Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 10

  1. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       #1671

    Ok, after trying every back door and side window I could find, I used a velvet crowbar. Since attempts to get the right link at any/all sites, I booted another 1809 I have with GFE installed on it. Went right in just like the baby's butt stuff already posted! Snagged the installer from Program Data and shoved it on another drive. Booted back up my main 1809 and ran it. All nice and happy and smooth and installed. Noticed that the 3D stuff is no longer there as an option.

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    Also noticed the file GFE DL'd has a slightly different name than anything I could find manually. The "-g" on the end. Size is correct and all is fine now. I saw the post back a bit about NVidia servers not all having all the bits, so may well have caused most/all of my fun and joy. Anyhow, all done!

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  2.    #1672

    Hi,
    While downloading with GeForce Experience, did anyone noticed a very slow download speed with the 'Game Ready Driver' ?
    Tried downloading the 'Creator Ready Driver' instead and that was much much better.

    (Downloading directly on NVIDIA's website is fine too)
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  3.    #1673

    @f14tomcat
    The 3d stuff discontinued.
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  4. f14tomcat's Avatar
    Posts : 41,209
    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       #1674

    boombastik said: View Post
    @f14tomcat
    The 3d stuff discontinued.
    Thought it was. Thanks.
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  5. DooGie's Avatar
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    Wndows 10 x64 Pro version19H1 18362.145
       #1675

    I don't know what has happened with the install of this drver on my machine, It's running fine and when I look at System Information in the NVIDIA CP I see this which is fine.

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    However when I l look at View Update History I see this line.

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    So how does that happen ?
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  6.    #1676

    After many twists and turns, I finally happened to download and install the driver via the GeForce Experience (Custom Install). The downloading process was slow and very long—more than one hour—. No way I could do it via the executable which gave me the following errors:

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    I haven't even checked my Audio yet. If I am having the same problem I had the last time before this one (my Audio didn't work as far as I remember), I would again use DDU to do some cleanup. The following is the successfully installed driver:
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    Edit: Audio is working​
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  7. blackroseMD1's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview x64
       #1677

    Finally managed to get the driver downloaded, after about 10 tries. Ran DDU then attempted to install the driver and it locked up my PC halfway through.

    Both of the last two Game Ready Drivers have been absolute disasters on my system.
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  8.    #1678

    @DooGie
    You installed the driver with clean installed option. In this case the windows tries to download and install and older driver but it fails as you already have installed the newer one.

    You can bypass it if after install, restart your machine imediatelly or if you install the driver with no internet.
    If u have rapr see if u have 3d nvidia installed. in that case windows couls install the 3d vision driver as the newer one have not it.
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  9. DooGie's Avatar
    Posts : 5,852
    Wndows 10 x64 Pro version19H1 18362.145
       #1679

    Ignoring the graphics this latest driver is quite an interesting move forward for nvidia as they've managed to slip telemetry into it even if you do a minimal install and have the telemetry folder deleted.
    I just found a NvTelemetry.log on my C: drive which I've never seen before after a minimal install. It's created by a plugin located in C:\Program Files\NVIDIA corporation\DisplayDriverRAS\_DisplayDriverRAS.dll Which is the Display Driver Telemetry Plugin.

    So that's my useless info for the day
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  10. DooGie's Avatar
    Posts : 5,852
    Wndows 10 x64 Pro version19H1 18362.145
       #1680

    boombastik said: View Post
    @DooGie
    You installed the driver with clean installed option. In this case the windows tries to download and install and older driver but it fails as you already have installed the newer one.

    You can bypass it if after install, restart your machine imediatelly or if you install the driver with no internet.
    If u have rapr see if u have 3d nvidia installed. in that case windows couls install the 3d vision driver as the newer one have not it.
    That could be the case, however I disconnected from the internet before removing the previous driver and only re-connected after the new driver was installed. Anyway I'm not pondering the issue for long as I just feel that the update history is incorrect for some unexplained reason
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