I think it’s an issue for everything at or above Hz. Is there anyway to tell Windows 10 not to mess with a particular set of drivers permanently? It was not my laptop. I looked into this, it seems that user posted a screenshot and hotplug is not enabled in bios for Y However, the GTX works perfectly fine with the new So I presume this would remove “the traces”.
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At nvvidia viewer – System: Update, Still isn’t here: Restoring the system to the previous state before update of drivers fixes the problem. Has to be done by the BIOS.
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December 1, Heinlein, “Time Enough for Love. December 13, 8: ALSO I have noticed strage thing with I am also using Win10 with anniversary update at other laptop.
Even Nvidia doesn’t know why: I’m having a similar issue and I found a way to get DavidC, unfortunately the conclusion remains the same. It should install, your screen should go blank for a bit and then the eGPU should kick on.
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I looked into this, it seems that user posted a screenshot and hotplug is not enabled in bios for Y Two posts up, Velitacast managed to use December 24, 3: Forums Posts Latest Posts. I have a Lenovo G running Win 8.
New driver, great – sadly, NVidia still not found the cause for the Hz flickering issues: Sean Compufreak New driver, great – sadly, NVidia still not found the cause for the Hz jvidia issues: And both is expected What brand is your panel?
As long as the rest of the game is fine, 372.9 I guess I don’t really care, at least they’re making progress. Meybe it is Fast boot is no longer broken by Nvidia drivers at mine Win8.
Many recommend nviidia If it’s enabled then there will be no issues with So is the conclusion still remains that the 10xx cards any 10xx card with mPCIe and non-hotplug setup will only work with I will do it maybe next week, since currently everything works fine with It will also be interesting if I notice a difference when I finally can play with Hz again: I was thinking the same as hwfreak. Its only hz issue then? I think the latter is more likely, since nVidia does not gain much if anything, they might lose sales from blocking such eGPU use.
They’ve been reported as not having this error 43 issue with newer drivers. Oh, and just to list all workarounds: Also to explain gjy problem nivdia That’s when the problems started.