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Anonymous
October 4, 2004 2:02:28 AM

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I am using Windows 2000 with Sp4 somehow lately I noticed there has
been a lag... ideas ?

More about : geforce ti4200 bios newest

Anonymous
October 4, 2004 4:34:38 AM

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On 3 Oct 2004 22:02:28 -0700, tokyootaku@hotmail.com (Tokyo Otaku)
wrote:

>I am using Windows 2000 with Sp4 somehow lately I noticed there has
>been a lag... ideas ?


Here is a site with BIOS, and other utilities for Nvidia
cards. Be warned! It may not go as you'd like. I had successfuly
flashed an old TnT2 M64 32MB AGP I have in my legacy DOS machine, but
I decided to flash my brother's old GeForce 2 MX400 64MB AGP to the
newest BIOS on that page, and got a card that dispayed unreadable
garbage. I had to reflash it back to the previous BIOS "blind". Good
thing I remembered the proceedure since I couldn't read the text on
screen. I have a GeForce 3 Ti200, and a GeForce 4 Ti4400 that I
decided to leave as is.
Here's the website:


http://whitebunny.demon.nl/hardware/chipset_nvidia.html
Anonymous
October 4, 2004 11:57:40 PM

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Wow thanks bios upgrade fixed my interlace problem TI 4200, at start-up with
my lcd monitor. I suggest you make a ms dos system disk and add files to
that. Don't use dos window or even restart in pure dos.

Builder
"Larry Roberts" <skin-e@juno.com> wrote in message
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> On 3 Oct 2004 22:02:28 -0700, tokyootaku@hotmail.com (Tokyo Otaku)
> wrote:
>
>>I am using Windows 2000 with Sp4 somehow lately I noticed there has
>>been a lag... ideas ?
>
>
> Here is a site with BIOS, and other utilities for Nvidia
> cards. Be warned! It may not go as you'd like. I had successfuly
> flashed an old TnT2 M64 32MB AGP I have in my legacy DOS machine, but
> I decided to flash my brother's old GeForce 2 MX400 64MB AGP to the
> newest BIOS on that page, and got a card that dispayed unreadable
> garbage. I had to reflash it back to the previous BIOS "blind". Good
> thing I remembered the proceedure since I couldn't read the text on
> screen. I have a GeForce 3 Ti200, and a GeForce 4 Ti4400 that I
> decided to leave as is.
> Here's the website:
>
>
> http://whitebunny.demon.nl/hardware/chipset_nvidia.html
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Anonymous
October 5, 2004 3:31:26 AM

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The newest MOST STABLE driver for that older card is the 45.23. You can
download it at the NVidia site.

--
DaveW



"Tokyo Otaku" <tokyootaku@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>I am using Windows 2000 with Sp4 somehow lately I noticed there has
> been a lag... ideas ?
October 6, 2004 2:14:58 AM

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"DaveW" <none@zero.org> schreef in bericht
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> The newest MOST STABLE driver for that older card is the 45.23. You can
> download it at the NVidia site.

A driver and a BIOS are not the same. The driver is the piece of software
You install in Your OS, the BIOS is a piece of software in a flash-ROM on
Your VGA card.

Greetings,
Rene

P.S. If You meant to say that the OP's problem is likely not to be caused by
his BIOS but by his driver which is too new for that card (don't know about
that, it might well be true, I believe You), please consider my posting as
not having been posted ;-).
Anonymous
October 6, 2004 6:14:04 AM

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That is not the "NEWEST" or necessarily the "MOST STABLE" drivers for that
card. Dave, get with the times and information. You constantly put out
this drivel when others including myself (with TWO Ti4200 cards in different
setups) know better. We constantly tell you (and others) the truth but you
continue to spew out bad information. I am currently running the 56.72
drivers on BOTH of my cards with no problems at all. These cards started
with the 30.82 drivers and over time, worked my way up (including the 45.23
drivers). I have not had any problems with drivers newer than those.
Silvertip
"DaveW" <none@zero.org> wrote in message
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> The newest MOST STABLE driver for that older card is the 45.23. You can
> download it at the NVidia site.
>
> --
> DaveW
>
>
>
> "Tokyo Otaku" <tokyootaku@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:D 54f34b7.0410032102.ef5d56f@posting.google.com...
> >I am using Windows 2000 with Sp4 somehow lately I noticed there has
> > been a lag... ideas ?
>
>
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