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Your driver version is positively ancient and I don't think nv Inspector can manage profiles for a driver that old. Upgrade the driver.

 

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Luke

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Which driver did you download? There appear to be separate installers for mobile and desktop products.

 

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Luke

... I spawn hundreds of children a day. They are daemons because they are easier to kill. The first four remain stubbornly alive despite my (and their) best efforts.

... Normal in my household makes you a member of a visible minority.

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Once upon a time, it was recommended (potentially even enforced by modified device IDs) to get mobile drivers from the laptop OEM (i.e. if you bought a Dell laptop with an nVidia card, the generic nVidia driver updates wouldn't work and you'd have to go to Dell's website to get their latest Dell-specific driver release). This may no longer be true, but I thought I'd throw it out there in case it is.

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IIRC, the website is capable of finding the right driver for your card. Looking at the website, I see a 300m series for laptops, v332.21, that supports GT 330M, which is here: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/71706/en-us.

 

Is that what you downloaded?

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Good qn by Bradley there, I was under the impression it was a laptop too. If you still have the invoice when you bought it, check the model # there. Other than that, if its Sony, there is likely to be a sticker somewhere around which will tell you the details. Failing all that, see if you can run the "Detect my Model" link on the website I gave you, altho I think it might be laptop only, but, it doesn't hurt to try.

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The driver they have on Sony's site is almost four years old. I think you're out of luck unless you find an old version of nV inspector.

 

Cheers!

 

Luke

... I spawn hundreds of children a day. They are daemons because they are easier to kill. The first four remain stubbornly alive despite my (and their) best efforts.

... Normal in my household makes you a member of a visible minority.

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You can also do the trick I used to do with a Dell XPS laptop... just grab the generic nVidia drivers, find the driver .ini file, modify it so that it also applies to your video card's PCI vendor and device IDs, and install it. It may or may not work to some degree (in which case you'd simply roll back to the old version).

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here's something I found online, not sure what it will give you, but try it with abundant caution.

 

http://www.helpjet.net/files-Nvidia-GeForce-GT-330M.html

 

Based on this website, you are mostly outta luck, but since you have been trying many, I thought I will give you the above link.

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