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I have a Nvidia driver issue after Windows 10 update. After Windows Update, i updated all drivers. Everything works great but Nvidia driver didn't worked. It installs perfectly. In device manager it appears without problem, but when i want use the Gpu, it doesn't worked.
Dell C1765nfw Driver Windows 10. After then i installed 3rd party anti virus software. It overrides the Windows Defender.
Disabled it and re-installed the driver, it was worked. But after reboot, it crashed again. Every time it happens.
Tried many solution. Uninstalling driver via DDU (in safe mode), reinstall with clean installation etc., every step gave me same result. Now Nvidia folder is in defender's white list but still same.
I reached Nvidia support too. They couldn't find a perfect solution. How can i solve this problem? How windows defender allow Nvidia files. Hi Emre, Thanks for posting your query on Microsoft Community.
This issue might occur when the Nvidia driver which you are trying to install is not compatible with Windows 10. I would suggest you to Uninstall the Nvidia driver and download the Nvidia for Windows 10 and try installing it. Follow the below steps: Step 1: Uninstall Nvidia driver from the device manager.
1) Press Windows key + X key when you are at desktop. 2) Select Device Manager. 3) Expand Display Adapter. 4) Right on the Nvidia Driver and click on Uninstall. Step 2: Download Nvidia driver for Windows 10 and try installing it. Refer to the below link: Note: Choose Windows 10 in Operating System option.
Hope it helps, reply to us with the status of your issue. We will be happy to assist you. Thanks and Regards, Santosh Kumar Rai. Microsoft Support Engineer.
Hi Emre, Thanks for posting your query on Microsoft Community. This issue might occur when the Nvidia driver which you are trying to install is not compatible with Windows 10.
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