Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by masterchan777, May 3, 2018.
Windows 10: Driver may get removed after PC has been left idle for an extended period of time.
For those who are wondering.. The driver would work fine but after a bit of uptime would silently fail. (Or as Nvidia states here.. I guess was actually just removed?) Somewhere under 8hrs, but longer then 2hrs.. Launching any game or app that used 3D accelerated graphics would report that the graphics card basically didn't exist..
Happened to me twice on my 1080 Founders Edition before I decide to roll back.
I reported and experienced this driver crapping out bug quite a few insider builds back. Glad they found the bug and its being fixed.
Odd thing with the "uninstalling" drivers, I have had this issue since installing Windows 10 1803, the drivers don't get uninstalled but after a while certain games will not run. The drivers are still installed, there is actually no error, just the game wont open, or it shows as a small title bar in the top left corner of the screen. If I log out and back into Windows everything works. This was a problem even with the driver before 397.31
Performance and stability seems good so far.
Firestrike and Watch Dogs 2 ran real good, just as good as 391.35, no stuttering or anything, but this "uxd.service" message at shutdown or restart is really annoying.
Tomorrow I'll test some more.
Not sure if anyone else experienced this, but Inspector is no longer reading the shortcuts I create and pin to start for overclocking.
I removed it all together and went back to using Nvidia control panel coupled with latest Zotac Firestorm for overclocking.
Also getting the uxd service message, seems like we never get a total fix. I had a registry fix to remove this error, will test this later after work.
I think that error message should be fixed but it's coming in a newer driver release, I thought I linked to that discussion on the GeForce.com forums in my earlier post but to quote the post itself it's this:
EDIT: Or perhaps this is another one, seems it might be.
EDIT: And this would be the full quote for the display driver going "missing" until reboot also applying to and being fixed for Windows 7 and Windows 8 as well.
I've paused Win10 updates which means the buggy Spring Update has not been installed on my system. I'm just waiting for it to get fixed since it seems to affect nVidia drivers and other things too.
1803 is performing quite good.
Yep same here
These seem good, there is still slow shutdown from Uxd service.
It's all over the internet that Chrome makes Win10 crash and there are problems with drivers of all kinds and so fort But maybe it works for some too as well.
No problems here with firefox thanks god
Notwithstanding my previous sarcastic remark, 1803 running fine here as well (17134.1).
Using Edge as browser though.
This driver also have uxdservice exists.
If i didn't read this and took a screenshot i probably wouldn't believe:
How do these things get approved?
Nice so these drivers bring us back to 391.35 level performance with the added wddm 2.4? UXD service hang on shutdown is annoying but I can deal with it if that's the case.
LOL, without the driver dropping I would not have even known I was running 397.31
dayum, not played any games yet will check those out later
I think i will wait for the hotfix for this hotfix
Wondering if anyone can help me i have a Acer Swift 3 (sf314-52g-77na) i updated to the new windows 10 update and installed the latest nvidia drivers for mx150 and now my Intel HD Graphics 620 keeps getting a (Code 43) error i tried cleaning the drivers with ddu and installing old drivers e.g 388.31 with no luck i did a fresh format and have the same issue trying the nvida beta drivers didn't resolve the code 43 for the intel card at all ?