This tutorial will show you how to do a clean install of NVIDIA graphics drivers for those having problems with the drivers. Here's How: 1. Download the driver you want to install from your computer manufacturer or from. The first thing to do is open, in the left column click change settings, in the drop down box select check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them.
The purpose of this is to keep Windows update from automatically installing a driver. We do not want conflicts with drivers.
Next go to your 'C' dive and there should be a folder named Nvidia. Open the folder and you will find a folder named 'Display Drivers', inside that folder will be all the drivers you have installed designated by number. Delete all of the folders with numbers but Do Not delete the Display Driver Folder itself. Next go to Control Panel (category View) and 7.
To uninstall your current NVIDIA Display Drivers from your system. Once the driver files have uninstalled, Windows will request that you restart your computer to. Download the latest NVIDIA display driver from the NVIDIA Download Drivers page. If your browser asks you if you wish to Save or Run the file, select Save. Selecting Run will save the file to a temporary directory. If a file is saved to a temporary directory, it is possible Windows may delete the file while you are installing the driver which will result in a bad install. Instead, save the driver to your Windows desktop. Versions of the driver from your system. This is a clean installation and. NVidia drivers. Install the latest nVidia or AMD driver for.
Scroll down to the Nvidia drivers and begin to uninstall them but read the info box below before you start. If you have an Nvidia chipset, DO NOT uninstall the chipset driver only the Display drivers. Also, uninstall all of the display type drivers but BE SURE TO UNINSTALL THE GRAPHICS DRIVER LAST. When you uninstall the Graphics driver, Windows will request a reboot, do so. Display Driver Amd Has Stopped Working Windows 10 on this page.