Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by uKER, Sep 20, 2018.
I use it every time, its a great tool. Thanks.
Is it possible to process developer drivers? They are in RAR format...
Not currently, but I already have a 7z library in there, so I may add it if I get the time.
Exception code: 0x000006ba
Happened when extraction finished.
The same package works before. I can't fix my system, because I don't know where is the problem
Get me the URL to the package you were trying to process and I'll look into it.
is this app still working with the latest nVidia geforce driver v446.14?
No problems here.
@uKER In the new official 451.48 driver NVSlimmer 0.7 found new unknown folder "nview"
I didn't install it because I don't need nView but maybe you should add a description for it in the future release.
I agree it definitely needs supporting purely to clarify the issue.
Love your tool Uker. Great work.
I installed and removed new Nview file. It went funky on the screen after install but was OK after reboot. Didn't try it with anything yet.
Now all packages working without error. windows 10
Updated to v0.8.
Link in the OP.
@Vidik The Nview folder was there from before. They just changed the v to lowercase and I happened to be performing case-sensitive compares. It's working again now.
v0.8 up. thanks buddy for your work. nice utility
It seems that the default configuration for re-packing the drivers cause problems in Premiere Pro. With the GTX 1080 Ti, I'm getting a "Unsupported Video Driver" error when booting up Premiere 2020, with the default options from NVSlimmer.
What specific components is it looking for? If anyone knows, please inform me. Thanks
Thanks for the update, great job
sorry for the stupid question, but i remember there was an option to flag for rtx support? Or it has been embedded? Thanks
Windows 10 + scale 150% = v0.8 window does not have a bottom
v0.7 is OK