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  1. What’s New in Version 390.77 WHQL

    Game Ready Drivers provide the best possible gaming experience for all major new releases, including Virtual Reality games. Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix is included for the best gameplay on day one.

    Game Ready

    Provides the optimal gaming experience for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, War Thunder, Black Desert Online, and Metal Gear Survive.

    Application SLI Profiles

    Added or updated the following SLI profiles:

    • DIRT4
    • Hot Lava
    • Metal Gear Survive • Ode

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3D Vision Profiles

Added or updated the following 3D Vision profiles:

• FIFI – Good
• Kingdom Come: Deliverace – Not recommended • Metal Gear Survive – Fair

3D Compatibility Mode Profiles 2DD

These games must be run in DirectX 10/11 mode to see improvements and are not compatible with 3D Vision Surround mode. See “3D Compatibility Mode” on page 11 for more information.

Added or updated the following compatibility mode profiles:

• Total War: Warhammer II – Fair Software Module Versions

• nView – 148.92
• HD Audio Driver – 1.3.36.6
• NVIDIA PhysX System Software – 9.17.0524 • GeForce Experience – 3.12.0.84
• CUDA-9.1

Release Note completa.

1 Introduction to Release Notes……………………………………………. 5

Structure of the Document ……………………………………………….. 5 Changes in this Edition ……………………………………………………. 5

2 Release 390 Driver Changes ……………………………………………… 6

Version 390.77 WHQL Highlights ………………………………………….. 6 Existing Support………………………………………………………… 7 What’sNewinVersion390.77WHQL ………………………………….7 What’s New in Release 390…………………………………………….. 9 Limitations in This Release ……………………………………………. 10 Advanced Driver Information …………………………………………. 11

Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 390.77……………………………… 15 Fixed Issues in this Release……………………………………………. 15 Open Issues in Version 390.77 WHQL…………………………………….. 16 Windows 10 Issues …………………………………………………….. 16 Issues Not Caused by NVIDIA Drivers …………………………………….. 17 Windows 7 Considerations …………………………………………….. 17 Unsupported Features…………………………………………………. 17 Operating System Issues ………………………………………………. 19 Application Issues……………………………………………………… 19 Known Product Limitations ………………………………………………. 20 GPU Temperature Reported Incorrectly on Optimus Systems………… 20 Damaged or Missing WMI Service Prevents NVIDIA Driver Installation .. 21

Screen Turns Black During Clean Overinstall of NVIDIA Drivers on Windows 8.1OptimusNotebook ………………………………………………..21

Total Available Graphics Memory Reported Incorrectly ………………. 22

Increasing 4-way SLI/Multi-GPU Performance ………………………… 23

3D Vision USB Driver Does Not Get Installed………………………….. 23

No PhysX Acceleration Using the GPU ………………………………… 24

NVIDIA PhysX System Software Cannot Be Installed or Uninstalled in Windows Safe Mode …………………………………………………… 24

3DMark 11 Does Not Run in Stereoscopic 3D Mode …………………… 24 Do Not Use Windows Rollback for Graphics Drivers ………………….. 25 Uninstalling Drivers Using Device Manager is Not Supported ………… 25

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Changing Primary Display Across SLI GPUs Slower Than Expected ….. 25

Using HDMI Audio with Displays That Have a High Native Resolution… 26

Using HDMI/DisplayPort Audio in Dualview or Clone Mode …………… 26

Flat Panel Scaling Controls Not Functional for Some TV Modes in Some Displays………………………………………………………………… 26

GPU Runs at a High Performance Level (full clock speeds) in Multi-display Modes ………………………………………………………………….27

1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz Not Available on BenQ FP241W Monitors ………. 27

3 The Release 390 Driver…………………………………………………..28

About the Release 390 Driver ……………………………………………. 28 Hardware and Software Support…………………………………………. 28 Supported Operating Systems…………………………………………. 29 Support for OpenCL 1.2 ……………………………………………….. 29 Supported NVIDIA Desktop Products ………………………………….. 29 Supported NVIDIA Notebook Products ………………………………… 31 Supported Languages………………………………………………….. 35 Driver Installation ………………………………………………………… 35 Minimum Hard Disk Space …………………………………………….. 35 Before You Begin ………………………………………………………. 36 Installation Instructions……………………………………………….. 36

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LIST OF TABLES

Table3.1 SupportedNVIDIADesktopGPUs…………………………………………29 Table3.2 SupportedNVIDIANotebookGPUs……………………………………….32

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This edition of Release Notes describes the Release 390 family of NVIDIA® graphics

drivers (versions 390.xx to 395.xx) for Microsoft® Windows® 7 and later1. NVIDIA provides these notes to describe performance improvements and bug fixes in each documented version of the driver.

