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Numerous Windows 10 users are reportedly facing issues with Nvidia driver installations and various display problems after the free upgrade, as mandatory Windows 10 updates are apparently conflicting with Nvidia's native driver system.
Folks at Bidness ETC have reported that the system's display output crashes after Windows 10 automatically updates the Nvidia graphics card drivers via Windows update.
Affected Windows 10 users have taken to Reddit and Nvidia forums complaining about poor image rendering and stuttering issues while playing video games.
The simplest fix for this issue requires you to just restart the computer, after Windows Update has completed installing the video card drivers.
Nvidia has reportedly released new drivers to fix the issue, following widespread user complaints on forums and Reddit about Windows 10 driver problems.
You can either download the necessary Nvidia driver-fix via Windows Update by installing package KB3073930 or manually download the drivers, using the step-by-step guide provided below:
Step 1: Launch your favourite web browser (Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer) and navigate to the URL: http://www.geforce.com/drivers
Step 2: Scroll down to the Manual Driver Search section and enter your computer's configuration and hit Start Search
Step 3: Download the latest Nvidia drivers (v353.62) with Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) certification that has a release date of 29 July
Step 4: After the driver download completes, right-click on the downloaded file > choose Run as Administrator from the context menu
Step 5: Follow the onscreen instructions provided by the driver installation wizard to install the latest Nvidia driver. Wait until the driver installation completes and then restart the computer.
[Source: Bidness ETC]