Windows 10 Display Driver Feedback Thread (7/16/15)
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With the arrival of Windows 10 build 10240 to Windows Insiders, we are seeing a nearly complete look at the final version of Windows 10 launching on July 29th. [url]http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/07/15/build-10240-now-available-for-windows-insiders-in-fast-and-slow-rings/[/url] Although the official Microsoft Windows 10 launch is still a couple of weeks away, we are committed to bringing you the same day 1 quality GeForce customers have come to expect. Our latest Windows 10 GeForce driver is version 353.62. Users may download this driver via Windows Update or from one of the URLs below: [u][b]Windows 10 64-bit[/b][/u] Desktop GeForce GPUs: [url]http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-desktop-win10-64bit-international.hf.exe[/url] Notebook GeForce GPUs: [url]http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-notebook-win10-64bit-international.hf.exe[/url] [u][b]Windows 10 32-bit[/b][/u] [b]Desktop GeForce GPUs:[/b] [url]http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-desktop-win10-32bit-international.hf.exe[/url] [b]Notebook GeForce GPUs:[/b] [url]http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-notebook-win10-32bit-international.hf.exe[/url] We would like to hear from Windows Insiders already running Windows 10. Please share your upgrade experience by filling out the Windows 10 feedback form below. Fill in as much information as possible as this will help us reproduce your issue. [url]http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=8ab5b74b2b9b490b2fc1481d01a3e28b[/url]
With the arrival of Windows 10 build 10240 to Windows Insiders, we are seeing a nearly complete look at the final version of Windows 10 launching on July 29th.

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/07/15/build-10240-now-available-for-windows-insiders-in-fast-and-slow-rings/

Although the official Microsoft Windows 10 launch is still a couple of weeks away, we are committed to bringing you the same day 1 quality GeForce customers have come to expect.

Our latest Windows 10 GeForce driver is version 353.62. Users may download this driver via Windows Update or from one of the URLs below:

Windows 10 64-bit
Desktop GeForce GPUs:
http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-desktop-win10-64bit-international.hf.exe
Notebook GeForce GPUs:
http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-notebook-win10-64bit-international.hf.exe


Windows 10 32-bit
Desktop GeForce GPUs:
http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-desktop-win10-32bit-international.hf.exe
Notebook GeForce GPUs:
http://international.download.nvidia.com/Windows/353.62/353.62-notebook-win10-32bit-international.hf.exe

We would like to hear from Windows Insiders already running Windows 10. Please share your upgrade experience by filling out the Windows 10 feedback form below. Fill in as much information as possible as this will help us reproduce your issue.

http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=8ab5b74b2b9b490b2fc1481d01a3e28b

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#1
Posted 07/16/2015 10:59 AM   
Hi Manuel, I've filled in the form but thought I'd reply here also. I'm still crashing when enabling SLI (literally almost immediately - crash seems to not happen if I use task manager to close windows explorer - so steam and other games don't seem to crash it - just have windows start menu open/trying to use windows shell crashes the pc and forces it to restart) I've tried in both two and three way configurations. It was stable in windows 8 and with the windows 8 drivers on windows 10 - none of the wdddm 2.0 branches have been stable for me in SLI. Fx8320 4ghz 10gb of 1600mhz 250gb SSD gtx 760 x3 (and two way) geforce driver 353.50 Windows 10 Build 10240 Thanks for any information regarding this bug.
Hi Manuel,

I've filled in the form but thought I'd reply here also.

I'm still crashing when enabling SLI (literally almost immediately - crash seems to not happen if I use task manager to close windows explorer - so steam and other games don't seem to crash it - just have windows start menu open/trying to use windows shell crashes the pc and forces it to restart)

I've tried in both two and three way configurations. It was stable in windows 8 and with the windows 8 drivers on windows 10 - none of the wdddm 2.0 branches have been stable for me in SLI.

Fx8320 4ghz
10gb of 1600mhz
250gb SSD
gtx 760 x3 (and two way)
geforce driver 353.50
Windows 10 Build 10240

Thanks for any information regarding this bug.