Structure of the Document

This document is organized in the following sections:

 “Release 390 Driver Changes” on page 6 gives a summary of changes, and fixed and open issues in this version.

 “The Release 390 Driver” on page 28 describes the NVIDIA products and languages supported by this driver, the system requirements, and how to install the driver.

Changes in this Edition

This edition of the Release Notes for Windows includes information about NVIDIA graphics driver version 390.77 WHQL and lists changes made to the driver since driver version 385.69. These changes are discussed beginning with the chapter “Release 390 Driver Changes” on page 6.

1. Includes Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.

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1 INTRODUCTION TO RELEASE NOTES

This chapter describes open issues for version 390.77 WHQL, and resolved issues and driver enhancements for versions of the Release 390 driver up to version 390.77 WHQL.

The chapter contains these sections:
 “Version 390.77 WHQL Highlights” on page 6’
 “Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 390.77” on page 15  “Open Issues in Version 390.77 WHQL” on page 16
 “Issues Not Caused by NVIDIA Drivers” on page 17
 “Known Product Limitations” on page 20

Version 390.77 WHQL Highlights

This section provides highlights of version 390.77 WHQL of the NVIDIA Release 390 Driver for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 101.

 What’s New in Version 390.77 WHQL  What’s New in Release 390
 Limitations in This Release
 Advanced Driver Information

1. IncludessupportforWindows10FallCreatorsUpdate

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Existing Support

This release supports the following APIs:

  •   Open Computing Language (OpenCLTM software) 1.2 for NVIDIA® KeplerTM and later GPUs
  •   OpenGL® 4.6
  •   Vulkan® 1.0
  •   DirectX 11
  •   DirectX 12 (Windows 10)

    What’s New in Version 390.77 WHQL

    Game Ready Drivers provide the best possible gaming experience for all major new releases, including Virtual Reality games. Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix is included for the best gameplay on day one.

    Game Ready

    Provides the optimal gaming experience for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, War Thunder, Black Desert Online, and Metal Gear Survive.

    Application SLI Profiles

    Added or updated the following SLI profiles:

    • DIRT4
    • Hot Lava
    • Metal Gear Survive • Ode

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3D Vision Profiles

Added or updated the following 3D Vision profiles:

• FIFI – Good
• Kingdom Come: Deliverace – Not recommended • Metal Gear Survive – Fair

3D Compatibility Mode Profiles 2DD

These games must be run in DirectX 10/11 mode to see improvements and are not compatible with 3D Vision Surround mode. See “3D Compatibility Mode” on page 11 for more information.

Added or updated the following compatibility mode profiles:

• Total War: Warhammer II – Fair Software Module Versions

• nView – 148.92
• HD Audio Driver – 1.3.36.6
• NVIDIA PhysX System Software – 9.17.0524 • GeForce Experience – 3.12.0.84
• CUDA-9.1

Fixed Issues

See “Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 390.77” on page 15 for a list of other changes and resolved issues in this driver version.

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What’s New in Release 390

This section summarizes the driver changes previously introduced in Release 390.
For these release notes, new items are documented under What’s New in Version 390.77

WHQL. Game Ready

Provides the optimal gaming experience for Fortnite, including support for ShadowPlay Highlights in Battle Royale mode.

Gaming Technology

Adds support for NVIDIA Freestyle which lets you apply post-processing filters to your games while you play.

New Features

 eGPU
Added pop-up balloon to alert the user if an eGPU has been connected or

disconnected.

Application SLI Profiles

Added or updated the following SLI profiles:

• DIRT4
• Total War: WARHAMMER II • X-Morph: Defense

3D Vision Profiles Optimus and/or SLI Stereo

The 3D Vision profiles are the same as those documented under What’s New in Version 390.77 WHQL.

3D Compatibility Mode Profiles 2DD

The compatibility mode profiles are the same as those documented under What’s New in Version 390.77 WHQL.

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Limitations in This Release

The following features are not currently supported or have limited support in this driver release:

Crescent Bay and OSVR Headsets on Multiple GPU Systems

With Release 367 and future NVIDIA drivers, Crescent Bay and Open Source Virtual Reality development kit headsets will not work with VRWorks Direct Mode in systems that contain GPUs from multiple vendors (for example, NVIDIA and Intel). For such systems, please disable the Intel integrated graphics (from the system BIOS) in order to use Direct Mode.

