Ladybird GTX 285 Reviewtacohunter52 - April 4, 2010
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As always, you'll need to install drivers before you can use your new videocard. Installing drivers for Ladybird's GTX 285 is extremely easy. Simply pop the included driver CD into your optical drive, and let the autorun launch. A window will soon pop up giving you the options to install drivers, DX 9, Acrobat Reader, or the GTX 285's manual. To install drivers, you'll want to, intuitively, click ForceWare Drivers. Once selected, you'll be brought to another window giving you a list of operating systems. You'll need to click whichever option applies to you in order to install the drivers.
Once an OS has been selected, the Install Wizard will pop up. Going through the Install Wizard is extremely easy and will take you all of two seconds to do. Simply click "Next" as soon as the first screen pops up. Upon doing so, another screen will pop up. When this happens, simply click next again. Then sit back, relax, and let the drivers install!
Once the drivers are finished being installed, you'll be prompted to restart Windows. At this point, I'd normally choose to restart later and install the included programs first. However, the only included program was Acrobat Reader, which really isn't important to us. That being said, simply click Finish and start gaming!
Now that we've got the Ladybird GTX 285 installed, let's take a quick look at the NVIDIA Control Panel!