Are there ever going to be proper drivers for Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit?


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ghstbstr

I really think that Nvidia and many other companies out there need to get
off the butts and get these proper Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit drivers
available, because this sucks that I can't play games the way that I want
too. For instance I have two BFG GeForce 7600 GT video cards linked together
and because Nvidia doesn't have the proper Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit
drivers available for SLI then I am not going to play any games until there
are.
I for one do not blame Microsoft for any of the problems that I have, and
that is because all of the problems that I have are all driver-related
issues. As I think that Windows Vista Home Premium is a great operating
system and has alot of potential once there are all of the proper Windows
Vista 32-bit/64-bit drivers available.
 
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Darkelldar

ghstbstr said:
I really think that Nvidia and many other companies out there need to get
off the butts and get these proper Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit drivers
available, because this sucks that I can't play games the way that I want
too. For instance I have two BFG GeForce 7600 GT video cards linked
together and because Nvidia doesn't have the proper Windows Vista
32-bit/64-bit drivers available for SLI then I am not going to play any
games until there are.
I for one do not blame Microsoft for any of the problems that I have, and
that is because all of the problems that I have are all driver-related
issues. As I think that Windows Vista Home Premium is a great operating
system and has alot of potential once there are all of the proper Windows
Vista 32-bit/64-bit drivers available.

I have to agree that the hardware manufactures have dropped the ball on
drivers. Vista has been in the works for years and there is no HP printer
driver at all for a 2 month old printer, only beta drivers for my Asus
Motherboard, SB soundcard, Logitech keyboard, game controler and mouse.
But even the Microsoft Vista upgrade advisor program is only 32 bit so much
for us using 64 bit Windows. I cant even find out if all my hardware will
work with Vista with their own test program. Even though they have a 64 bit
version of Vista?

So at this time XP pro x64 lives on on my system.
 
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Scott

What I'd like to know is why NVIDIA can produce drivers for my 49
month old Video card, but Creative can't produce drivers for my 49
month old sound card.*

Somebody at Creative dropped the ball.



*Beta drivers don't count.
 

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