#2
Posted 07/16/2015 11:29 AM   
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/849503/geforce-drivers/need-help-repro-windows-10-sli-bluescreen-/ still not fixed with build 10240 + 353.50 :(

GPU: SLI EVGA GTX980 ACX 2.0 - 365.10 WHQL
CPU: i7 6700k
OS: Win7 64bit SP2 and win10 preview 14332 64bit
RAM: 2x 8GB Kingston HyperX
MB: GA-Z170X-Gaming 5-EU - BIOS F5
MONITOR: 2x Samsung SyncMaster S24A350H

#3
Posted 07/16/2015 01:39 PM   
FOr some reasons, with 10240 only 353.30 is offered. Both on my 970 and my laptop 780M
FOr some reasons, with 10240 only 353.30 is offered. Both on my 970 and my laptop 780M

My Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) : Here

Proud member of Nvidia Beta Program.

-Motherboard: MSI Z170A Gaming M5
-CPU: I7-6700K (All stock clock)
-PSU: Corsair 1000watt
-RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2133 (PC4 17000) Memory Kit Model F4-2133C15D-16GRR
-GPU : 1x MSI nVidia GTX 1080 Gaming 8G (bios : 86.04.17.00.8B)
-Monitor : Asus VH242H (a 60Hz Monitor)
-HDD: Samsung SSD 950 PRO 512GB + 2TB HDD Western Digital
-OS : Windows 10 X64 Pro Version 1607 Build 14393.693+
-NVCP: All default.
-I have the Oculus Rift !

#4
Posted 07/16/2015 02:14 PM   
where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe) edit: in windows update is nomore
where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe)

edit: in windows update is nomore

My PC:
CPU: Intel i5 2500 (@4.1)
COOLER: Coolermaster Hyper TX3
MBO: Gigabyte GA-P67X-UD3 B3
RAM: 2x4gb ddr3 1333 Kingmax
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1
POWER: Corsair TX 850W
SSD: OCZ Vertex 4 128 GB
HDD: WD 1 TB Caviar Black 3.5
HDD: WD 2 TB Green
HDD: WD 500 GB 3.5
HDD: WD 120 GB Scorpio 2.5
CASE: Antec 902
OS: Windows 10 pro 64bit insider slow ring
DISPLAY: Samsung P2770HD / Asus 22
KEYBOARD: Logitech G110
MICE: Logitech G600
RECIEVER: Yamaha RX-V430
SPEAKERS: U.S Blaster usb 4007
WOOFER: HECO Slam 12A

best wishes
Sinisa Mrakovcic

#5
Posted 07/16/2015 03:04 PM   
I posted this in another thread, but since this one is all fresh and new, I'll post it again. I just noticed something weird that may be related to the flickering problem I've been experiencing for some time now when SLI is enabled. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPRCL0cXrkc My main monitor is connected to one of my GTX 680s via HDMI. Its resolution and refresh rate are reported correctly by the NCP: https://i.imgur.com/CIp8Z3B.png My second monitor is connected to the same GTX 680 via DVI. The NCP does not recognize its resolution nor its refresh rate at all: https://i.imgur.com/YM9V0ya.png What's more, when I go to the "Adjust desktop size and position" option, the second monitor is reported to be running at 1680x1050. I don't have the option to set it to its native 1920x1080, nor can I force it to resize on the GPU. I can't change the position of the second monitor either: whenever I move it to align it with the main one on the NCP, it resets to touch one of the corners of the other monitor (as if they were placed diagonally). So, yeah. I'm pretty sure something's wrong somewhere here...
I posted this in another thread, but since this one is all fresh and new, I'll post it again.

I just noticed something weird that may be related to the flickering problem I've been experiencing for some time now when SLI is enabled.



My main monitor is connected to one of my GTX 680s via HDMI. Its resolution and refresh rate are reported correctly by the NCP: https://i.imgur.com/CIp8Z3B.png


My second monitor is connected to the same GTX 680 via DVI. The NCP does not recognize its resolution nor its refresh rate at all: https://i.imgur.com/YM9V0ya.png


What's more, when I go to the "Adjust desktop size and position" option, the second monitor is reported to be running at 1680x1050. I don't have the option to set it to its native 1920x1080, nor can I force it to resize on the GPU. I can't change the position of the second monitor either: whenever I move it to align it with the main one on the NCP, it resets to touch one of the corners of the other monitor (as if they were placed diagonally).

