Because I gave feedback to Nvidia on their drivers for Windows Vista, I received an email from them today about the latest set of updates to the following boards but not the mobile GPUs:
What's coming with the new drivers:
Key Bug Fixes
General application compatibility fixes
The new drivers will be available over the next couple of days from http://www.nvidia.com/object/vistaqualityassurance.html.
If you want to report a bug to Nvidia, you can do so here:
Report a bug with the NVIDIA graphics driver
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Do you have any idea when they will update, Geforce Go 7600 for laptops. I had to force a beta driver to work with the laptop.
Unfortunately, I've not got any timelines on Nvidia drivers. My only advice would be to keep checking out their driver site and also raise a bug with them about any problems you have been experiencing.
I am in the same situation as "JoeM". I have the same NVidia Geforce GO 7600 card in my laptop, and I'm running Windows Vista. I have the same problem with games as the 'Madden Football' game described above. There doesn't seem to be any update on the horizon. The saddest part is I just bought this laptop from Toshiba in April 2007. Nvidia's response, unfortunately, seems to be to pass the buck to the laptop manufacturer in providing the coveted update. Yet, if you go to any game site, they tell you to look to your video card manufacturer for the update. I feel like I've been left out in the dust. I have reported the bug to NVidia to no avail.
I'm in the same boat as JoeM, CarmenM. This is absurd.
I am, as JoeM and Carmen, in the same boat. Here it is a 2008 and I have not completed a ball game (Madden 07) as of yet because of the video freez. If anyone has a fix, please let me know where to find it.
hey im kinda in the same situation but i need a : Nvidia Geforce Go 7900 GTX. update but i cannot find one. does any one kno where i can get it ??? Thnx
Ohh yh and its for my laptop...