What Vista drivers are you waiting for?


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richardsim7
Waiting for the damned acer drivers for my TravelMate 4400. I would have kept vista on here but I couldn't activate my wireless because the drivers for acer's hotkey system weren't available yet.

I'm sure there must have been some sort of manual way to activate the wireles?? :s

Oh, and btw, LOVE Metallica :D

-Rich-

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ManMountain

Reliable Nvidia drivers.

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Tamatea

lol, I can change my webcam and scanner but I'm really waiting for a good sound blaster driver (X-fi). Vista (and computer) is quite useless without.

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riahc3
Creative - to release non-craptastic drivers for my Audigy 2 ZS and XFi

x2

I want EAX support for me Audigy 2 ZS.

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jtversky

I'm waiting for an nvidia driver that doesn't cause my laptop to crash...current drivers work fine on my desktop with my 7950GX2, but everything after the RC2 release causes my laptop with a 5700go to blue screen at startup...while Aero works fine with the RC2 drivers, i'd really like to be able to use final code drivers 4 (almost 5) months after the OS went RTM

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FocusX

Creative drivers for my Audigy 2 Platinum EX as well...SPDIF doesn't work, sound is awful... but I don't expect much, it's Creative after all

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OPaul

Nvidia drivers that don't run CS:Source considerably slower then XP. Also, for ATI to release a PVR from the 550s, but that's an application not driver. After those two I'll be ready to make the switch.

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raskren

Like most people in this thread:

NVIDIA

Creative

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PGHammer
Just found out that Intel Proset does not work in Vista! So no wireless for me at work coz they use LEAP at work.

Intel PROset is available for their *wired* NICs for Vista (most iterations of the Intel 875P AGPset also include a built-in version of the Intel PRO/1000CT gigabit Ethernet NIC; the latest Vista drivers for this NIC include a Vista-specific version of PROset); however, they haven't created new *wireless* NIC drivers yet.

Drivers I am waiting for: *none*! I have full Vista driver support for everything, including my Audigy 2 ZS.

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nero78

I waiting FOREVER for nVidia drivers with nview. Take you time nvidia. No one's waiting...

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Nexx295

I'm waiting for some decent nVidia GeForce FX 5200 drivers before I purchase an nVidia DX10 card this summer.

I was also waiting for the drivers for my old printer, Lexmark X74, but it looks like it might take forever so yesterday I bought a new printer, HP PSC 1510, which already has drivers for Vista.

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family guy

For people looking for Creative drivers, have you tried 2.12.0002 (Released March 16, 2007)? They work fine for me so far

Vista 32bit/64bit

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El-Diablo

new creative drivers eh... well i will finally have the internet at home again tonite, so i will give them a shot. But those don't seem to have the surround mixer or anything which is hurting.

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daniel_rh

Video, Final driver for my 7900GT... I'm happy with the latest but it could be better

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tpor_again

No need for drivers, my Ultimate runs smoooootly and stable.

Vista FOREVER!!!!

Or at least for next few years, i guess... :rolleyes:

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family guy
new creative drivers eh... well i will finally have the internet at home again tonite, so i will give them a shot. But those don't seem to have the surround mixer or anything which is hurting.

Theres a discussion on them here. I haven't had any problems, but I don't use 5.1 or anything yet either. So that may be where people are having issues with them. But they work fine for me :D

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v0ltage789

nvidia / creative - a popular opinion.

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dhavalhirdhav

ofcourse nVidia..

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6785077276

Nvidia/creative drivers...

I can't even install Vista with AHCI mode enabled in my BIOS.

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El-Diablo

ahh, those new creative drivers actually work alot better.

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jporter

N V I D I A / Creative.

Doing my head in with the "knvldmm error" or however it is spelled again. Tripping so badly right now.

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+bomberh

I have been contacting Freecom for ages asking when their drivers for the DVB-T USB stick will be available. However, they were unable to tell me. In fact they said that they would be ready mid March.

Well they are still not available. I have had it with Freecom, so I have dispensed with their DVB-T stick and purchased the Hauppauge WinTV-HVR 900 (USB) which has up to date software and drivers, and works great with Vista.

I don?t think I will be purchasing any more Freecom products.

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Vice

I want new NVIDIA drivers. Everything else is working fine.

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BreakingBenjamin

Definitely NVIDIA. I seriously need my TV gets detected :/

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Max

nVidia. Performance is poor and my customers are complaining that their 8800GTX's in SLI arn't working properly... :wacko:

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