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Windows 2000

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  1. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    Don't go off-topic guys. Create a separate topic for AMD-ish issues. I don't have lots of options here as the Nvidia GTX 1050Ti isn't supported by neither of those drivers, so the only way to get around it is to mod the .inf file by adding the hardware IDs, which only works on 372.70. Absolutely no other driver has either enabled aero or had any type of 3d acceleration.
  2. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    I didn't know that.. I might try EVGA's one. I'm using Softpedia's one. UPDATE: Don't even bother with EVGA's driver. It is not going to work.
  3. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    That's the only driver that works for me. @2008WindowsVista Well, I might try Windows 7's driver, but I do not have any hope in getting it to work, as it is one of the later 380 versions.
  4. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    @2008WindowsVista When I saw the screenshot with that Dolphin and Sponge Bob thingy, I just couldn't hold myself but try it. Surprisingly enough, everything was buttery smooth at 4K 60FPS (including cutscenes, which seemed more demanding than the game itself) and the GPU was working wonderfully, including the fan. I just wish I could say the same for heavier 3D applications. Less than 10FPS with constant 100% GPU load, but surprisingly the GPU stays under 40C, which is a proof that heavier 3D applications can't use the GPU properly. (The screenshots below are on two completely different games from 2011-2012.)
  5. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    @burd It was a hell of a lot worse than Microsoft's integrated video driver in Windows. @Dibya The PC is completely compatible with Windows Vista (as I have been using it for some time, before getting the new GPU) and all 3D applications that I've tested so far, must work on my PC flawlessly.
  6. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    Alright. One problem's out. I've tried it on Windows 7 and apparently the fan doesn't start until a certain degree, which means that it wasn't Windows Vista's fault on that. The only problem left now is the terrible performance on 3D applications. I will now try installing the latest official Nvidia driver on Vista by adding the hardware IDs and share the results here. UPDATE: Definitely no hope in getting 365.19 to work. The system just crashes and once you reboot it, you get flooded by error messages (which don't seem to go away) and awful graphical glitches.
  7. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    Thank you for your reply. I didn't have those updates installed (except SP2), but even after installing them and rebooting the computer, the graphics card performed ridiculously bad on a game from 2005. The game is GTA San Andreas and it was running with roughly around 10 FPS on avg. I've also noticed by the screenshot that for some reason the graphics card's fan doesn't work at all in Vista. EDIT: Just noticed one more thing. 3D Applications (ex: games after 2004) run perfectly fine for the first 10 seconds of gameplay and then the FPS drops drastically.
  8. Nvidia Pascal Graphics Card Issue

    Hello. Today I've installed Windows Vista on my main PC with an Nvidia GTX 1050Ti. I knew that there weren't any drivers for that OS, but I was almost completely sure that I would be able to get around that and I was right. Everything is installed and seemingly works fine, but once I start almost any game after 2002, the GPU usage goes up to 100% with progressively increasing temperature of the card as time goes and nearly all games are unplayable with around 5fps on average. I'm using modified 372.70 graphics driver. Aero is working. Video playback is smooth even in 1080p 60fps. I'm just confused. Should I try any other driver versions?
  9. Backporting latest Nvdia And AMD driver to XP

    I'd really like to see Pascal drivers for Windows XP.
  10. Nvidia 1000series GFX drivers

    Modding doesn't work either. If you try hard enough, you can get the driver to install, but the video card "doesn't start" according to Device Manager. And no. I don't think that you can get this video card to work on Windows 2000, but I might try it later this week.
  11. Nvidia GTX 1050Ti

    I did not document it, but there was actually a topic in this forum where I was asking once again, how to get the GPU to work. Otherwise, I don't remember what I exactly did, but I remember that it was an absolute hell. It was on that same machine with that motherboard and all other devices.
  12. Nvidia GTX 1050Ti

    I just noticed that even the NVIDIA High Definition Audio driver, which came with the display driver, is working just fine.
  13. Nvidia GTX 1050Ti

    Yes, it was the on the same computer, but with GTX 560. The motherboard was ASRock H61M-DGS and it was a hell on earth to completely get it to work, but after a few weeks, I've got everything to work.
  14. Nvidia GTX 1050Ti

    My old hard drive had Windows 2000, but it died a month ago.
  15. Nvidia GTX 1050Ti

    Well, for now I'm going to just dual-boot Windows XP and Windows 7, but I'd really like to see a driver for my graphics card. Good luck with that.
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