View Full Version : Video card..Help needed.

17th Jul 2002, 20:24
Hi guys, can anyone (Ice,Runtime?) give me a bit of advice on updating my video card?

I have got :-

Video Card : NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro
Video Driver : nvdisp.drv
Driver Version :

I have been over to NVIDIA website, it is all a complete mystery to me..which one do I download to update?

I am using Windows 98 second edition.

Any help would be appreciated..:)

Sir Henry Morgan
17th Jul 2002, 22:47
I'd love to help you Mags :)

But first, whats a video card? :confused:
Is it something to do with computers? :confused:
I know how to tune a video machine would that help? :confused:
I know, I'm just dumb aren't I? :confused:

ummm . . I'll go get Ice

17th Jul 2002, 23:09
Ill check and will reply. I'm understanding you want to update the drivers and not the card (drivers and not buying another card)

Maggie: Video card is what allows you to read this stuff :) :) :D

17th Jul 2002, 23:13
AS I thought, you need the same drivers as any other video card.

Detonator XP seems to be the right file, the current one is 29.42

Head over to http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?PAGE=windows9x

It's the first one in the list.

18th Jul 2002, 01:15
Maggie, sorry I am a bit late, you posted during my sleeping hours! Anyway MrDefender is correct. The Detonator XP is a unified driver and can be used for all GPUs including the TNT2.

18th Jul 2002, 01:48
not to mention all operating systems..... eh.. all Windows O/S' (don't know if they work on macs.) :)

I don't even know why they make catagories for driver downloads? Allot of know companies make a all in one package file.. (Logitech, Soundblaster, NVIDIA, etc...).

I guess it's to reassure the people who aren't computer guru's

18th Jul 2002, 02:02
Different OSes would require a different driver version. You have correctly linked to the one which Maggie needs (Windows 98SE / 9x) but if someone had Windows XP, they would need a different one.

What do you mean by categories for download? Not sure what you mean.

18th Jul 2002, 02:14
well... They make 1 program and that program scans your O/S then installs the right driver.

That's why the driver.exe file is the same size for each operating system (windows).

Also, By category downloads, goto nvidia then go to "download drivers" you'll see all the posible o/s'

"Windows 95/98/ME"
"Windows XP 64-Bit"
"Windows XP"
"Windows 2000"


thats 4 categories

18th Jul 2002, 02:29
What makes you think they are the same size? Because they are not.

18th Jul 2002, 02:51
was refering to the ones on logitech.

I got my keyboard, mouse, joystick, mic and quick cam, digital cam from logitech.. Other than that, I need the drivers for my sound card and video card.. so u can guess which site I visit the most :)

18th Jul 2002, 03:13
But we have been talking about Nvidia all along and you even specifically mentioned Nvidia and how they have different download categories, so I obviously assumed you are talking about Nvidia and not Logitech.

18th Jul 2002, 07:32
true. had lots on my mind today. wasnt thinking straight. sorry for being eum. confusing?

18th Jul 2002, 20:22
Thankyou very much Guys, I just wasn't sure..I am such an idiot with the tech stuff.

I have downloaded so hopefully I will see a vast difference:rolleyes:

LOL..Henry, yes arn't you the dumb one..I aint much better!:D
I passed my brains onto the boys..At least I know where they are.......

Where did yours go?:D

19th Jul 2002, 02:31
the problem is there are too many operating systems. Ontop of that, they look the same.. (desktop). except for windows XP.. well.. and 3.1 (duh)

But its easy to see which one u have. Click on Start and read what's written like this: (bottom to top I believe..)



Sir Henry Morgan
19th Jul 2002, 06:42
The boys have mine too


20th Jul 2002, 03:47
sounds like zombies have taken over henry and maggie...

time to call in scoobie-doo! :)

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