This driver version is so good !
No need to manual tweak the ini files, no need to do a non-signed driver install !
Thank you for this !
You are right, I'm updating nVidia driver only in those 2 case :
Driver is too old for specific game
Windows 10 replace my non-signed driver by...
Ok so what is the best/easy way to have a modded up-to-date driver ?
I'm talking about this topic :
A little more details :
Following the steps (creating and updating my vBIOS), have NO effect on the device ID that remain the same.
I just tried with the files from this topic... and the card is still not recognize by nVidia driver.
So I tried to build my own vBios...
Thank you for your answer, so is there an official solution for me ?
@moral hazard I'm looking at the post linked in your message, but I'm not really sure that the version is still up-to-date with me card :
Okay but you must do it in "AuthorizeNonSignedDriver" mode ?
So restart before and after driver installation ?
Hello and thank you all for your responses.
@moral hazard So a modded vbios will change my GPU device ID as a well known laptop/gpu combo, well...
You are true, even if bios don't detect it, W10 can use it :
1) the 970m is well detected in W10 and a basic nVidia driver is installed by w10...
I just upgraded my P170-SM with a nVidia 970m and the last official Clevo BIOS can't recognize it... what should I do ?
I am searching for a BIOS to upgrade my Clevo P170SM, in order to make it work easier with my Nvidia 970m... am I at the right place or...
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