Nvidia is scrambling to improve the low performance of its graphic-card drivers on Windows Vista. The maker of the GeForce graphic processors and related daughterboard products has received lots of flack from gamers who say their computer games crashed as a result of Nvidia drivers that have proven to be incompatible with Microsoft's latest operating system. Nvidia has acknowledged that its Vista drivers haven't performed as well as they should, and said in an e-mail on Wednesday that driver development for Vista is "the highest priority in our company."
"We are working diligently to make sure we achieve and maintain the level of driver quality and reliability that Nvidia is known for," Nvidia spokesman Brian Burke said. "Over the coming weeks, Nvidia and our partners, along with the industry will continue to update Windows Vista drivers to ensure maximum performance on 3D applications and add feature support." Current Nvidia drivers designated as compatible for Vista include the v96.85 for GeForce FX Series, the v97.46 for GeForce 6 and GeForce 7 Series, and the v100.59 beta driver for GeForce6, GeForce 7 and GeForce 8800.