Monday, July 6th 2009

GeForce 186.24 Beta Drivers Leaked

NVIDIA's upcoming beta driver suite has been leaked by sections of the Chinese media. The new driver, GeForce 186.24 (6.14.11.8624) is dated 23/06/2009, and follows the release of 186.18 by over two weeks. Due to the lack of a release-notes document from NVIDIA, not much is known about this released except that it expands the supported products list significantly, adding several IGPs and some GPUs belonging to the new 40 nm GT21x series. Be cautioned, this is a beta release that does not originate from NVIDIA's website, and is not guaranteed.

DOWNLOAD: GeForce 186.24 BETA for Windows 7/Vista 64-bit | Windows 7/Vista 32-bit | Windows XP 64-bit | Windows XP 32-bitSource: XFastest
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16 Comments on GeForce 186.24 Beta Drivers Leaked

#1
pabloc74
nvidia: what the fuc* are you doing with the drivers because i still have problems with ...

nvlddmkm stopped responding and has recovered


:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
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#2
NJuice
by: pabloc74
nvidia: what the fuc* are you doing with the drivers because i still have problems with ...

nvlddmkm stopped responding and has recovered


:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
Could be a dying card. Mine did that all the time and I had to RMA it... three times in the past year.
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#3
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
could be a high OC if you OC high it will be stable at the dektop or in some games sometimes but if you boot something like crysis the card cant handle the clocks or its drawing way to much power because of the clocks so the card trips if your oc'ing tone it down. see what happens.
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#4
Weer
by: pabloc74
nvidia: what the fuc* are you doing with the drivers because i still have problems with ...

nvlddmkm stopped responding and has recovered


:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
Some drivers are more prone towards this. I've been having it for a year and a half. But, it's your computer's overall stability that causes the crashes. If you had 680i, that would be the first thing I'd look into to - my Q6600 was overclocked and it kept happening. Now, it's at stock because of nvlddmkm.
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#5
pabloc74
no way, p45 chipset, corsair 1000w, 4 gigs, q9550, all STOCK, no OC, i can play during hours l4d, cod4, ghostbusters, transformers 2..

the only way that i find it's disable multi-gpu (i have 1 gtx295), when i disable the multi-gpu the games with problems works fine, mirror's edge, grid, dirt.

i find on google a lot of info and a lots of users with the same problem, on ati & nvidia, the problem it's on the fuck*ng vista, i hope win 7 final will be perfect than the last RC, and i hope that the problem dissapear
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#6
FilipM
Mine does it since day 1 if i overclock it too much, so i wouldn worry about it. Some drivers are very prone to it, on some i can oc much higher
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#7
phanbuey
You realize that there is a registry hack that keeps the driver from crashing and restarting like that in vista. You can turn the recovery feature off - worked like a charm for me. - may work for you.
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#8
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
by: phanbuey
You realize that there is a registry hack that keeps the driver from crashing and restarting like that in vista. You can turn the recovery feature off - worked like a charm for me. - may work for you.
really whats the mod?
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#9
SK-1
Subscribed..., mod sounds interesting.
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#10
Bundy
by: Weer
Some drivers are more prone towards this. I've been having it for a year and a half. But, it's your computer's overall stability that causes the crashes. If you had 680i, that would be the first thing I'd look into to - my Q6600 was overclocked and it kept happening. Now, it's at stock because of nvlddmkm.
That is possibly because you are CPU limited with a stock speed of 2.4GHz.

I had the same issue with an 8800Ultra, overclocking beyond 2.8GHz caused crashes - that is until I adjusted fan speeds. Even then, I found that wasn't enough during summer, so I bought aftermarket GPU cooling and have never had the dreaded nvlddmkm since. This was on both 680i and x48 boards, using E6320 and Q6700.
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#11
phanbuey
This is the registry mod. Set the TDR level to 0 to disable detection.
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/device/display/wddm_timeout.mspx

http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=518749
Also do this - conflicting software may hang the driver long enough for Vista to think that the proverbial fan is revolving in sh*t.

Basically, your driver would not crash in XP - the recovery feature is new to Vista, if you disable it, Vista will act more like XP and will no longer crash - this mod is not necessary for Win 7 as it rocks my socks.
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#12
pabloc74
by: phanbuey
This is the registry mod. Set the TDR level to 0 to disable detection.
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/device/display/wddm_timeout.mspx

http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=518749
Also do this - conflicting software may hang the driver long enough for Vista to think that the proverbial fan is revolving in sh*t.

Basically, your driver would not crash in XP - the recovery feature is new to Vista, if you disable it, Vista will act more like XP and will no longer crash - this mod is not necessary for Win 7 as it rocks my socks.
i hope that solves my solution, i post later

PD: so, let me see if i understand, i have to create a new d-word called TdrLevel value with "0" and nothing else?
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#15
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
i dont have that reg key?
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#16
pabloc74
by: phanbuey
have you tried the OC forums fix?
no, i tried a lot of times and i don't want to do it again because don't work:laugh:

by: Solaris17
i dont have that reg key?
i don't have, i create it
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