Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Ital, Mar 16, 2019.
The registry keys are not there. Ansel does not exist there.
It didn't do anything with the "off" switch included?
What does it print when you include the "?" switch instead?
Should give you something like this:
Btw. You do start a command prompt as administrator for it?
Might be that NvCleanInstall did put it there.
You can try creating a file with notepad named disableFreestyle.reg and copy/paste the code below into it, save it and merge it into the registry.
Or create the Key and Strings manually.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
I don't have any Ansel popup when firing up my games anymore, so either one does the trick.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Have you ever installed GFE? I believe Ansel gets installed with it. I have always used Standard drivers without GFE. Plus always used Nvslimmer to get rid of all the unnecessary bs. So never had NvCamera till now. These DCH drivers include the NvCamera needed for Ansel but not Ansel itself. It creates a useless overlay in game that can't even activate Ansel because without GFE there is no Ansel.
Didn't use DDU, so might have been there.
Tested out NvCleanInstall (to activate MSI and disable HDCP) instead of stripping the driver manually this time, I usually delete what I don't need and edit the installer config myself.
What ever though, I do not have that popup.
I wonder... if their are more benefits when the NvCamera folder is completely deleted after installation.
EDIT: Did Google a bit and found that in the 496.13 driver thread it was mentioned as a solution to delete that folder after installation.
Looked through all the last 3 driver at Nvidia and missed that lol But it for sure solved my problems. Including another issue of Cold War frame drops after tabbing out and starting a new match. Thanks for the help!
Not sure if it's already been asked, but I was just wondering why the stats GUI has been dropped?
That's a separate app now AFIK.
That's Nvidia Inspector. Nvidia Profile Inspector was once part of Nvidia Inspector but is now a standalone program that's developed separately. You can integrate it with Nvidia Inspector still so you can click the button to open Nvidia Profile Inspector like in the old one-application Nvidia Inspector days. Download the latest versions of both Nvidia Inspector and Nvidia Profile Inspector, install them into the same directory and you should be good to go by starting Nvidia Inspector.
Trying to enable Ultra Low Latency Mode to test with AC: Oddysey but it keeps throwing up an error.
Unhandled exception... DRS_SetSetting failed: NVAPI_SETTING_NOT_FOUND
I'm using 460.89 drivers.
Edit: Downloaded the latest version of Profile Inspector and now I can't find the setting
Yeah that setting was broken or something. So developer had to remove it. You'll have to set ULL in NVCP instead globally or otherwise.
Hello, thank you for such a great tool!
I'm currently working on trimming my OEM Nvidia driver prior to installation and one process has me curious. I'm trying to find information pertaining to what NvProfileUpdater64.exe actually does. I've only managed to find somebody's post on the Nvidia Forum, saying that it connects to Nvidia's servers and downloads game profiles. Is this information correct? Thanks in advance.
Yes, for pushing profile fixes to correct game issues without needing a full driver update.
Was previously utilised for Doom Eternal to resolve device loss crashes due to a client access violation issue.
Im currently using 126.96.36.199 with a legion 5 and GTX 1650 Ti. Is updating to latest 188.8.131.52 recommended for me? I mostly use it to enable optimus & the decicated GPU for MPC-HC.
You can read the change log to estimate whether you need newer version. As I recall NVIDIA changed some API behaviour, but I do not remember which version of Inspector mitigates that change.
But overall if you run Inspector and it does its job for you then you are not obliged to update.
Stupid question seeing I Been using inspector to export and import my profiles I made or edited back before I update drivers and then export the backup after each update.
Should I be use "include predefined setting" when exporting my profiles? or no? all this I have been using and always been curious.
My profiles exports and then update serve 2 purpose, So i dont have modify profiles i made for individual games again, if i actual modified to individual game, and show i dont track down all the rogue process I found over the years that hit on gpu even when idle that kept the system from idle clock, cause I use max performance in global
you don't have to.
I'm guessing nVidia Inspector has been abandoned at this point?
let change the question would the predifined setting screw newer drivers if I did? again i dont use it but i curious as to purpose
it would restore any value thats removed or changed in the new driver.
Well last build of the Nv Profile inspector was 1 year and 2 days ago? that is a long time.