ForceWare 61.77 Windows 2000|XP

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ForceWare Logo (200 x 30)Wowzers, that was quick. NVIDIA has now released their newest set of drivers, just a few days after their last official release, with the 61.77 Forceware drivers. Be sure to check the Release Notes (v61.77). The drivers have international language files included. If you give the drivers a try then be sure to let us know your experiences in our NVIDIA driver forums.

Release Highlights:

  • Add support for GeForce 6800 series
  • Complete support for NVIDIA PCI Express GPUs
  • Consumer electronic display support for DVI-based digital displays, such as widescreen plasma screens (CEA/EIA-861B)
  • QuickZoom ease eye strain and enable ergonomic computing with easy Windows magnification
  • Updated application profiles allow users to assign multiple profiles for each application
  • Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0c and OpenGL® 1.5 support

Issues Resolved in Version 61.77:

  • Added support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0c
  • Windows XP: nView Desktop Manager causes Response Time Logger to use 98% of CPU resources.
  • GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, Windows XP: SimCity 4 shows smearing with 2xQ antialiasing enabled.
  • Windows XP: DualView Performance mode doesn't work
  • Windows XP, GeForce FX 5600: Enter key does not perform the intended actions in the NVIDIA control panel.
  • Quadro FX 1100, Windows XP: Mouse pointer is blurry when moved to the right side of the LCD
  • Windows XP, Quadro FX 3000, T221 Display: Windows MediaPlayer becomes pink/green with two T221 monitors rotated.
  • Windows XP: Double-clicked Outlook messages sometimes end up underneath other windows.
  • Quadro4 980XGL/Quadro FX1000, Windows 2000: Altair Engineering HyperMesh6.0 has problems with model contour color and rubber band operation.
  • Quadro4/Quadro FX: Psychedelic colors fill �Halo: Combat Evolved� when the game brightness is set very low.
  • GeForce FX 5600: Far Cry has rendering corruption at high resolutions.
  • GeForce4 Ti 4600, GeForce FX 5700, Windows XP: �Error in module nvcpl.dll� when cutting an MPEG-2 file from within Windows Explorer.
  • GeForce FX 5700 Ultra: Far Cry corruption
  • GeForce 6800, GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, Windows XP: Corruption at 1280x1024 and 1600x1200 with Flight Simulator 2004 in-game menu.
  • GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, Windows XP: Background object lighting wrong in Need for Speed Underground.
  • GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, Windows XP: Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow: Rain splashes do not appear.
  • Perimeter: Texture mode is wrapping instead of mirroring.
  • NVTV, GeForce 5950 Ultra, Windows XP Media Center Edition: No full screen video mirroring when a WMV file is played in a Media Center Edition application.
  • GeForce FX 5700, Personal Cinema, Windows XP: When using video mirror with TV, switching between TV and DVD corrupts the video mirror.
  • Corruption with 3D stereo in Battlefield Vietnam 1.0.
  • GeForce 6800: Far Cry performance is slower than expected.
  • GeForce FX 5700, Windows XP: Launching MPEG files from "Play on my TV" option causes blue-screen crash.
  • GeForce 5950 Ultra, Windows XP: In Metal of Honor - Breakthrough, the volumetric smoke has low pixel precision.
  • GeForce FX Go5100/5200, Windows XP: Blue-screen crash occurs while playing a DVD in LCD/TV Clone mode and rotating the LCD to 90 or 180 degrees
  • GeForce 5900: Crash occurs on shutdown of multithreaded applications.
  • GeForce FX, Windows ME/Windows XP: With 4x (or greater) antialiasing enabled, the Options menu text in the game Spellforce appears only when the mouse cursor hovers over it.
  • GeForce 6800, Windows XP: Corruption after screen shot attempted with antialiasing enabled in Far Cry.
  • GeForce FX, Windows ME/Windows XP: With 4x (or greater) antialiasing enabled, the Options menu text in the game Spellforce appears only when the mouse cursor hovers over it.

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