Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by B0B, Oct 13, 2017.
When I tried to do the DCH version, it said:
Clean out old drivers with DDU or last Driver Store Explorer(RAPR). A must if you switch from Standard to DCH drivers. Or just continue with Standard NVIDIA graphics drivers.
See also... Bro @j95 how to do + mod drivers http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/nvidia-geforce-driver-431-60-whql.829781/#post-10935488
The nvidia driver panel is still part of their drivers.
Run DDU in Safe Mode and clean out your existing driver. (I've found that DDU in standard mode doesn't do the job) You should then be able to install the DCH driver just fine.
On another note, I just upgraded my 1710's audio with a Creative G6 external DAC/Amp. It's pretty awesome, and the Creative Connect version I got is 184.108.40.206, and also detects and handles my Realtek SBX 720 too. Very nice of the app to do so.
@Papusan @Meaker@Sager @Chastity I used DDU in Safe Mode to uninstall both drivers. Did I do something wrong? I just used the recommended settings and chose "Clean and Restart." I installed the Intel DCH drivers fine, but couldn't install Nvidia DCH. It recommended the standard driver, which I tried to auto-install with GeForce Experience. However, I don't think it's installing? Whenever I reload GeForce Experience after the restart, it doesn't tell me I already have the latest driver installed.
Are you sure you are grabbing the right package? NVIDIA's download page defaults to Standard.
You can try these for fun: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ArwXzixQ74JbgcU0ETbW-N-9CCBzyA?e=nlFyjl 435.80 DCH
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windo...ok-win10-64bit-international-nsd-dch-whql.exe or these
DDU can cause odd effects which is why you dont use it everytime but as above just download a standard package from geforce.com
Always deleting drivers the normal way then use DDU in safe mode. And NVIDIA’s clean up is better than it has been.
So many people run into issues running ddu everytime with that it seems though.
DDU should be used only if you encounter a problem, and you want to install to a clean slate. I personally do upgrade installs, and only will wipe with DDU if there's an issue. And 98% of the time there isn't an issue. (I had to use DDU once, and that was to go back to a Standard package from GFE installing a DCH w/o telling me, and MS Store had taken down NVCP for a time.)
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