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Nvidia 'delays' key Vista driver release ten months

That's what the website said...

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Nvidia inadvertently - we hope - yesterday told its customers they will have to wait until 6PM Pacific Time on 30 December for a crucial Windows Vista driver update for its GeForce line of GPUs. Reg Hardware readers looking for the software last night were presented with the following screen...

nvidia delays windows vista driver release
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"The page you have requested is currently undergoing maintenance and will be available again by December 30th at 6:00 PM PST," is what it says.

Well, we're pleased to report that Nvidia's engineers pulled their collective finger out and in a mammoth coding session completed the release in the small hours of the morning, well ahead of that end-of-year schedule, and posted them online for all to download.

Thanks to readers Thomas and Glynn, and all the others who reported this

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