Nvidia GeForce Forceware 94.24 WHQL x86 (not for Vista)

Nvidia has released WHQL XP drivers not for the Geforce 8 series. This is not a beta release and is only only a 32bit. International versions are up for download. ForceWare ensures the best out-of-box experience for every user and delivers continuous performance and feature updates over the life of NVIDIA GeForce GPUs.

Release Notes:

  • WHQL Certified
  • Adds support for GeForce 7200 GS
  • NVIDIA PureVideo™ HD driver with support for the following features:
    • Hardware acceleration of H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2 HD movie formats.
    • Video post-processing image enhancements.
    • Built-in support for HDCP content protection protocol via DVI or HDMI connectors.
  • Includes the new NVIDIA Control Panel
  • Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0c and OpenGL® 2.0 support
Download 94.24 for: XP/XP MCE x86
Link: Home Page | Driver Page

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A few lies from nvidia this time, with 94.24...

"Includes the new NVIDIA Control Panel." -- WRONG, it's gone in this driver version! Probably removed since they removed the temperature monitor from the 100 series, so they figured better remove whole new control panel from 90 series so the old users still have temp. monitoring. lol

"For a full list of fixes issues, please view the release notes." -- WRONG, no link anywhere on the 94.24 web page!

Says GeForce4 MX 4000 in list of products supported, but its not when try to update an old system.

wtf nvidia? Vista really screwed them up lately. heh

UPDATE: Now 94.24 was pulled! LOL (93.71 on the site again)

UPDATE 2: Ah, so this is what they're doing now... http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

Anyone know where one can find the official Release Notes? There are none on Nvidia's website or anywhere I can find??

the 64-bit link is wrong...moreover, there is no 64bit version of 94.24 yet!

anyway, shame they aren't *officially* signed for geforce4 series (but at least they don't blue screen - which the post-100 ones do)

yeah i know i was wondering what was going on to. but it's nice to see they finally updated there drivers for the Geforce 7 series of cards.

Bah...i've been using leaked drivers 160.02 from guru3d.com and they perform amazingly.
Oh well...its good to have a refresh on the official ones once in a while...

Ap0X said,
Bah...i've been using leaked drivers 160.02 from guru3d.com and they perform amazingly.
Oh well...its good to have a refresh on the official ones once in a while...

I'm using 160.03.

I don't like how these new 1xx drivers make you install ntune for temp monitoring.

Bah, I'm using the 158.16's now on a 6600, so screw you Nvidia that I had to use a hacked inf file in the first place!

But it's ok, in 4 days I'll be running the 158.16's on a 8800GTX

About time. I was wondering whether they were going to be releasing any new drivers for their "legacy" products. All the recent releases have been for the 8 series and they've been coming hard and fast. Nice to see that NVIDIA haven't left the rest of us in the dust just yet.