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Error while trying to install drivers

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by visine, Jun 7, 2019.

  1. visine

    visine Master Guru

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    Hi,

    I recently bought another computer, MSI Z270-SLI PLUS, 7600k , 1070 ti etc.

    However, when I reinstalled windows I got a error while trying to install nvidia drivers.

    I've never seen it before until this computer, and I've had alot of different comps.

    Worth mentioning that I have windows 10 home, not pro.

    I've seen that there are a couple of fixes, and some workarounds.

    But is there a reason why?


    Pic: https://imgur.com/a/kqlD5SK
     
  2. Extraordinary

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    The error tells you why, wrong version of Windows for that driver, try a different driver compatible with whichever version of 10 you have installed
     
  3. Ital

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  4. Caesar

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    First be sure that Windows 10 version is up-to-date.
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    Check into MB BIOS to set :

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    https://********/G0fzvbk/Untitled.png


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    UPDATE (be careful) : http://download.msi.com/bos_exe/mb/7A59v1A.zip
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    Install: http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/430.86/430.86-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql.exe
     
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  5. visine

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    I was hoping this would work, however I enabled it and got the same error. :(
     
  6. Caesar

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    BAD GPU.
     
  7. Extraordinary

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    I've had that error myself with fairly recent drivers, I just installed different drivers

    OP what version number of Windows 10 have you installed?
     
  8. visine

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    I have windows 10 home
     
  9. Extraordinary

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    Version number, as in the latest is 1903, one before that was 1809 etc etc

    Type winver into run to get this

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  10. visine

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    I have the same version as you
     

  11. Extraordinary

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    430.97 are working fine for me
     
  12. visine

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    Perhaps I need to reinstall windows
     
  13. G13Homi

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    Thats overkill. Please uninstall geforce, run ccleaner. Get the Latest version of Ddu that released last week.
     
  14. Cave Waverider

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    Download and install the latest version of Display Driver Uninstaller (aka DDU) and run it in Safe Mode. In DDU Settings, ensure the option to prevent Windows from installing drivers from Windows update is ticked. For the first time doing this, disconnect your computer from the internet. Run DDU in safe mode to clean out GPU/Nvidia drivers, then restart. Install 430.97 again and ensure it isn't the DCH version and also not the notebook version. Also ensure it is the proper version for your OS (64 bit vs. 32 bit). Hopefully it'll work.
     
  15. visine

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    I can update the drivers through geforce experience, seems like a weird issue tbh
     

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