Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by stigbeater, Feb 1, 2016.
I knew i should wait for the fix and here it is
Not surprised after all the abuse he got here after barely a couple of weeks. :bang:
I did notice this from the other side of the room, but though i had just left a USB drive plugged in.
Not that i care about the bandwidth, but does this really need a full 323 MB driver package to fix?
No. Expect another hotfix on that tomorrow. It'll be just 321 MB.
It just reloads the driver, I think, almost like when it would crash and restore itself. You can hit eject and it won't mess up your computer.
so guys.. how about the performance & stability of this driver ? is it worth to install ?
I'm still using 355.85 quadro.
He could barley answer the simplest of questions.
Anyone who was bothered by the eject icon has serious issues.
This is probably the stupidest hotfix I've ever seen in all my years.
Ok I don't know who to report this to but I'm having the same issue with these drives as the previous versions.
NVbackend is interfering with Corsair Utility Engine, stopping it from seeing my keyboard.
Uninstall and roll back to 361.60 the issue is gone.
Heck if I restart and not allow vnbackend to run or end the process there's no problem, yet 361.60's version of nvbackend doesn't cause an issue.
A little deeper digging, if nvbackend (on these drivers) starts AFTER Corsair Utility Engine there's no problem, if it starts first it stops the software from seeing the keyboard.
Strange it even happens at all as previous nvidia drivers were never a issue.
I'm not sure I should try this hotfix driver since I already skipped the last one producing the now fixed bug.
You could change the startup type of the drivers to delayed.
i'm not sure if you took the post serious , but the post you were replying to was a sarcastic post and not serious :bang::bang:
Yeah just tried that, I think it's the drivers in general causing issues withe the Corsair software.
Doesn't matter if nvtray or nvbackend don't load on startup the software won't see the keyboard, takes about 3 tried to get it to work.
Yet if I roll back to 361.60 everything works perfectly
I'm guessing there's something probing the ports in the new nvidia drivers due to the new external gpu support.
Seems abit pointless this driver when there was a simple regedit to disable the card showing up in safely remove hardare tray.
I find it strange I also have Corsair software for my mouse no problems here so far with the new drivers. Do you have tried reinstall the corsair engine after you have installed the nvidia drivers ? perhaps that may solve it
I,m not one to bitch at Nvidia but why on earth release a driver for that so called issue? Very strange:3eyes:
Same, I have a Corsair mouse too, but it's iffy with the K70 RGB keyboard, where using the previous 361.60 there was no issues.
I just tried swapping my mouse to the USB 3 port(from the usb 2) and plugged the keyboard into the usb 2 ports (it take up 2 usb 2 ports due to needing the extra power), reinstalled 361.82, problem gone.
Strange the old drivers were fine (12 months without having to unplug my mouse or keyboard), but these 2 new drivers had a issue, but figured out a work around. :rock:
Anyone figured out how to properly stop the nvtray from starting (I had to edit the registry when fiddling)
Good for you