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What value is added by Asus in their drivers?



 
 
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Old August 7th 04, 12:31 AM
Bert Hyman
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Default What value is added by Asus in their drivers?

I've got an Asus 9180 nVidia-based video card and I've recently had a couple
of BSOD crashes traceable to ANV4DISP.DLL. I'm using Asus' drivers, V56.72
(latest from them, I think).

Does anybody know what, exactly, Asus does to the drivers that might make me
want to use them over the nVidia reference drivers?

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Bert Hyman St. Paul, MN
 




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