Windows 10: Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 10
Thank you. First post updated.
I'm having issues with the audio service being stopped on occasion whenever starting up a game or after alt+tabbing out of one and trying to go back in after installing this driver. Anyone else?
I guess the big trigger for the driver release is Overwatch. My question is, is anyone running Overwatch on older nvidia drivers? Does it work ok? I'm not into SLI or anything like that and I tend to have a 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' attitude to gpu driver updates (especially given the frequency of releases and the horror stories each new driver release brings to the nvidia forums) - so I'll only update gpu driver if there was a compelling need.
i still use the ones that came with the PC when delivered back in October last year. I don't play a heap of games but nothing has tripped it up yet. So if I stick with my current ones (circa 355. something) will I still be able to run it. I presume most game ready / gpu optimisations are mostly geared to SLI configs and I'm not too fussed about sqeauking out an extra few fps for bragging rights, I also struggle to visually distinguish a difference in fluidity above 30 fps. I know my hardware is pretty strong with skylake and 980ti so just really at the mercy of the software!
Hmm...seems these new drivers may have some Pascal stuff in them that can be enabled via NvidiaInspector. I wouldn't recommend it though. I turned on Ansel, FastSync and SILK smoothness all together and found myself in a BSOD loop.
Regarding your audio issue, it seems there are a few reports of problems with hdmi audio on the nvidia forum so I guess it's a driver version to be avoided
I'm sure you'll be able to play Overwatch fine with those drivers, you just likely won't have all the optimizations available to you that are in the Game Ready drivers. Speaking for myself, also on Skylake with a 980Ti, I've seen pretty massive (usually 10 to 20 FPS) jumps over the last couple of drivers in a lot of games. I get the reluctance to upgrade to new drivers, as they've been a bit wonky lately, but I'd at least give it a shot. You can always download a copy of your current drivers to go back to if you have issues with the new ones. That said, I'd probably go with the version before the newest, as they seemed to have the performance jump but without some of the issues of the newest driver. Of course, if you're happy with 30 FPS, then you'll almost certainly be fine with your current drivers.
Hmm...that's odd. I was just using straight audio from the motherboard. Not sure why it would conflict with the Realtek drivers. A reinstall of the drivers seems to have fixed the issue for me though.
@ blackrose, There is a newer version of Nvidia inspector released 220.127.116.11 from here
I know the link looks a bit iffy but it's what the author has submitted. I've checked it and it's clean.
Awesome. Thanks DooGie!
Thanks for the update and info on new drivers. http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...es-updated.pdf
And i held off on past updates because of so many issues, but driver before this i finally installed with no issues so far. They do come out very often lately.
Look at this. An Nvidia GTX 1080 EXCLUSIVE driver 368.25. Sometimes happens with the launch of a new product.
Don't think it works with a non 1080 and I wouldn't suggest trying it with non Pascal.
Latest AMD Crimson Video Driver Released
Crimson ReLive Edition
Release Date: March 6th 2017
Driver Version: 17.3.1 (16.60.2711) (Windows Driver Store Version 21.19.523.0)
AMD CCC WHQL Video Driver Download Link
I went to the NVidia site, but all the drivers that show are for Linux. I tried searching for Windows, but none turned up.
This is for an HP dv9700 laptop PC that's over five years old.
Anyone got an URL for the proper site?
After installing Windows 10 Home on 2 computers, I have found that the graphics drivers are having trouble updating.
Can someone assist me on fixing this?
Will check back in the morning.
I just completed a dirty install of Win10 (10074) on top of Win8.1. I would have done a clean install but I was hoping not to have to reinstall all my Steam content. Looks like I'm going to have to do a clean install to solve this, but on the off...
anyone have a good driver for this slightly older vista-era laptop?
the machine is a HP DV9917CL.
I have it running with the old HP vista 64 driver. it works pretty good but I get some flashes and blackouts on certain aero functions .