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Nforce2 driver update 2.41 not available through anybody's links

By Lisubie
May 26, 2003
  1. I have a major problem with the sound chip or controller on my A7NX8 mainboard. I get sound distortion ranging from crackles and pops in media player or winamp to rhythmic, pulsing white noise bursts in Heros of Might and Magic 4.

    I have downloaded the Realtek ALC650 drivers for the chip, but I am a bit nervous about writing over the ASUS driver package. Realtek also points out many problems are controller based, not chip based.

    So, I am looking for Nforce2 chip updates. Supposedly, there is a NVidia Nforce2 version 2.41 driver update - listed on this site, as well- but no matter where I go, I get a 'page not found' message.

    I have checked to see that I accept all cookies. I have turned off my outpost firewall. I have set Opera to identify itself as Explorer. I have even used IE. So now what do I do?

    Has Nvidia changed it's mind?
     
  2. negroplasty

    negroplasty TS Maniac Posts: 537   +12

    You can't find the 2.41 nForce drivers because they have been removed from NVIDIA's site for an unknown reason. I expect you are running Windows XP, what drivers are you currently using?

    nForce Drivers: 2.03
     
  3. Shaft

    Shaft TS Rookie Posts: 100

    The reason they were removed is because many people were having trouble with the IDE driver. I've read of a number of people reinstalling windows because of it.
     
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