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graphics card

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07-31-2012 04:54 PM

I've been given a new machine with quadro 400. It has a certified driver version for running with revt 2012 (I checked on the Adesk certified hardware page) but when I go to options, graphics it tells me-

 

The installed video card driver is newer than those certified by Revit.
   Card: NVIDIA Quadro 4000; current driver: 8.17.12.7642
   Certified drivers: 8.17.12.6570
You may continue to use Hardware Acceleration.
If you experience graphics display issues, you should:
 - Turn off Hardware Acceleration; or
 - Install driver that is recommended for use with Revit

 

Is there something I need to do to revit to get it to recognise I am actually running an Adesk certified driver?

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Registered: ‎06-29-2012
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Re: graphics card

07-31-2012 11:56 PM in reply to: jmcintyre

Go to the NVIDIA driver site and download and install the

one Revit wants.

 

If you read somewhere that the 8.17.12.7642 is a certified driver,

go by what Revit tells you instead, use the 8.17.12.6570.


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