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rivatuner 2.09 forceware 175.75 problem!!

Discussion in 'Gateway and eMachines' started by gselsidi, May 26, 2008.

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  1. gselsidi

    gselsidi Notebook Evangelist

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    hi guys i have the latest 175.75 forceware drivers installed

    first when i install rivatuner 2.09 it says drivers couldnt be installed because they arent digitally signed, then i opened the 64.sys file in the folder and chose to open it with rivatuner to use it and i guess it works i do now know.

    i just uninstalled and reinstalled and now it didnt give me that same problem, do i guess somehow it worked.

    my geforce 8800m gts gets detected but i cant change anything on it, see the picture below when i click the customize tab the video card doesnt show up

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    i have windows home premium x64 installed on the 6830 i guess the fx from best buy

    any1 know what i can do???
     

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  2. johnksss

    johnksss Over Clock Master

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    you will need to use ntune for overclocking with the new drivers.
     
  3. gselsidi

    gselsidi Notebook Evangelist

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    no i can over clock the overclock works its just the other settings dont
     
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    i wanted to try and do a soft mod and stuff because the overclocking feature is open through the forceware overclock
     
  5. johnksss

    johnksss Over Clock Master

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    hummmmm,really?

    because i just reinstalled rivatuner right now and it still shows them bogus clocks of 383/767/301 for 3d and since your card is using the 4th set of clocks called extra. cant see how your over clocking the gpu, cept for when it drops to 3d clock mode from 4th or extra mode. and my slider will only go as high as 575/1150/455 which isn't to helpful since the card is stock at 500/799

    im using rivatuner 2.09

    what did you do to get it to work right?????
     
  6. gselsidi

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    sorry i didnt mean i overclocked it the driver customize menu shows my video card the menu above that does not show the video card, but same with it shows bogus clocks, ntune is the only thing that reads them correctly at 500/799

    \i was just saying that the option is there not that it works, when you click on the geforce 8800m gts customize menu does your video card show up? look at my picture it doesnt show up for me
     
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    johnksss Over Clock Master

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    you got me...not sure what your getting at... sorry....
     
  8. gselsidi

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    look at the picture i have attached please you see the pop before all those options theres supposed to be the graphics driver option to customize that which there isnt, do me a favor and open your rivatuner and click customize and tell me if yours shows up or if its the same as mine
     
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    johnksss Over Clock Master

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    didn't even think the laptops have that option... low level system settings.

    and no....that's for fan control
     
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