Q:

Where can I download the drivers for the 64-megabyte NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 400?

A:

Drivers for the NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 400 graphics card are available at the GeForce driver section of the official NVIDIA website. Since 2005, the GeForce 2 series is no longer supported or updated by NVIDIA.

NVIDIA, along with ATI, is one of the most dominant brands of computer video cards on the market. The GeForce 2 series was NVIDIA's second generation of GPU and was introduced in early 2000 as a replacement to the GeForce 256. Other models in the GeForce 2 generation included the GeForce 2 GTS, GeForce 2 Pro, GeForce 2 Ultra, GeForce 2 Ti, GeForce 2 Go and the GeForce 2 MX series.

Sources:

  1. nvidia.com

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