i did and it wasent compatible with my sony vaio. but i found a work around and fixed it all if anyone wants to know how let me know
For others, who may have the same card and problems, please do post your fix, as someone will be helped in time.
ok for sure i will work on links to downloads of the files i used
Please advise on how you resolved this - I'm having the same problem with a Sony Vaio & GeForce GT330M
Yes Please !
I also have Sony Vaio with the same issue and would very much like to hear how you solved it.
We're seeing a LOT of Sony VAIOs with similar problems lately!
The challenge is that Sony has a nasty habit of customizing the operating system for its own hardware -- which doesn't always work out well.
I'd first check the Sony support site to see if Sony has issued any updated drivers for this model.
I do not know the Sony Vaio, but many laptop mfgrs. (Toshiba is a great example) will require proprietary video drivers. Only when the mfgr. issues an update, can one use the one from the company's Web site, and NOT the newer ones from nVidia, or ATI. The user is held captive by the laptop mfgr. and must wait until they get around to rewriting those proprietary drivers.
Just for grins, I checked the Toshiba site for a long retired Satellite laptop. The only video driver available was the one that shipped with that computer about 12 years ago! Though it had an nVidia chip, I could not use the updated nVidia drivers, and basically had to rewrite those in the proprietary form that the Toshiba required. This meant a lot of coding, every time that nVidia offered an update. After some years of this, I just chucked that laptop for a Sager, that uses an nVidia card, and NO proprietary drivers - just the stock versions from nVidia.
Good luck to all, and if the Sony drivers are of a proprietary nature, I hope that Sony gets out new ones quickly.
Sony is notorious for screwing up Windows by recoding it. In fact, Microsoft will only offer limited support for VAIOs because of it!
So check with Sony for updates first. They broke it -- they should be able to fix it!
Ok guys i'll definatelty let you know how I fixed it. Give me a day or two to setup some download links to the exact files I have on my computer. Then I will make a quick write up on which two files I installed and in what order did I install them in. Also when I restared my computer and all that jazz.
I want to make sure that all of you try the exact same steps I did to ensure it gets fixed just as mine has.
http://www.MegaShare.com/2400164 <-- FILES YO! haha
Ok hey everyone this is the Fix. At least it fixed mine, so I'm hoping it fixes yours.
I'm including a download link that leads to a RAR file with 3 files i installed and used to fix the problem
I first installed the AIBSYS file on to my computer (no programs running).
Then I installed the NVDVID file. (remember, this is with NO programs running)
I then went into Adobe Premiere elements and went into the preferences and turned (or checked the box) GPU playback ON
Then I closed the program.
I then restarted my computer.
After I booted up again I installed the 258.96 file. (no programs running)
Followed by another restart.
I then started Adobe Premiere Elements again and checked GPU playback, It ran great and was working. I also checked in the preferences if GPU playback was still on and not giving me the GPU playback error saying it wont with this graphics card.
SO, I hope this helps a lot of people cause it took me forever and a lot of head-into-keyboard days haha.
AWW wth?!?!? i didnt delete the file... GRR sorry guys. ill find and redownload the files and upload them again.
ok well here are the file download links. this will probably help a lot better
That's very helpful, Vic! Thank yoiu for sharing your success story.