Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Eviltoaster, Jul 20, 2020.
Thanks for the continued updated clean drivers, your work is appreciated
I would appreciate the Windows 7 x64 version, even for the GTX.
Updated to v472.12
Hello and thanks for keeping up with this, very appreciated!
I am having problems downloading from meganz, could you please make an updated step-by-step guide on how to make a clean version by myself?
I checked cryohellinc guide on the old threads but its outdated (there are new folders in newer drivers) so i am not sure if its still valid and if theres something else to remove
Thanks in advance
Ok i managed to download and install your clean version but i got a problem
I went in NVIDIA control panel and set color range to max but it doesnt work, even if i click apply and restart it still looks limited
Is it a known issue or i did something wrong?
Thanks in advance
Are you referring to these settings?
If you are, then it's working fine for me (GTX)
Try re-downloading and re-installing it. If it still doesn't work then I'll re-do the cleaning package and re-upload
Thank you @Eviltoaster , i reinstalled them and it works now
It seems that, Nvidia has gone the route of DCH drivers with the new drivers of 496.13. I am trying these none standard drivers right now, and can only guess if these are more of a pain, or just the new way we install NVIDIA drivers from here on out. Nvidia seems the only company, when it comes to thier drivers, that produce DCH drivers to "acompany" Microsoft's way. The main thing is the NCP is gone fro mthe DCH package, and will install automatically, I assume, from the MS Store. Altho that CP looks exactly like the old NCP. I recall that it would be way different than we know it to be, but, looks the same.
I'll test these drivers with FC6 tonight, and some other games, on windows 11.
AMD and intel have both been DCH for year(s) and the \NVCPL\ folder is where the control panel installs from in a DCH package instead of using a executable installer for it.
"\NVCPL\" as in OS drive directory? I know you are required to connect to MS servers to download DCH NVCP. It doesn't come with the installer itself, at least not the entire version of it.
If someone could make old NVCP standalone, it would be awesome!
Does anyone know which Windows registry entries change those settings?
windows system settings , search for Device Installation Settings , turn off automatic driver installation
DDU , restart , install , restart after setting your settings so they are ready to go , job done
can you send me GTX 472.12-desktop-win764bit Please as there will be no more for win7
The NVCPL is a folder within the driver package that contains the files for the DCH control panel. Once you reboot, it should trigger an automatic install of the control panel no need to connect to the Microsoft servers yourself.
the entire package is in the driver in a appx file.
You don't have to download anything from the store. When you install the driver the Nvidia Control Panel is installed via the appx file included in the NVCPL folder.
Updated to v496.13
Note: Drivers are all now DCH