Free download and instructions for installing the NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4800 SE Video Card Driver for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME. For those who have lost the installation CD.
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This page was last reviewed on January 13, 2013 to ensure all drivers are up-to-date.
To install the NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4800 SE Video Card driver, download the version of the driver that corresponds to your operating system
by clicking on the appropriate link above. A window should then show up asking you where you would like to save the file. Save the driver file somewhere
on your computer where you will be easily able to find it, such as your desktop. Then follow the instructions below corresponding to the file type that you
exe (Executable File)
Go to the location where you saved the file and double click on the file. Then simply follow the on-screen instructions for installing the driver.
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|Kaan on November 29, 2015|
|Funny this gets posted today. I just had a bad bout with xpx yeasdrety which led to several crash report being sent. For now I would like to think my issues were not nivida related. However I am very confused at zeroing in on performance related issues. With 10.10r3 and frede custom scenery down south, anytime I went to any of his airports, I crashed. I think I solved that with updating opensceneryx, but I had issues with FPS sucking really bad. Last time I had this issue, it turned out to be Joan's NOAA plugin, wasnt the case this time with any plugins. Being that I did not want to mess with any of my settings, I started back tracking settings. As you stated, cars were hurting fps bad, trees nothing, making the rez smaller, nothing. So I went in and did the old nuking of prefs and worked my way back up. I am now running the same settings I had prior to installing r3 with similar to better frame rates(which is great). I will do more testing, but it also seems I get better fps with HDR on at night. Questions. What is going on when prefs are deleted? Is there some hidden voodoo that gets cleared out? I take it custom scenery can crash the whole sim? Prior to nuking my prefs, I did remove all plugins and custom scenery before messing with graphics settings( because they were working fine before). I also loaded simple planes(gliders) to make sure the good ole 757 wasnt the problem. It seemed all of this was cleared up as soon as I deleted all prefs? Do you recommend nuking to be the first step after an upgrade?More to ask you about the log file in the future, work calls me now!Thanks keep up the good work!|
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