@ all nForcersHQ Forum users:
Within the "nForcers Drivers" section of this forum there are a lot of threads about slightly different official or unofficial nForce driver sets. In the past each nForcersHQ Forum user started a new thread, when she/he found any new nForce driver set somewhere. The only advantage of this procedure is, that the Forum visitors can see at once, that there is a new set available (inclusive the set version number). On the other hand it is not easy to find the correct thread, if Forum visitors are searching for the last official/unofficial driver set, which is compatible with their special chipset. As you all know NVIDIA will never release an AIO nForce driver set, which is usable with all nForce chipsets. That decreases the information quality of starting a new thread after each release of a new official driver set.
To make it more comfortable for the users finding the correct place for the discussion about the actual official/unofficial drivers, I would like to minimize the amount of threads by concentrating the topic of them. Since I got some moderator rights a few days ago, I am able to do it.
As a first step I have changed the title of this thread, which was started by venejo at Oct 02 2009, from "Official 15.45, 5.46 nForce packs for Windows XP/XP64" to "Official nForce XP Drivers Thread".
Users, who want to get some informations about the earlier released official NVIDIA nForce driver sets 15.23, 15.24 and 15.25, can find them >here<
(sets 15.23/15.24) and >here<
(set 15.25). I was not able to transfer them correctly into this thread, because these older threads were about Win7/Vista and XP driver sets all together. Important consequence for you:All future inputs concerning officially released nForce drivers for Windows XP (32/64bit) - inclusively reports about a new set release done by NVIDIA - should be posted into this thread.
If you have a better idea about how to get the best possible structure within the "nForce Drivers" section of the Forum, please let me know it.