How do I determine which NVIDIA display driver version is currently installed on my Microsoft Windows PC? There are multiple ways to determine the NVIDIA display driver version that is installed on your PC. The easiest method is by inspecting the System Information through the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Please follow the instructions below to look up your NVIDIA display driver version through the NVIDIA Control Panel: 1) Begin by right-clicking with your mouse over the Windows desktop. This will bring up a small context menu. Select ' NVIDIA Control Panel' to launch the control panel for the NVIDIA display drivers. 2) Once the NVIDIA Control Panel window launches, left-click over the ' System Information' link on the bottom left hand corner to bring up the graphics card information. 3) A system information window will appear revealing your graphics card information. Search for the ' Driver Version' field followed by a number beside it.
This number represents your display driver version. Lenovo G505 Drivers For Windows 10. In the example below, the NVIDIA display driver version is 285.27.
I then looked at the drivers that had been installed for my Nvidia GTX 980, only to find it was a Microsoft version. Check Driver Status Windows 10. Once your check for Windows update, you may try to install Windows 10 and check.
What is NVIDIA Update? NVIDIA Update keeps your PC up-to-date with the latest NVIDIA drivers by notifying you when a new driver is available and directing you to the driver on. Starting with R275 drivers, NVIDIA Update also provides automatic updates for game and program profiles, including SLI profiles. Which products are supported by NVIDIA Update?