NVIDIA Display Driver 1.0-9631

December 6th, 2006 by Marv

A new release of the NVIDIA Display Driver has occured. Changes in this release include:

  • Fixed an OpenGL crash on some GeForce 3 and GeForce 4 GPUs.
  • Fixed an X server crash starting some fullscreen OpenGL games.
  • Improved interaction with newer Linux kernels.

Download: [ NVIDIA Display Driver 1.0-9631]

3 Responses to “NVIDIA Display Driver 1.0-9631”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    woot-woot-woot in sli

  2. Trizt Says:

    A bit late, this was supposed to be released in November, but nice to get a 9xxx driver working with my Ti4200 and GuildWars a bit less lagish nowadays.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    My card has worked since I bought it. Don’t see much different. Slowest part of my computer is the Hz refresh on my CRT. Can’t get more frames than your monitor can display, so I’m kinda at a loss about the drivers. Rather, it’s nice but my card was too fast to begin with.

    I like nvidia’s drivers because they work. I don’t like ATI’s because they started caring like yesterday(when AMD bought them). And in truth I’d rather not have to recompile and reboot when I want to see 3d on my screen. But these boneheads aren’t there yet, so let them kick each other in the nads till they figure out they’re selling hardware- not drivers for paperweights.

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