Published by Nvidia on 26 Mar 2010
Updated26 Mar 2010
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"Release Notes: * Beta release of"Release Notes:
* Beta release of driver package for nForce 590 SLI, nForce 570 SLI, nForce 570 Ultra, nForce 550 motherboards.
* WHQL candidate
* Uninstall any existing nForce networking drivers prior to installing this package.
* Windows XP users must install Service Pack 1, at a minimum, prior to attempting to install this package. Failure to do so will result in the inability to support USB 2.0.
* Installation of DirectX 9.0 or higher is required in order to use NVMixer.
Windows XP/2000 Driver Versions:
* Ethernet Driver (v60.15)
* Network Management Tools (v60.16)
* SMBus Driver (v4.52) "WHQL"
* Installer (v5.08)
* WinXP IDE SataRAID Driver (v6.67) "WHQL"
* WinXP IDE SataIDE Driver (v6.67) "WHQL"
* WinXP RAIDTOOL Application (v6.69) RAIDTOOL application version 5.52
Before installing version 9.34 of nVIDIA nForce 500 Series Beta Driver for Windows make sure this is the latest version available and that it works with your current operating system and device model. If the driver contains release notes ("readme" files) proceed with reading them first. Second recommended step is creating a restore point to help you later on in case you install the wrong device driver. Note that some drivers will work instantly after installing them, but others will require a system restart in order to function properly.
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