So, yeah. I'm pretty sure something's wrong somewhere here...

#6
Posted 07/16/2015 03:31 PM   
Dear Manuel, I'm using 10240 Windows 10 right now, and there is 1 issue with the Nvidia driver. The issue is: Whenever I play Diablo 3: Reaper of Soul in windowed mode, the screen is "flashing", it's like a disco light. And I tried all the latest drivers including the 353.49 Hotfix and 353.30 latest driver for Windows 10. This issue also happen with Starcraft 2 as well. And this has been happening not just with the 10240 build but those earlier builds like 10130, 10162, 10166, etc... My PC specs: INtel 5820K Asus X99-A board Asus GTX 970 16gb DDR4 Enermax 850w Psu Windows 10 10240 build
Dear Manuel,

I'm using 10240 Windows 10 right now, and there is 1 issue with the Nvidia driver.

The issue is:

Whenever I play Diablo 3: Reaper of Soul in windowed mode, the screen is "flashing", it's like a disco light.
And I tried all the latest drivers including the 353.49 Hotfix and 353.30 latest driver for Windows 10.

This issue also happen with Starcraft 2 as well. And this has been happening not just with the 10240 build but those earlier builds like 10130, 10162, 10166, etc...

My PC specs:

INtel 5820K
Asus X99-A board
Asus GTX 970
16gb DDR4
Enermax 850w Psu
Windows 10 10240 build

#7
Posted 07/16/2015 03:37 PM   
[quote=""]where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe) edit: in windows update is nomore[/quote] This is on Microsoft Update Catalog: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/driver/drvs/2015/07/200005770_89b7293e026e8a67a748e14d4b29ca4be6cbaaec.cab It contains a folder for x86 and a folder for x64. You'll see it once you extract it.
said:where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe)

edit: in windows update is nomore


This is on Microsoft Update Catalog: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/driver/drvs/2015/07/200005770_89b7293e026e8a67a748e14d4b29ca4be6cbaaec.cab

It contains a folder for x86 and a folder for x64. You'll see it once you extract it.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC, Samsung 46" LED TV @60Hz, NVidia driver 378.92, Win 10 build 15063 64-bit, 4770K cpu, 16GB RAM, ASUS Maximus VI Hero, SSD hard drives, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Soundblaster Zx PCI-e. Games: CoD Infinite Warfare, CoD Black Ops 3.

#8
Posted 07/16/2015 03:41 PM   
[quote=""]where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe) edit: in windows update is nomore[/quote] Yea I'm wondering about this as well, where can I download the 353.50 driver? Windows 10 Update won't let me get it anymore, only the 353.30 one. Thx.
said:where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe)

edit: in windows update is nomore


Yea I'm wondering about this as well, where can I download the 353.50 driver? Windows 10 Update won't let me get it anymore, only the 353.30 one. Thx.

#9
Posted 07/16/2015 03:42 PM   
[quote=""][quote=""]where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe) edit: in windows update is nomore[/quote] This is on Microsoft Update Catalog: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/driver/drvs/2015/07/200005770_89b7293e026e8a67a748e14d4b29ca4be6cbaaec.cab It contains a folder for x86 and a folder for x64. You'll see it once you extract it.[/quote] I already downloaded that and tried it, it did not work. Those are for laptop only drivers.
said:
said:where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe)

edit: in windows update is nomore


This is on Microsoft Update Catalog: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/driver/drvs/2015/07/200005770_89b7293e026e8a67a748e14d4b29ca4be6cbaaec.cab

It contains a folder for x86 and a folder for x64. You'll see it once you extract it.


I already downloaded that and tried it, it did not work. Those are for laptop only drivers.

#10
Posted 07/16/2015 03:48 PM   
[quote=""][quote=""]where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe) edit: in windows update is nomore[/quote] Yea I'm wondering about this as well, where can I download the 353.50 driver? Windows 10 Update won't let me get it anymore, only the 353.30 one. Thx.[/quote] NVidia support Live Chat advised me not to use that, and just wait for next driver. I can't make it install anyway.
said:
said:where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe)

edit: in windows update is nomore


Yea I'm wondering about this as well, where can I download the 353.50 driver? Windows 10 Update won't let me get it anymore, only the 353.30 one. Thx.


