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Re: If ATI and nVidia don't support their own products, who does?

On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 16:22:48 -0400, Brendan wrote:

> That's not why NVIDIA cannot open their driver. It's been said by them time 
> and time again that the drive contains 3rd party code that they have a 
> limited license for, and as such, cannot expose that code to non-licensees.

This is a disingenuous excuse, if indeed Nvidia has made it.  They have
refused, time and time again, to release details of the programming
interface for their cards.  It's a bad idea to throw money at companies
who sell black-box hardware and refuse to support their products properly.

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