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nForce 9.35 Unified Remix (x64)
Windows XP 64-bit (3rd party modified driver) This driver set was assembled (remixed) by Squall and have been tested on NFORCE 2,3 and 4 platforms.
It contains all of the latest drivers, install at YOUR OWN RISK of course. See therse drives as the best blend of drivers to guarantee stability sand performance. A remix set is a collection of NFORCE files that are are publicly available on the internet somewhere or another. The nForce Windows XP x64 driver package contains the below components:
Audio driver version 4.65 (WHQL vista beta)
Audio utility version 4.51
Ethernet NRM driver version 60.15 nforce 3/4 (customised whql)
Network management tools version 60.18
GART driver 4.34 (whql)
SMBus driver version 4.56 (WHQL vista beta)
SMUC Driver Version 1.14 (for future support)
Installer version 5.10
SATA RAID driver version 6.67 (customised WHQL)
IDE driver version 6.67 (nforce 3 and 4) (customised WHQL)
RAIDTOOL application version 6.73
This set is not supported by nVidia and will not be liable for any damages done to your system. You use these files at your own risk and the creator will provide as best support as possible.
Uninstall your current Ethernet Drivers COMPLETELY, before installing the nforce 3/4 ethernet drivers in this pack.
If you have previously had problems with the NVIDIA SW IDE drivers, then during the installation process, when asked if you want to install the driver, select NO. Doing so will cause windows to use the standard Microsoft driver provided with Windows. The NVIDIA SW IDE driver is not required for normal device operation.
These drivers are not programmed by us. This driver collection is not from NVIDIA, they probably wouldn't support it if you asked.