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  1. I've recently upgraded my Dell Precision m6800 and clean installed windows. I've installed a GTX 980m and can't upgrade past the 388.13 driver as 461 fails to recognize the card. I have looked into modding the latest driver and have found that My formatted hardware ID appears four times without my laptop ID(15cd). Here is my ID: %NVIDIA_DEV.13D7.15cd.1028% = Section248, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_13D7&SUBSYS_15CD1028 And one I found: %NVIDIA_DEV.13D7.05AB.1028% = Section043, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_13D7&SUBSYS_05AB1028 Here is one with the Nvidia card originally shipped in a different model of my laptop(NVIDIA Quadro K2200M) %NVIDIA_DEV.13B3.15CD.1028% = Section032, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_13B3&SUBSYS_15CD1028 Notice How the Card ID and Manufacturer ID are the same but are missing the Laptop Model ID. I can't get the mod in nvdmi.inf to work, and it appears to be that in 388 it's recognizing the card via nv_dispi.inf. Once I added the line I found in 388.17/nv_dispi.inf to the latest nv_dispi.inf It recognizes the card during setup and upon enabling testsigning and disabling integrity checks finishes the install without errors. Upon further inspection the right-click menu didn't include the nvidia control panel and the one installed in the start menu didn't work, along with many graphical glitches in games including portal. I have no Idea what to do now.
  2. I have recently upgraded my laptop(an M6800 firepro 6100) and replaced it with an GTX 980m. Nvidia says that the latest driver(461) supports my card but i can only install up to 388.13 Ive tried to mod it but i can't figure it out. I can run the latest linux driver tho
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