Vista Default Drivers or Latest Available Drivers ?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by Rick Hallman, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. Rick Hallman

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    Since this is a beta test, should I just accept the Vista drivers for my
    motherboard devices and my video card or should I attempt to force Vista to
    try to accept the latest drivers released by the hardware or chipset
    manufacturers? My computer works with the default Vista drivers but I only
    have 2 channel sound and I don't have many options to adjust my nvidia video
    card. Should I try to run the VIA unified drivers and install the latest
    Nvidia driver or accept the Vista defaults. I know I can get a BSOD when I
    install and attempt to roll back or remove some of these drivers but is that
    a fair test of a beta operating system?
     
    Rick Hallman, Sep 12, 2006
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