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Edius 6.08 and the new Nvidia driver problem. help!

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by ulixi, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. ulixi

    ulixi Guest

    Hi, I use Edius 6.08 for video editing with NVIDIA 470 video card and
    Win 7 x64. Today I have installed the new driver of Nvidia, it is:
    and now I have many problems with Edius. On other words, when I open
    Edius and above all "Print to file" it shows a strange windows. It is
    gray almost white and with many illegible words. When I click with
    mouse on those words illegible words, them appear. Why do I get this
    problem? I have unistalled Nvidia driver and installed it again but
    the problem is the same. Is it better I unistall Edius and install it
    again or is better to replace the new driver with the older one?
    Thanks for your suggestions.
    ulixi, Dec 18, 2012
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  2. ulixi

    Paul Guest

    Look for an option in the Device Manager entry for the
    video card, that says "roll back driver". That will return
    you to the working driver.


    "Roll Back Driver" is the third button down.


    Roll back, works for one level only. If you had an old driver,
    then installed 310.70, you can return to the old driver, but
    cannot go back any further in time to an even older driver.
    This feature is not "infinite undo" or anything.

    System Restore is another option, but you have to be
    careful with that, especially if you haven't configured it

    And doing backups on C:, is yet another way to clean up
    a mess. You can restore from the last good backup you did,
    where everything was working nicely.

    Paul, Dec 18, 2012
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