Nvidia invites users to report Vista driver bugs

— 12:01 AM on February 9, 2007

WHQL-certified Vista drivers for Nvidia's latest graphics cards have yet to be released, but at least the company doesn't appear oblivious to building user discontent. In addition to announcing its new plans to switch to a monthly driver update schedule, the company has put up a quality assurance page on its website. The page contains links to Vista drivers for GeForce FX, GeForce 6, GeForce 7, and GeForce 8 graphics cards as well as nForce4, nForce 500, and nForce 600 series chipsets. More importantly, there's also a bug report page where Vista users can let Nvidia know about driver problems. Nvidia says its product managers will review bug reports daily and even contact users to help resolve issues.

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