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Hello all! I really hope I'm not breaking any rules or anything by doing this, but I have a quick question.

I'm currently using svl7's 770m inf. file for driver version 320.49 for my Alienware M15x. It works awesomely, and svl7 is a lifesaver, but I've had this particular driver for a good bit over a year now, and I was just wondering if he had maybe released a more up-to-date inf. file for the newer drivers for the 770m for the Alienware M15x.

I noticed the newer drivers use a inf. file with the name "nvcvi" as opposed to "nvcvn".

Thanks again everyone for y'all's help!

P.S. My OS is Windows 7 Home Premium 64x

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Yea I just got a 770m and ive been trying to get the drivers to work on my m15x and ive had no luck. Any tips?

Edit. Never mind finally got it. Now just to get the audio to work...

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