NVIDIA GeForce2 Go (Toshiba) Driver Download

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Supported Models

Toshiba 2805-402

NVIDIA GeForce2 Go (Toshiba)



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

Versions (2001-09-06) via .inf

Uploader Notes

This is a working Windows XP driver for Nvidias Geforce 2 Go 16MB for Toshiba 2805 Notebooks. Unfortunately not available from Toshiba.

Uploaded By

superfly (DG Member) on 27-Mar-2002

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
WBDBV32I.DLL 272.5 KB 3 May 2000
NVRSKO.DLL 81.9 KB 7 Sep 2001
NvCpl.dll 1.4 MB 7 Sep 2001
NVSVC32.EXE 57.3 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVRSZHC.DLL 61.4 KB 7 Sep 2001
readme.txt 985 bytes 27 Mar 2002
NVRSFR.DLL 114.7 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVRSDE.DLL 110.6 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVDesk32.dll 102.4 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVRSES.DLL 114.7 KB 7 Sep 2001
NvQTwk.dll 110.6 KB 7 Sep 2001
NV4_mini.sys 829.8 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVTS.CAT 16.5 KB 11 Sep 2001
NVOGLNT.DLL 2.5 MB 7 Sep 2001
NVDMCPL.DLL 73.7 KB 7 Sep 2001
toshiba.reg 810 bytes 23 Mar 2000
NV4.REG 2.2 KB 6 Feb 2001
NV4_DISP.DLL 2.0 MB 7 Sep 2001
NVRSIT.DLL 114.7 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVTS.INF 17.1 KB 7 Sep 2001
NvInstNT.dll 86.0 KB 7 Sep 2001
NVRSJA.DLL 86.0 KB 7 Sep 2001

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