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Re: filmscanners: Which Buggy Software?

At 09:29 14-07-01 -0700, Pat Perez wrote:
>I as well try to use Matrox whenever I build a system. It helps that I don't
>play computer games, as they are sub par for that. One aspect of Matrox'
>approach toward drivers is the fact that they continue to get their drivers
>certified by Microsoft's certification lab, which means a particular driver
>is less likely to be a cause of stability problems. But they don't force to
>certified drivers on folks, and also offer the new drivers that have been
>submitted but not completed certification. Also, their cards have excellent
>display quality.

NVidia GeForce Detonator Driver ver. 12.41 is digitally signed by Microsoft 
and WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Lab) certified as well. I'm not aware of 
any stability issues. I use a GeForce card instead of a Matrox because I 
need its OpenGL performance and features. It's not for games. Matrox is a 
fine adapter but less useful than the nVidia offerings in 3D applications.

Flaky drivers could be an issue in a system with an ATI adapter.

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