Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Pill Monster, Oct 10, 2014.
Copied from old thread.
Someone finally got it. Thank you.
I've never used inspector, are there some nice tweaks for notebook users that shouldn't miss?
This isn't Quantum physics, you could have done it yourself instead of complaining.
I got crash with this version if i play BF4. No problem with prev versions.
I guess this was an indirect "Which ones?" as well
Hi to all!
I posted this to 344.11 thread but maybe it is better to post it here on inspector thread.
Indeed, quoting new release without providing download link so I can dig it up from deep within the thread is not quantum physics. It's retarded. And I'm not stupid enough to do it.
Ok, a few questions. Why does nvidia inspector call for wmiprvse.exe and why is it trying to connect to internets? Why is nvidia inspector exe itself trying to access internets the second I run it? Why does nvidia inspector call for print spooler to load frdvpr_ui.dll which apparently is foxit reader's (yes I have it installed) pfd printing component?
but opening nvinspector and clicking the new update released that flashes in your face is rocket science that warrants 3-4 posts of demeaning the posters that inform us of the update, apparently.
I have the same with bf4 and heaven bench as well. Just again, i have no issue with prev versions.
Excellent how you liking the new version?
1. for WHQL detection
2. for update check
3. i have no clue actually, there is nothing print spooler related inside
Im running the new version with BF4...no problems to report.
I don't like it mate, I love it. Kinda like having a Swiss army knife in your back pocket, always handy for something. lol
Just one small bug I've found, my GPU isn't recognized...
Any suggestions? Should I try using a hammer?
seems a little incomplete, but nothing to worry about. I would take a permanent marker a fill in the missing parts.
lol! I got the same message....except it was before I installed the driver for my 750gtx
If that thing bothers you so much, you can always disable by adding -skipUpdateCheck
I'd like to recommend something if I could. I use the ROG Swift 144hz monitor, and there's no option currently to set the monitor to 144 in game fps cap, only 120 max. It actually sets my monitor to 127 instead of 120 which is nice, but it would great if we could get preset settings for 144 as well.
Also one thing maybe worth noting, GSYNC can start to act like vsync on a 'bit' when allowed to touch that max refresh rate even though nvidia has it capped. The best work around is simply to cap fps at 135 to keep it far away from 144, so if that 135 preset would be available as well, it would be fantastic.
You can make your own presets by opening up the cfg/ini file. Copy the line of code for the 120 fps cap. Then paste after, changes the numbers to 144 and change the hex code to 0xF0000090.
It sounds complicated but actually it's real simple. I'll copy+paste when I get home.