#1
My friend likes to play online games and she is having problms with things going fuzzy and shizit like that. She has a nvidia geforce 2 mx/mx 400 graphics card/ driver thing...and I was wondering is there any updates that you link me to that would increase the unlikely-ness of her having problems with games. I did a google search and stuff but I'm not exactly too sure as to what I'm looking for. Are there any other things that you game players use to increase your gaming too? Thanks.
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#2
durrr

www.nvidia.com

edit: Also her card is way out of date, so if she's trying to play more recent games... well she really stands no chance in doing so.
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#3
I checked there...and didn't really know what I was looking for. Is it possible...that without changing her card that we can install my drivers...and increase her performance?
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geforce 2?! thats really old i doubt they release drivers for it anymore


They do they are just not right for the card at all. The peak drivers for Geforce 2 were probs in around 2005/early 2006 (the card was obviously way before then anyway)...
#6
Youre joking right.....
Those things are from like the early 90s!!
now i dont know what computer dealers you guys in canada but the new nvidia 8 series cards are out and you get an a basic 7 series card for $80 or so AUD as well as ATIs new cards came out recently and their absolutely amazing value for money.

if she has AGP:
http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/21723/

if she has PCIe:
http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/23876/


Both are Australian Prices.
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#7
Discontinued support
NVIDIA has ceased driver support for GeForce2 GTS, GeForce2 Pro, GeForce2 Ti and GeForce2 Ultra.

Final drivers include:

Windows 9x & Windows Me: 81.98 released on December 21, 2005
Windows 2000 & 32-bit Windows XP: 93.71 released on November 2, 2006

I'd use google to track down that driver release. There are some sites that archive drivers.

Don't expect more then a 1-2% boost in speed from driver upgrades though.
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