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So I'm new to Macs and I'm having a problem picking drivers for the graphics card for my Macbook Pro when in Bootcamp. I am running Windows 7 on a 15" Macbook Pro Retina from last year. The graphics card is a GeForce GT 650M.

I few month back I mistakenly installed new graphics drivers since I had some issues with my screen resolution. I since solved the issue with the screen resolution, but the new drivers were probably the wrong ones and the brought me a new problem. My computer works fine until I let the computer go into standby mode and the screen shuts down. When I then try to start it I get the blue screen and a error message regarding the my NVIDIA drivers. Can someone please tell me what drivers I should install? I have googled it myself, but clearly I did not do a very good job first time around.




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