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#1 Jim-Bo

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 06:22 AM

I have never really understood NIVIDA drivers and such. I think I remember folks saying leave them alone if not having display problems. My question is,,,I have two machines updated to windows-10.  An update for NIVIDA was included with both machines when updating windows. problem,,, there was a Glitch during reboot on each machine. I did finally work through it but near panicked..:) I now have these instances in my programs...Please see attached...Am I ok with this..?,,,or do I need to do something...Machines are working just find....Borrowing trouble again...?   Thanks for any and all advice...Jim    Sure hope I am not becoming a pest...:)

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 11:07 AM

Whenever you can honestly say, "machines are working fine," the answer to the question, "Do I need to do something?,"  is, "No no no no no."

 

If you are happy with the way things are and any changes would require significant user intervention (as opposed to Windows Updates or manufacturer recommended driver updates via their service tools) the old adage, "Never F*&K with a functioning system!," applies.


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Posted 23 November 2015 - 05:28 AM

Whenever you can honestly say, "machines are working fine," the answer to the question, "Do I need to do something?,"  is, "No no no no no."

 

If you are happy with the way things are and any changes would require significant user intervention (as opposed to Windows Updates or manufacturer recommended driver updates via their service tools) the old adage, "Never F*&K with a functioning system!," applies.

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