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Nvidia GeForce driver problem

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#1 Naarg


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Posted 28 February 2016 - 02:58 PM

I have a big problem with my Nvidia GeForce graphic driver. It all started after full HDD format and installation of Windows 8.1 on my Asus laptop (with integrated and nvidia card). Driver seemed to work fine but i couldn't open Nvidia Control Panel, therefore I was unable to start any application with Nvidia GPU. Then I noticed something else. In Device Manager the card was shut down because of Code43 error. I've tried everything I could find online to fix it:
-Older Driver Installation
-Installation via GeForce Experience
-Uninstalling from device manager
-Display Driver Uninstaller and then clean installation
-Some it-shamanism I've found
-Finally upgrade to Windows 10
-Then again all the steps
And yet nothing has worked. It goes on for so long that I'm beginning to be desperate to find solution. It keeps me from gaming and working with programs such as Inventor.
If anyone knows how to deal with this problem, please help me.

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#2 usasma


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Posted 01 March 2016 - 07:15 AM

On most laptops, the driver for the integrated and discrete video cards must be downloaded from the laptop manufacturer's support website (not from Intel, AMD, or nVidia).

I had this problem on my Samsung laptop and have never fixed it - even with the Samsung drivers.


I suggest trying the Asus drivers first.

If that doesn't work, then try a restore of the system to it's original OS with the original Asus drivers.

If the card works well with the original OS, then do an upgrade to W10 BEFORE you install any 3rd party stuff.

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