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Browncoat

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Its probably a good thing I held on to my pre-186.xx drivers,
now their search tool doesn't even recognizes 2000.

Always meant to download 175.16 but never got around to using it.

I've always used 169.21 as its been most stable on both the expired eMachine
with XP Home and a 7300 as well as the 2k machines with the 8600GT.
Now that I've given up and moving to XP/W7 anybody got a safe place to
store these drivers for possible posterity or maybe you already know of a cyber-vault?


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nVIDIA is actually doing pretty good job when it comes to their graphic drivers :)

http://www.nvidia.co...2k_archive.html

You can also change the URLs to get the exact version like this: http://www.nvidia.co...ct/winxp_169.21
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Unofficial Service Pack 5.2 for MS Windows 2000 <- use this topic if you need help with UURollup, Update Rollup 2 and other unofficial packages

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You can also find ATI/nVidia drivers on www.filehippo.com along with a lot of useful computer programs, along with their legacy builds.

Daily running Windows 2000 Pro SP4 and Windows 98 Second Edition

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Yep. shoulda known.....been geezing out a lot lately......i blame the lipitor.

my bad. :wub:

Now looking for some used 'QUE' books on XP and W7.




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