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    296.10? i think

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    Hehe, you can check that by going to control panel >> choose programs >> uninstall a program

    Look for the nVidia drivers then you should be able to read which driver you have installed. But many have reported issues with that driver if I'm not wrong, so try to install WHQL 285.62 and see if that helps.

    When you install this driver, choose custom install, and check for "clean install" check it and install.

    Or you can uninstall all nVidia drivers manually from your notebook (it requires reboot for some of the uninstalls) and when all the nVidia driver have been uninstalled, then reboot and when you see Asus splash screen boot into safe mode and run CCleaner and use the register check to clean the register.

    When you're done with that, reboot, then install the 285.62 or the latest BETA 301.24
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    ok hehe so after installing beta i use throttle stop? am i using it right by just open throttle stop?

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    so many questions..... BRAINSTORM!!!

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    Just try to install either 285.62 or 301.24 and see if that helps with the lag issue. If it doesn't fix it then you can install Throttlestop.

    It says in the thread how to use it, and as I understood from either posts or in the description (long time since I read that thread) in that thread you only had to uncheck BD PROCHOT in that program.

    I hope any other users who have used/use the ThrottleStop steps in and give their solutions about how to use it.
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    ye the frames is much better but it still lags... omg... so... its 2 much

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    Okey, so how is the much did the FPS increase after changeing the driver ?

    Then you can try out ThrottleStop 4.0 and see if you can get it to work
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    30fps+ since the driver change

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    That is much better than 10fps :P

    Let us know when you try to use the Throttlestop
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    omg!! so tired of being killed in diablo!!! stupid lag....
    dont know if i used throttle stop right tho

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