nVidia-modded-Inf - Modified nVidia .inf files to run drivers on all cards

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This project is unofficial and not in any relationship or supported by nVidia Cooperation. This project only support x64 Windows versions, if you like to see x86 ask nVidia to extend the support or make a pull request.




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