Updating drivers nvidia
It works for quite a few different drivers that you probably don't want Windows to auto update. Down side to that is that it doesn't work proactively.You can only use it after the initial installation.You're browsing the Game FAQs Message Boards as a guest.Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.I ended up manually updating my drivers after using DDU and the spots where my frame rate would tank were fine again. Not sure if it really worked but here goes nothinghttps://goo.gl/Ze KWij Following the info from that link (n Vidia Ge Force forum post), I1) Booted into Safe Mode2) Used DDU to remove the n Vidia driver installed3) Unplugged my machine from internet4) Restarted Windows5) Installed the driver of my choice6) Shutdown my machine, re-plugged my machine to have internet access again, and powered on7) Ran the Windows hide / show updates application8) Found n Vidia driver it was planning on updating to9) Marked that update to hide / don't install I'll report back here if I end up back on square one.https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3073930/how-to-temporarily-prevent-a-driver-update-from-reinstalling-in-window If you download the "Show or Hide Updates" troubleshooter package, you can select updates and make Windows not show them.
I quite frankly expect that it will automatically update any and all Microsoft software such as Office or Visual Studio on your PC as well.https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3073930/how-to-temporarily-prevent-a-driver-update-from-reinstalling-in-window If you download the "Show or Hide Updates" troubleshooter package, you can select updates and make Windows not show them.All: I wanted share my learnings from a recent, fairly frustrating support experience.The background: I have a Lenovo T420s with Optimus and since it supports Widi 2.0 I had wanted to get that working.The good news is that I have been able to install the Intel Driver package. step 1 is to uninstall the currently installed Intel and nvidia graphic driversstep 2 is to disable optimus in the bios - boot to only the intel graphics adapterstep 3 - the OS boots with no video device found - using windows update it got me a 'vanilla' intel hd driver and installed finestep 4 - after the reboot, the latest intel driver loads finestep 5- reenable optimus in the biosstep 6 - reload the nvidia drivers (I use the verde drivers from the nividia web site) Hopefully most folks dont have this level of trouble with their optimus drivers but this worked for me and is worth a shot if anyone is struggling with the intel driver update.
I have the Predator G9-791 with Win10 64bit and I installed the latest graphics driver from Nvidia but now my brightness control won't work.The problem I had was that both the Lenovo packaged video driver and also the Intel packaged driver both complained and would not install on my new laptop.