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Download driver set from nvidia.com:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/quadro-...ql-driver.html

Download this .inf:

http://www.mediafire.com/?25e12ajs83e51ps

Unpack driver file with WinRAR or whatever.

Copy and replace downloaded .inf to your Display.Driver folder.

Install.
It keeps telling me it "can't find compatible graphics hardware" everytime I try to install those. I've tried installing over top of my 263.09's as well as uninstalling them, then driver sweeper etc and then trying to install 265.90...same result. How do I get around this?
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It keeps telling me it "can't find compatible graphics hardware" everytime I try to install those. I've tried installing over top of my 263.09's as well as uninstalling them, then driver sweeper etc and then trying to install 265.90...same result. How do I get around this?
Here's one way to do it:
  1. Click the green Close button when it says the installation cannot continue
  2. Copy the downloaded nv_disp.inf file to "C:\\NVIDIA\\DisplayDriver\\265.90\\Vista 64-bit\\English\\Display.Driver"
  3. Run the Setup.exe file that is located in "C:\\NVIDIA\\DisplayDriver\\265.90\\Vista 64-bit\\English"

There may be another way to do it, but this is the way that I ended up doing it (I improvised).
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