Nvidia GeForce 382.53 Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by zandathrax, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. Himitsu

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    Nope, it's a cheap brazilian 4k tv... well not cheap for us, but... you get the point... Just a limited version of normal hdr (hdr 10 if not mistaken).

    And this HDR simply doesn't work for months. Weird thing is, there is absolutely no oficial word on this!
     
  2. MegaFalloutFan

    MegaFalloutFan Master Guru

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    Well just install 378.92 driver (disable windows auto updates for drivers, otherwise it will auto-update it to newer driver)
     
  3. pSXAuthor

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    Go to "Display/Adjust desktop colour settings" in the nvidia control panel, select your monitor and see if there is an option called "Content type reported to the display". If its there make sure its set to "Desktop programs", and not "Auto-select (recommended)". Some monitors go black for a few seconds when switching between full and limited dynamic range which is what auto-select does (it does it based on whether or not it thinks you are viewing a video/content that was created with limited dynamic range in mind).
     
  4. Richginge

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    This driver has caused a windows 10 login sign on, reboot loop. Each time my laptop boots up into the sign-on screen, the laptop reboots.

    I have had to disable my dedicated graphics card in safe mode in-order to use my laptop; else it will be chucked out the window!

    Gigabyte Aero 14
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  5. Plug2k

    Plug2k Maha Guru

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    laptop issue that is, nothing wrong with desktop use when logging into windows 10.....
     
  6. The Phoenix

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    yeah i know im late but finally got to installing these,so far so good
     
  7. Monchis

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    Don´t tell me that evga is a super clocked or super something model with a premium tag on it, mine I don´t even remember the brand but it was the cheapest out there and has always been @1475 no prob. These days you can´t even trust evga to test their clocks lol.

    As for windows 10 I do agree, they finally fixed the nvidia control panel super lag like a month ago, but I still have to turn off my secondary display before switching to primary blindly with keyboard short cuts, or else it disappears and loses it´s set resolution... none of that is a problem in my old win7 partition :bang:
     
  8. jdc2389

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    I don't know if Nvidia or Windows 10 is to blame but on the last two latest windows insider builds 16215 and 16226 cold boot will fail at the windows logo most of the time. Other than that issue it's all good. Never forget to delete the unnecessary crap from the Nvidia drivers.


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  9. velocityx

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    one of the issues with nvidia drivers I realized, ok, maybe it's not an issue, but an annoyance. is that, whenever I change out drivers, there's a ton of stuff I have to redo everytime. I run three screens so I gotta go correct the borders on the HDMI, go correct color space. Later go into shadowplay redo all my shortcuts because defaults interfere with my native language keyboard keys, and later go change all the power options.

    Just my 2 cents I noticed from switching from team red.
     
  10. Mott

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    Fixed my issue with Unravel as it had nothing to do with the drivers. Finished it and Nier Automata without a single issue.

    Great drivers.

    Apparently it is a Windows issue and not Nvidia and MS says they are working on it...
     

  11. dr_rus

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    I still don't fully understand what the issue is. In CU there's an OS level control for HDR output, it's in Display Settings (right click the desktop). Because of this there are two ways in which NV's HDR API can work: with OS HDR off or with OS HDR on. Which one is giving issues? In which games? And on what connection? Can anyone with a HDR TV make some photos of these issues?
     
  12. Nastya

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    Looks like I have to skip this one, too - anybody know when the next driver might be released? Feel like I'm playing the lottery here on the G-SYNC dual-monitor 144/60Hz issue.
     
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  13. Flakman

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    Error 4101, Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

    Nothing but trouble with this and the previous driver. Went back to the 382.05 until nVidia can figure this out.
     
  14. AntiSnipe

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    Unstable as f### at factory clock. I have an MSI GeForce GTX 1060 3G OCV1 on order, but apparently they went out of stock (thanks to this crypto-currency crap) after I ordered or something because it's been stalled for about two weeks now, and the price went through the roof since then. Form $189 to over $300.
     
  15. Agent-A01

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    Have you tried updating bios?

    Check your version with GPU-Z
     

  16. Dragondale13

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    Really annoying.....so I thought Win Update would only install a gpu driver from its' data base, if the currently installed driver was older....turns out it'll overwrite any newer driver if that driver isn't signed....had XG 382.53 installed, booted up yesterday, loaded up WD2 and all the characters and vehicles, including mine, started glitching out like, their polygons would go crazy and come back.

    Quit the game, load back up, same thing, thought my card bit the dust, go back to Nvcpl and I'm on 382.05 official, WTF!! WTF did that happen? Re-install XG 382.53 over the top, game back to normal but now have to block the driver install using "hardware Id" group policy setting.

    Windows Update is out of control man....out of control.
     
  17. Flakman

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    It's worse than this.

    Yesterday I used DDU which blocks driver installs from windows update, even had the tool popup that stated windows update would be blocked.

    Imagine my surprise when I rebooted after DDU, and driver 382.05 was forced installed?

    This is a Windows 10 CU Pro install? So I'm guessing windows update has been changed again?
     
  18. Dragondale13

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    Yea idfk, it's way too aggressive.
     
  19. Mott

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    I don't know enough about it to give you a good answer but the best I can do is that the nVidia drivers which switch to WDDM 2.0 cause the HDR issues because of Windows 10 handling of HDR through WDDM 2.0. That is why the old driver work that only use WDDM 1.1 and not 2.0. MS has to sort out their issue with WDDM 2.0 and HDR while nVidia has to sit back and wait. I read that MS acknowledged this and that they are working on it. Past that I have not looked into it as it doesn't affect me.

    Sorry, but that is all I have.
     
  20. dr_rus

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    All Windows 10 drivers are WDDM 2.x, 1703 drivers are WDDM 2.2, 1607 are WDDM 2.1. WDDM 2.1 drivers do not support the new features of 1703 and thus they seem to be unaffected by the HDR issues.

    Hence why I'm asking for more details from those who do have the issue - I personally do not plan on buying HDR anything until HDR10+/12 and HDMI 2.1 will become a standard and can't reproduce this. People are saying that "colors are messed up" without specifying where, with what settings in both OS and driver, on which display devices, etc.
     

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