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    Hi All,

    I have a Nvidia Quadro FX 1700 graphics card. My issue is that when booting up ACAD it makes all programs that are running on the desktop `Shutter'. Most importantly though, when going into the Layer Manager and scrolling thru the layers it `Shutters'.

    I have downloaded the latest drivers from Nvidia and same problem. I then read somewhere that Autodesk only certify a number of Nvidia drivers which i have installed, it works for a day or so then it reverts back to `Shuttering'.
    Anyone else with this problem or a fix for it>?

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    Default Re: Graphics card Issues ACAD2012

    Are you running Win7, Vista, or XP? And did you install the NVidia nView (or whatever its called)?
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    Default Re: Graphics card Issues ACAD2012

    I have XP Pro and I have installed NVIDIA Nview 135.0, Nvidia WMI 270.71 and Nvidia Graphics Driver 265.70......

    I'm now thinking about uninstalling all of them and starting from scratch, what are your thoughts?

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    Default Re: Graphics card Issues ACAD2012

    Don't install the nView utility, just the drivers. We've had a similar problem with that specific card, and that seemed to solve it.
    If you are going to fly by the seat of your pants, expect friction burns.
    Some say beauty is in the eye of the Beholder... perhaps so, but I've only seen the disintegration beam.
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