Getting the correct gpu driver

Hi

I have a Dell Precision M6300 laptop/notebook with an Nvidia Quadro FX1600M 156.19 driver installed.

When I go to Nvidia’s website and try and get the correct gpu driver it tells me to go to Dell’s webiste.

When I go to Dell’s webiste and do a search for the required driver it states that there isn’t one?

Any suggestions because the nvcuda.dll isn’t in my system32 directory?

Cheers

Graham

This is a FAQ: http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/

BTW, 156.19 seems to work fine with CUDA 1.0, sot this may be an option.

An even better (but for this forum off topic) option is to install Linux, so you do not have any of this trouble :devil:

Hi

Thaks for your reply, but do you have the exact link as I typed “cuda” into the referred site’s faq-driver section and it came back with “0 finds”.

Graham

Hi

Thanks, but I’m using WinXP.

Graham

Hi

Thanks for your reply but I’m using CUDA1.1.

Graham

On that website you can download an .inf file that you can use to install the latest NVIDIA driver (those have CUDA support) on your laptop. Check the sticky post in the CUDA on Windows XP forum that details how to do it.