Negative LOD Bias Clamp

Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based GPUs and later.

Experimental OpenCL 2.0 Features

Select features in OpenCL 2.0 are available in the driver for evaluation purposes only. The following are the features as well as a description of known issues with these features in the driver:

 Device side enqueue

•The current implementation is limited to 64-bit platforms only.

•OpenCL 2.0 allows kernels to be enqueued with global_work_size larger than the compute capability of the NVIDIA GPU. The current implementation supports only combinations of global_work_size and local_work_size that are within the compute capability of the NVIDIA GPU.

The maximum supported CUDA grid and block size of NVIDIA GPUs is available at http://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/cuda-c-programming-guide/index.html#compute- capabilities. For a given grid dimension, the global_work_size can be determined by CUDA grid size x CUDA block size.

•For executing kernels (whether from the host or the device), OpenCL 2.0 supports non-uniform ND-ranges where global_work_size does not need to be divisible by the local_work_size. This capability is not yet supported in the NVIDIA driver, and therefore not supported for device side kernel enqueues.

 Shared virtual memory
•The current implementation of shared virtual memory is limited to 64-bit platforms

only.

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Advanced Driver Information

This section contains the following additional information about the driver:

  •   Differing GPU Voltages in SLI Mode
  •   3D Compatibility Mode
  •   Help for Resizing Your HDTV Desktop
  •   Understanding the DirectX Information Shown in the NVIDIA System Information Window

    Differing GPU Voltages in SLI Mode

    When non-identical GPUs are used in SLI mode, they may run at different voltages. This occurs because the GPU clocks are kept as close as possible, and the clock of the higher performance GPU is limited by that of the other. One benefit is that the higher performance GPU saves power by running at slightly reduced voltages.

    An end-user gains nothing by attempting to raise the voltage of the higher performance GPU because its clocks must not exceed those of the other GPU.

    3D Compatibility Mode

    3D Compatibility Mode is an NVIDIA proprietary rendering mode for 3D Vision that improves the 3D experience for many key DirectX 10 and 11 games. NVIDIA continues to add game support with new driver versions.

    Requirements and Compatibility

     Games must be run in DirectX 10 or DirectX 11 mode.  Not compatible with 3D Vision Surround.

    Switching Compatibility Modes

    Games with 3D Compatibility Mode will launch in this mode by default. You can switch between 3D Compatibility mode and standard 3D Vision mode as follows:

  1. 1  Before starting the game, enable Advanced In-game Settings in the NVIDIA Control Panel:
    1. a  Open the NVIDIA Control Panel and navigate to the Stereoscopic 3D->Set up stereoscopic 3D page and click Set Keyboard Shortcuts.
    2. b  ClicktheShowadvancedin-gamesettingsarrowifthesectionisnotexpanded,then select Enable advanced in-game settings.
    3. c  Click OK.
  2. 2  Press Ctrl+Alt+F11 during the game to toggle between 3D Compatibility mode and

    standard 3D Vision mode.

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Help for Resizing Your HDTV Desktop

The best way to resize the screen in order to view the entire content is to use the controls provided by the display hardware. Click the link on the Size tab to view a guide to changing the settings on your display hardware.

The resize controls on the NVIDIA Control Panel are provided in case satisfactory results cannot be achieved using the controls on the display.

After resizing the HDTV desktop using the NVIDIA Control Panel Resize controls, the new custom resolution created is now added to the list of available resolutions for that display, and also added to the resolution list within the game or application.

The method for resizing the HDTV desktop was improved to provide better image quality when applying underscan. This method results in a new custom resolution being created which needs to be selected from games or applications to apply the resizing. In the example displayed in the following screen shot, the underscan has created a new resolution (1216 × 682). Although this resolution looks different, it is still in HD format.

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Remember to select this resolution in your game or other application in order to take advantage of it.

Understanding the DirectX Information Shown in the NVIDIA System Information Window

The System Information window–accessed by clicking System Information at the bottom left corner of the NVIDIA Control Panel–provides technical information about the NVIDIA graphics cards and driver installed in the system.

It also provides the following system information:
 Operating system: For example, “Windows 7 Enterprise, 64-bit”  DirectX runtime version: For example, “11.0”

In order to use the version of DirectX reported in the System Information window, the NVIDIA GPU and graphics driver must also support that DirectX version.

