NVIDIA Network Drivers

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NVIDIA Network Drivers

Postby appleton1 » Thu Apr 30, 2009 3:57 pm

Anyone had much luck with NVIDIA drivers with the UDA?

I keep getting BSOD's. :-(

I'm using MCP73 chipset. I have tried NVIDIAMCP73_RIS_6753 and NVIDIA_RIS_V6772 versions.

It loads the nvnrm.sys driver and then blue screens after that. I am usng Aviad version, though I am guessing the problem occurs on the normal version as well. I looked at the PDF file from NVIDIA and it seems to want files in the I836 folder. The NRM files need to be in an \$oem$\$1\Driver\Nic folder. This is different to UDA standards, so any ideas please? :-)

I noticed in the log file that it requested the NvNrm.SYS file (case senistive). I renamed the file to this so that the driver would load, otherwise it would do code 21 (file missing) error.

Thanks for any help.

Appleton1 :)
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Re: NVIDIA Network Drivers

Postby lighting123 » Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:58 am

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