Drivers for Geforce 4 mx 440? 5 replies

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Dæmon

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#1 15 years ago

Ok, I have just bought half life 2, and it ran reasonably well on my computer, But Steam kept saying that I needed to download new drivers, and so i did... I hoped... The problem is now, Half life 2 runs worse, Steam still says I need to download new drivers, and my older games like Call of duty, United offensive wont run because of a OpenGL error... Does anyone know what the problem is? Or could anyone give me the exact link where I need to download the right drivers for my Nvidia Geforce 4 mx 440? Thanks in advance!

My current driver version is: 6.14.10.5673...




Guns4Hire

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#2 15 years ago
Eagle One

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#3 15 years ago

if you can, get a new graphics card, that will help more than any driver ever will




Dæmon

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#4 15 years ago
BeeF FlaPshttp://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_66.93

Ahh yes I tried it a few times after i posted this thread and redownloaded it... I think the problem was, that i uninstalled the old drivers and immediatly installed the new ones without restarting, but anyway thanks mate! Have no problems with my games now!

Eagle one, I know it has been posted many times before but the best card i can get here is a Geforce 5200... which is still pretty bad.

PS: lol beef flaps is your avatar from www.pwned.nl?? :naughty:




Eagle One

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#5 15 years ago

save up and getta new motherboard, cpu and get a AGP 8x graphics card, or if u wanna stretch things, get a PCI-e 16x




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#6 15 years ago

How does hl2 run on your mx440? Also what are your video setting? Just curious