to go into the PCIe slot on the m/board. Should be easy, no? But when I add the extra graphics card I just get a black screen. The PC does not even get as far the BIOS POST. If I take the graphics card out the PC boots …

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Hello, Which motherboard is recommended for nvidia gForce 9500GT and a Intel Core 2 duo E7500 processor?? Thanks

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Hi guys, I just got myself a Philips 20" TV Monitor(20PFL4122/98), but its resolution is too less(640X480). I have Windows 7 and everything comes really big! Is there any way I can increase the resolution?? I have a nvidia 7100GS graphic card.

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I brought a new Philips 20" LCD Monitor. When I plugged in the monitor, the screen resolution was 1024X768. After I installed the nvidia card 7100GS driver, the resolution became 640X480. I am not able to increase it to any higher resolution. Every thing in the computer appears really big! Is there any way I can make this proper?

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Apple has grabbed lots of headlines this week, some for things it has done, others for things done to it. Of all the major Apple products, only the iPod has escaped mention. With perhaps the potential to affect the most people is the deal announced this week with AT&T to extend exclusivity with the iPhone's only service provider until 2010. According to a [URL=http://www.usatoday.com/tech/wireless/phones/2008-07-31-att-iphone-stephenson-apple_N.htm?loc=interstitialskip]story Thursday in USA Today[/URL], the two have conspired to ditch Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon customers, which expected to have access to the apple of every geek's eye after the end of 2008. AT&T made the deal …

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[URL="http://www.zotac.com"]Zotac[/URL] has today announced the availability of what it claims is the fastest core clock speed for a graphics card straight out of the box. The GTX 280 AMP! Edition overclocks the NVIDIA GTX 280 card to top, are you ready for this, 700 MHz. OK, so it adds about £30 ($60) to the cost of a standard GTX 280, but that is not bad when you work it to a 5 percent price increase for a 12 percent performance hike. For a relative newcomer to the graphics market, Zotac certainly seems to be making something of a splash. Last …

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It looks like NVIDIA really means business, announcing it intends to attack the Intel integrated graphics processor market with an ICP of its own. Now that is some target, given that Intel is pretty much the heavyweight champ when it comes graphic chip manufacturing and sales by the numbers. No matter what hardcore gamers and system tweakers may think of integrated graphics processors, with their inability to be upgraded and generally underperforming specification, the market truth is that for the vast majority of users an IGP does everything they need just fine. The market for third party GPUs, which is …

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