Nvidia Driver Installation Failed


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    Nvidia Driver Installation Failed


    It seems my 1050ti is not being recognized, I tried many nvidia drivers and still nothing. I did used DDU and even windows update doesn't work. Whenever its installing, it shows my GPU but then it disappears into being a display with a warning symbol.


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    If the model is the laptop mentioned in "my computer", you may be safest in using the drivers provided by Acer. https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/conten...oduct/7312?b=1

    If you wish to use the generic nVidia drivers, make sure to get the ones for a notebook: https://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/141908
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    bobkn said: View Post
    If the model is the laptop mentioned in "my computer", you may be safest in using the drivers provided by Acer. https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/conten...oduct/7312?b=1

    If you wish to use the generic nVidia drivers, make sure to get the ones for a notebook: https://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/141908
    I tried driver from Acer and it still gave me the same error, the same with the notebook driver too.
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    Re-install your Nvidia graphics driver from the manufacturers website support, or you may have to use the manufacturers Recovery partition, or the recovery media you made when you bought it.

    Looks to me you have got yourself in to the latter position where you have to use the manufacturers recovery partition to bring it back to the bought condition.

    Windows updates will take care of any Graphics driver updates. On mine the drivers for the iGPU and Nvidia Graphics (Optimus) are about 10 months old, however they do work and that is the main point. Another point is that it is zero effort.

    Things gamers do with a high powered desktops and Graphics Cards are not applicable to an Optimus Laptop.

    It is not advisable to use DDU on a Laptop or drivers directly from Nvidia as there maybe manufacturer specific customisations. It is an Optimus type of Laptop.
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    Helmut said: View Post
    Re-install your Nvidia graphics driver from the manufacturers website support, or you may have to use the manufacturers Recovery partition, or the recovery media you made when you bought it.

    Looks to me you have got yourself in to the latter position where you have to use the manufacturers recovery partition to bring it back to the bought condition.

    Windows updates will take care of any Graphics driver updates. On mine the drivers for the iGPU and Nvidia Graphics (Optimus) are about 10 months old, however they do work and that is the main point. Another point is that it is zero effort.

    Things gamers do with a high powered desktops and Graphics Cards are not applicable to an Optimus Laptop.

    It is not advisable to use DDU on a Laptop or drivers directly from Nvidia as there maybe manufacturer specific customisations. It is an Optimus type of Laptop.
    I just reset my laptop and it fixed everything. I can just reinstall all my programs back
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