So i've been up literally all night trying to run drivers from nvidia on an alienware (m17x R2) with windows 10 installed. It's a 11E0 770m on a m17x r2. Vulkan Driver Release Notes. NVIDIA provides full Vulkan. GeForce GTX 780, GeForce GTX 770. We plan to include Vulkan in both Windows and Linux drivers in an.
So, after I upgraded to Win 10 this morning Windows is not recognizing either of my monitors. I am stuck with 1024 x 768 resolution. My Nvidia GTX 770 now shows this error in the device manager 'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)' I have gone to Nvidia site and downloaded, then installed, the Windows 10 driver and no change. I am thinking very hard about rolling back to Windows 8.1. Any other suggestions?
Please and thank you! *****Up date 12/11/15: I did end up rolling back to 8.1 back in August.
This past week I decided to give it another go. The upgrade to Win 10 was a complete success.
My GTX 770 now plays well with Win 10. Disable Automatic Driver Updates Windows 10. I hope everyone else has had similar success! Samsung Scx 3200 Driver For Windows 10. Thank you to all of you that took time to reply!
I upgraded to Win 10 from 8.1, using the iso disk as the auto kept on getting errors (my SP3 also had issues with this but it eventually went through after using the update troubleshooted a few times. After the install the Geoforce drivers were nowhere to be seen so I downloaded the Geoforce Experience application but it failed on the driver install.
I thewn let windows update have a go at it and it failed giving the following message 'NVIDIA driver update for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 - Error 0x800705b4' Mine is currently connected to a Samsung 32 inch 1080i TV. I will assume that the same issue will exist for a normal monitor as it is the driver failing and not the driver not being able to use what is attached to it. I right clicked the desktop and used the display settings to change from 1024x768 to 1920x1080. I guess NVIDIA have not really bothered with making working drivers for this card. So, after I upgraded to Win 10 this morning Windows is not recognizing either of my monitors.
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