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    June 02, 2010

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    Ian C

    Even the latest Diver (11.9703)from Autodesks Support site does not fix all the problems found with the Nvidia professional graphics cards. and the Nvidia proformance divers still can't be used since they cause other problems. And why is that Nvidias web site is always 4 driver versions ahead of Autodesks web site but of those drivers none have been Autodesk certifide?

    Randall Young

    Hello Ian C,

    I am not sure I know what problems your are talking about here when you say "Even the latest Diver (11.9703)from Autodesks Support site does not fix all the problems found with the Nvidia professional graphics cards". Currently there are no known issues with this version of the driver, on the Autodesk side.

    We are also working with Nvidia to impove the quality of their performance driver.

    Nvidia releases new drivers about every two months. To protect our customers we do not always move to the newest driver. We only move when there is a driver we know is fully working and does not cause any regressions. This is an example of why we are not on the latest version http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/dl/item?siteID=123112&id=15178992&linkID=9240617

    If you have more questions feel free to send me an email at Randall.Young AT Autodesk DOT com

    Greg Bates

    I agree with Randall, running out and downloading the newest drivers right away has caused headaches for our customers in the past.

    Our recommendation has always been to follow the guides on the Autodesk website - let someone else have the issue so you don't have to! Thanks for the guest blog post.

    Greg Bates
    Managed Design Inc
    www.ManagedDesignInc.com

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