NVidia support Live Chat advised me not to use that, and just wait for next driver. I can't make it install anyway.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC, Samsung 46" LED TV @60Hz, NVidia driver 378.92, Win 10 build 15063 64-bit, 4770K cpu, 16GB RAM, ASUS Maximus VI Hero, SSD hard drives, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Soundblaster Zx PCI-e. Games: CoD Infinite Warfare, CoD Black Ops 3.

#11
Posted 07/16/2015 03:49 PM   
[quote=""][quote=""][quote=""]where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe) edit: in windows update is nomore[/quote] Yea I'm wondering about this as well, where can I download the 353.50 driver? Windows 10 Update won't let me get it anymore, only the 353.30 one. Thx.[/quote] NVidia support Live Chat advised me not to use that, and just wait for next driver. I can't make it install anyway.[/quote] Yea same here, just tried that and it won't let me install. It said cannot find compatible grahpic card. So when is the next driver coming out? It needs to come out a lot sooner, everyone is waiting.
said:
said:
said:where i can download 353.50 for windows 10 10240 64 bit (installer.exe)

edit: in windows update is nomore


Yea I'm wondering about this as well, where can I download the 353.50 driver? Windows 10 Update won't let me get it anymore, only the 353.30 one. Thx.


NVidia support Live Chat advised me not to use that, and just wait for next driver. I can't make it install anyway.


Yea same here, just tried that and it won't let me install. It said cannot find compatible grahpic card.

So when is the next driver coming out? It needs to come out a lot sooner, everyone is waiting.

#12
Posted 07/16/2015 03:56 PM   
You can always go to Microsoft Update Catalog here http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Home.aspx and do a search for "NVidia GTX 980" (or whatever) and it will show you the Win 10 drivers. Installing a hotfix driver may not be to our best interest if we've never had the issues the hotfix driver addresses. When will the next driver be ready? NVidia always says "When it is ready." They can't say "It'll be ready on Friday" and then if they find something wrong with it at the last minute then decide they'll have to break their promise to us.
You can always go to Microsoft Update Catalog here

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Home.aspx

and do a search for "NVidia GTX 980" (or whatever)
and it will show you the Win 10 drivers.

Installing a hotfix driver may not be to our best interest if we've never had the issues the hotfix driver addresses.

When will the next driver be ready?
NVidia always says "When it is ready."
They can't say "It'll be ready on Friday" and then if they find something wrong with it at the last minute then decide they'll have to break their promise to us.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC, Samsung 46" LED TV @60Hz, NVidia driver 378.92, Win 10 build 15063 64-bit, 4770K cpu, 16GB RAM, ASUS Maximus VI Hero, SSD hard drives, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Soundblaster Zx PCI-e. Games: CoD Infinite Warfare, CoD Black Ops 3.

#13
Posted 07/16/2015 04:05 PM   
[quote=""]You can always go to Microsoft Update Catalog here http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Home.aspx and do a search for "NVidia GTX 980" (or whatever) and it will show you the Win 10 drivers. Installing a hotfix driver may not be to our best interest if we've never had the issues the hotfix driver addresses. When will the next driver be ready? NVidia always says "When it is ready." They can't say "It'll be ready on Friday" and then if they find something wrong with it at the last minute then decide they'll have to break their promise to us.[/quote] When I clicked on that link, it said you need to be using the latest Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, and Im already using the latest one. So what's going on?
said:You can always go to Microsoft Update Catalog here

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Home.aspx

and do a search for "NVidia GTX 980" (or whatever)
and it will show you the Win 10 drivers.

Installing a hotfix driver may not be to our best interest if we've never had the issues the hotfix driver addresses.

When will the next driver be ready?
NVidia always says "When it is ready."
They can't say "It'll be ready on Friday" and then if they find something wrong with it at the last minute then decide they'll have to break their promise to us.


When I clicked on that link, it said you need to be using the latest Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, and Im already using the latest one. So what's going on?

#14
Posted 07/16/2015 04:15 PM   
And btw, this is not the 353.50 driver, it's the 353.30 one which Im currently using.
And btw, this is not the 353.50 driver, it's the 353.30 one which Im currently using.

#15
Posted 07/16/2015 04:26 PM   
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