NVIDIA Driver Install Fails. Since this can often fix failed driver installs. Code 43 when installing NVIDIA drivers on Windows 10.
After 2 clean installs to Windows AU ANY AND ALL driver packages manually downloaded and attempted to install have failed. Windows update installs a driver package from 2 releases ago and all functions seem to be working fine, SLi, etc etc.
But while searching the web for related issues I'm really not seeing a duplicate problem on the web. Is anyone else having issues updating NVidia drivers manually in 1607? If you don't mind me asking, what card are you using? Reason I ask is, Nvidia doesn't support my Mobile 770M card, which I understand so I can't upgrade. Your card might not be supported anymore.
Mac Windows 10 Drivers there. What I get for an error. If you don't mind me asking, what card are you using?
Reason I ask is, Nvidia doesn't support my Mobile 770M card, which I understand so I can't upgrade. Your card might not be supported anymore. What I get for an error That error seems to be in response to using the wrong version of the driver package (i.e. A 32bit installer instead of 64bit or vice-versa).
I have a laptop with a 540M mobile chip and can still update it. Nvidia has a page where you can manually search for your driver; the 770M is an option. As a GTX 970 user, every single fresh install of AU I've attempted (user generated ISO, downloaded ESD, my own ESD-to-ISO, official ISO, Media Creation Tool), the nVidia driver has failed each time during initial setup. Typically, after asking if I'd like to set up Cortana, the screen goes black and stays black. If I wait a bit, then force reboot the system, it works fine by defaulting back to a generic driver. I found the easiest work-around was to disconnect my internet until after the AU installed (and thus, cannot pull a driver from online), then manually install the latest nVidia driver.
Comments are closed.