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I read in another post "The Graphics card is a "go" series, which means nvidia dont give out the updates, ony sony can.. "

I have a Sony AR190 laptop with XP and a Geforce Go 7600 GT card with the driver version 8.5.1.3. I would like to update this driver since the Sony version that I have is over a year old. Even though Sony says not to use drivers that they have not approved, can I update using NVidia's own driver updates? If so, what would be the best driver for my 1920x1200 display with XP Media and a Bluray burner and optimal HD performance with PowerDVD or WinDVD BD?
 

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I have asked this question before and received no responses. There must be someone out there that has had the problem with NVidia driver updates on Sony computers.
 

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Not sure whats going on with Nvidia. I built a brand new Vista HTPC with an 8600GTS 512mb card. As of right now, the driver only supports resolutions lower than what I had hoped. I built this machine solely for an HD-DVR and HD-DVD playback. Unfortunately, Im only outputing 720p to my full 1080p HDTV.


I hope Nvidia gets there act together and fixes all the issues with the earlier video cards.


Good luck.
 

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To update drivers for Go Nvidia series go here .


Just follow the Quickstart Guide on the same page.
 
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