Windows 10 Upgrade 1903 64 bit video card error after upgrade


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    WINDOWS 10 64bit
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    Windows 10 Upgrade 1903 64 bit video card error after upgrade


    I finished installing version 1903 on Windows 10 64bit machines. All original Windows 10 (not upgrades).

    In one computer there was a GEforce 9800 GT video adaptor. After the upgrade I saw Video Error messages. I reloaded the video drivers from the official website and the problem didn't go away.

    Installed a disk clone backup and video card works fine. Not sure why the WINDOWS upgrade spawned video error announcements.

    I had another computer, same motherboard and windows running a Nvidea 750Ti, and that computer did not have any video error issue.

    Anyone else seeing this? Solutions?
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    Win 10 X64 Pro 21H1 19043.964
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    Which driver did you install?

    These are what nVidia finds for the 9800 GTX: Drivers | GeForce

    The 750ti (from 2014) is supported by nVidia's latest drivers. The 9800 GTX (from 2010) is not.

    If that isn't the cause of the problem, I have no other ideas.
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  3. Posts : 15
    WINDOWS 10 64bit
    Thread Starter
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    video adapter drivers that were loaded when Video Error occured


    bobkn said:
    Which driver did you install?
    If that isn't the cause of the problem, I have no other ideas.
    the 9800 GT driver is 340.52-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-english-whql

    the 750Ti driver is 358.87-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql_with_ti_in_model_number


    To address this issue in my own computer, I decided to purchase a new geforce 1050 4Gb to move forward with more current video drivers.

    Not the ideal since the 9800 worked prior to Windows 1903 upgrade, but I mention all this just in case other people have video issues with older adapter cards.
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