PlutonianEmpire wrote:How do we save our original drivers in case the new drivers somehow don't work?
john Van Vliet wrote:as far as i know there is relay nothing you can do .
in a regular update you go to "windows update" using IE 7 or 8
select "custom update" ( DO NOT USE EXPRESS UPDATE)then when you see the nvidia driver you expand the description and there is a check box that says " do not show me this again"
but that ONLY works if MS dose not flag the update as a SECURITY update .
your best bet is to KEEP the nvidia driver up to date from the nvidia web site . that way YOUR installed version is the same or NEWER than the one in the MS update . That way MS's gl disabled driver will not install .
but with a service pack the ONLY thing you can do is to uninstall MS's driver and install nvidia's driver
"nVidia setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit."
PlutonianEmpire wrote:Thank you Fridger for your information! It was a lot of help!
Perhaps this info could be added to the Original Post?
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