Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by zandathrax, Jun 9, 2017.
Diablo 3 crashed many times with this driver. Roll back to 378.92, and everything stable again.
No such issue. Sometimes wrong with your rig.
well you two have two different hardware configurations, and two diferent gpus, if you don't have the issue but people with his same hardware have maybe the only one who can can confirm and reply like that is someone with the same hardware or similar one, after all as far as the drivers were going, issues from different gpu architecture were occuring every release and thanks to nvidia fixed, like 980ti physx bug, 970 sli bug, and sort of things.
Of course if you see the person you are repling have the same hardware as you, you can reply like that, otherwise is just not helping and being just an *******.
the issues with crashing in all blizzard games as far as i know are caused by vram and/or ram overclocks, try to lower them a little and try, heroes of the storms and starcraft usually crash when i have my memory cranked up.
And look if someone with your same harware have the same issue.
I dont think its worth it. I will just skip this driver, because on any other driver diablo 3 is superstable.
He blamed driver & what I can tell you is related to the game. He don't even provide any valid proof too.
What proof? Video record how i install driver, then play diablo 3 and it's crashes many times? And how i install another driver and then record video with 100 hours of stability? This you want? And yes its related to game, and so what? I play this game hundred hours and it was stable until this driver, and after roll back it's stable again. And now you telling me it's hardware? Just lol.
Impossible don't have error crash log? Why don't you stick with the stable driver you mentioned earlier?
Yes i back to older one and play D3 without problems now.
About logs - i dont know where this logs and how to use them.
PS. sorry, forgot to update info about PC... updated.
What do you need it for? Everything works fine without it
This is happening to me since the beginning i installed DUAL-GTX1060-O3G
which is broken graphic card by default and nvidia and all partners should be sued for that!
Well, I don't know what specifically causes it, but, it hasn't happened with this driver yet. I will report back if I see it with this driver.
Right and if you don't install GE its not going to do anything, so its a waste. It really should be unloaded if you disable GE in installer.
Yes pc is fresh just a week ago and I did ddu and all that good stuff.
Oh and yes of course I restarted the pc if thats what you meant.
Ill install again and see what happens, maybe a fluke.
Nope, this driver just not good for my system for some reason, although the email problem I had seems better the webpage loading is not, im on this driver now and when I browse the web the pages are real slow loading, watch the wheel spin for awhile, and act strange in the way they load, its hard to explain, on other driver the page snaps in instantly but with these its kinda like a broken slide show if that makes any sense, the page comes together in pieces. Now Ill go back to 33 and all will be fine.
Back on 382.33 and all perfect
Thanks for the Info guys
Why DiRT 4 has no SLI profile yet ?
Oh, I know, but thanks. I install with only the Display Driver, MSVCRT (only needed if vc_redist_2013 were missing), NV12, and Physx folders remaining. I don't use any of the rest of it. I disable the audio controller.
So far no problems, no improvements (another reason I tend to stick with older drivers usually), but I do not O/C, SLI, or run multiple monitors or any of that.
It's so funny read about this "clean/fresh install" things:
This OS survived whole hardware replacement, from AMD/AMD to Intel/Nvidia.
And guess what? I have no any graphics driver related problems on AMD, nor Nvidia.
By the way, I'm using Firefox (53.0.3, multiprocess enabled) and do not have any problems with it with this driver version.
no problems with this driver yet. will test further
The firefox issue seems to be caused by having "hardware acceleration" enabled.
Disabling it fixes it for me.
Is "hardware acceleration" enabled by default? I haven't touched anything in Firefox settings and these drivers are working fine with it.