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  1. Another thing is Viewer 2 seems to run a little strange but Phoenix viewer runs perfectly.
  2. I was having the same issue, and I managed to get it working. Here's what I did. I grabbed up this driver http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-285.38-beta-driver.html installed it, restarted, etc etc. NOW the tricky thing is, that when you start second life, your going to want to make sure its running under the Nvidia Graphics card, not the Intel. You can make sure by going into the Nvidia Control panel (right click your desktop, click NVidia Control Panel) and under 3d settings, go go Manage 3d settings. Then go to program settings and add Second Life and make sure you have it run under the Nvidia Graphics card. Now, When you start up Second life, you need to go into your preferences, then into your Graphics tab/button, and slide the slider all the way down to LOW. If you don't do this, Second life wont log in, it will always crash before you completely log in. after you have logged in and rezzed your avatar, then you may go and slide your graphics bar back up to however high you wanted it. 
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