Nvidia nForce Version 15.00 for Vista

nForce 430/410/405/400 with Integrated Graphics Version 15.00 - WHQL driver package for nForce 430/410/405/400 with Integrated Graphics motherboards

Windows Vista Driver Versions

  • Ethernet Driver (v65.55) WHQL
  • SMBus Driver (v4.60) WHQL
  • Installer (v5.40)
  • IDE SataRAID Driver (v9.31) WHQL
  • IDE SataIDE Driver (v9.31) WHQL
  • RAIDTOOL Application (v9.31)
  • SMU (v1.23) WHQL
  • Display Driver (v97.54) WHQL
Download for: Vista 32-bit [69.2 MB] | Vista 64-bit [79.0 MB]
News source: Nvidia

nForce 570 SLI/570/550 AMD and nForce 680i SLI Version 15.00 - WHQL driver package for nForce 570 SLI AMD motherboards and nForce 680i SLI motherboards

Windows Vista Driver Versions

  • Ethernet Driver (v65.55) WHQL
  • SMBus Driver (v4.60) WHQL
  • Installer (v5.40)
  • IDE SataRAID Driver (v9.31) WHQL
  • IDE SataIDE Driver (v9.31) WHQL
  • RAIDTOOL Application (v9.31)
  • SMU (v1.23) WHQL
Download for: Vista 32-bit [19.67 MB] | Vista 64-bit [20.51 MB]
News source: Nvidia

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After installing the sata driver manually, the disks now became SCSI disks and they are all set to PIO mode.
I'll have to rollback I guess.
I think the network driver was the only one that installed like it should.
What a shame.

These drivers are still not working as they should. I installed them on my nForce4, and the SATA/IDE drivers are not installed at all. If I install them manually, they don't work correctly. Oh my god, what the hell is nVidia paying their employers for ? Thanks god it's not my company. And no one forces me to ever buy again a nVidia mainboard.

OMG, I read in a forum ( I think Neowin) that installing motherboard drivers deactivated their windows...well I think they're right. Installing these made me reactivate, that is completely unacceptable!!

Yes, as Windows considers a Motherboard a major upgrade a.k.a. a new license. But on retail versions of Vista Ultimate allows for reactivation.

This is now common knowledge all over the web.

These are the Vista drivers, and as you know, Vista isn't 100% yet. Maybe it's protected by Vista permissions, or maybe the next set of drivers will fix it.

OmegaHack just to confirm this is from the other link in the thread? I have an Asus nforce 4 motherboard, guess I won't try it just yet.

Yeah, sorry about that. The original post did have identical links - then again, not many people out there have the 6 series yet (but one day I'll be on there, hopefully).

:: Lyon :: said,
Argh.. too bad I'm using a Gigabyte motherboard :{

why is that a problem.

I have a Gigabyte GA-8N-SLI mobo, and it has an nVidia nForce4 SLI edition northbridge chip.

I presume that I can safely install the relevant files, and everything will be ok.

Yeah the last driver for nforce4 (the old amd version) came out in june I think and before that there was one from 4 months earlier.
I have no exact dates but you get the picture.
Great news if they work well, especially good for people with raid arrays, I suppose

works great of my laptop nforce 410/430 with my geforce go, it fixes the problem in device manager in vista64 for unknown coprocessor.

took nvidia WAYY too long though, there werent even any betas that i could have used.