Windows 10: Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 10
Windows update messed up my dual monitor setup (again!)
Quoting myself here since as of this morning I have the exact same problem again after (what I think is) the anniversary update of Win 10 64x. To my surprise, both device manager and even Geforce Experience still showed the 368.81 Drivers installed so something in the MS Update seems to have caused the corruption.
After a full OS restore some weeks ago 368.81 was automatically installed and initially solved the quoted problem which prevented me from upgrading to anyting above 362.00. Until this morning I assumed the NVidia drivers were malfunctioning on my OS but now it seems a Windows update is causing the conflict. This is the 3rd time a Win 10 auto-update messed up something, the last one resulting in me needing to do a full restore.
I realise this thread is probably not the place to diss MS but given my earlier assumption regarding the NVidia drivers I felt it's only fair to rectify and blame who apparentely is to blame (MS). Downloading 362.00 once again...
You'll also want to do this below to disable having drivers available in Windows Update.
I only found out today you can disable driver updates in Win10 but I actually turned off all MS auto updates alltogether as this is the 3rd time in 6 months a MS update messed up my PC in a severe way. I just don't have the time or will anymore to keep troubleshooting each run so..
I managed to get a stable dual monitor setup again (after 4+ hrs) by using DDU in safe mode and manually installing 368.69 so I'm good for now.
Btw. My driver wasn't updated since I already had the latest (368.81) so it was some conflicting KB from MS. At least I hope & assume MS drivers don't override your original NVidia drivers when they're up to date nor mistake my 900 series for a 10 Titan.
I went weeks without a TDR in Windows 10, after the anniversary update, boom had it happen twice in a row, back-to-back... fortunately, my computer recovered without restarting... so something tells me that the Nvidia drivers and Windows 10 aren't doing so hot... so I ran DDU and installed the latest Nvidia drivers... so far, have had zero TDRs, but it makes me not even want to do anything on my computer, because I don't want it to happen in the middle of something important... what's odd is that I can play games for hours not have it happen ever, and I mean ever.
I'm feeling like that too. Didnt have problems with 1511 but 1607 doesnt like nvidia drivers how did you disable all MS driver updates?
I set my internet connection as wired (for Win Home this is the easiest without group policies).
Supposed to be a Game Ready driver for No Man's Sky dropping today, but I haven't seen it yet.
I'm expecting a new driver either Tuesday or Thursday this week.
Yeah, I figure since it hasn't dropped yet, it will likely be tomorrow. Hopefully it will help alleviate some of the issues that people are having with NMS.
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 .