This information is provided in the Graphics card information section of the System Information window as follows:

 DirectX support
(Provided in previous driver versions)

This is the DirectX version that is supported by the NVIDIA graphics hardware and driver.

 Direct3D API version
(Provided in later driver versions, for Windows 7 and later.)

This is the Direct3D version that is supported by the NVIDIA graphics hardware and driver. The API version is expressed in terms of Direct3D – the graphics subsystem component of DirectX.

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Note: Some games or applications may not support the new resolution.

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 Direct3D feature level
(Provided in later driver versions, for Windows 7 and later)

Direct3D feature levels describe a subset of features within the Direct3D API version that are supported by the NVIDIA graphics hardware and driver.

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Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 390.77

The following sections list the important changes and the most common issues resolved in this version. This list is only a subset of the total number of changes made in this driver version. The NVIDIA bug number is provided for reference.

Fixed Issues in this Release

  •   [SLI][Dirt 4]: There is corruption and flickering in the game with SLI enabled. [200376552]
  •   [Neverwinter Nights]: Some graphics are missing. [2024453]
  •   [Optimus Notebook]: GeForce Experience may launch with a black screen. [2009290]
  •   [3DMark]: There is a drop in the benchmark performance. [2042217]
  •   [GeForce GTX 1080][G-SYNC]: Performance issues occurred with G-SYNC windowed mode enabled. [2032623]
  •   [GeForce GTX 1070 Ti][NVIDIA Control Panel]: The NVIDIA Control Panel->Output Dynamic Range setting does not persist but switches from Full to Limited after rebooting the system. [200378878]

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Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 390.77

Open Issues in Version 390.77 WHQL

As with every released driver, version 390.77 WHQL of the Release 390 driver has open issues and enhancement requests associated with it. This section includes lists of issues that are either not fixed or not implemented in this version. Some problems listed may not have been thoroughly investigated and, in fact, may not be NVIDIA issues. Others may have workaround solutions.

For notebook computers, issues can be system-specific and may not be seen on your particular notebook.

Windows 10 Issues

  •   [NVIDIA TITAN V][G-Sync]: G-Sync displays may go blank when switching between different overclocked memory clocks multiple times. [200361272]
  •   [SLI][GeForce GTX 780 Ti]: There is no display output when connecting the DisplayPort and two DVI monitors. [1835763]
  •   [GeForce TITAN (Kepler-based)]: The OS fails after installing the graphics card on a Threadripper-enabled motherboard. [1973303]
  •   [Pascal GPUs][Gears of War 4]: Blue-screen crash may occur while playing the game. [2008731]
  •   [GeForce GTX 1080 Ti][Doom]: The game crashes due to the driver reverting to OpenGL 1.1 when HDR is enabled. [2049623]

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Open Issues in Version 390.77 WHQL

Issues Not Caused by NVIDIA Drivers

This section lists issues that are not due to the NVIDIA driver as well as features that are not meant to be supported by the NVIDIA driver for Windows 7.

 “Windows 7 Considerations” on page 17  “Unsupported Features” on page 17
 “Operating System Issues” on page 19
 “Application Issues” on page 19

Windows 7 Considerations Hotplug Action

Under Windows 7, the default settings are not applied when a new display is hotplugged, and there is no message balloon alert stating that a new display was detected. All display connection and detection events are handled through the Windows 7 Connecting and Configuring Displays (CCD) mechanism.

NVIDIA Control Panel Rotate Display Page

The rotation radio button labels are consistent with the Microsoft panel

Table 2.1 NVIDIA Control Panel Rotation Page Radio Buttons

Limitation

 When switching the refresh rate from 59 Hz to 60Hz, the refresh rate remains at 59 Hz. See the Microsoft KB article KB2006076 at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2006076.

Unsupported Features

The following are features and functionality that were available in driver releases supporting Windows XP, but are not–and will not be–available in driver releases for Windows 7:

 High resolution scaling desktop (HRSD)
 MultiView Display Mode (for NVIDIA Quadro NVS graphics cards)

Issues Not Caused by NVIDIA Drivers

Clockwise Rotation

Windows 7 Label

0 degrees

Landscape

90 degrees

Portrait

180 degrees

Landscape (flipped)

270 degrees

Portrait (flipped)

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  •   NVKeystone
  •   Unified back buffer (UBB) controls
  •   OpenGL Video Overlays

    This is an operating system limitation.

    Windows 7 window manager features will provide new ways of accomplishing overlays, but will require application porting.

  •   Overclocking

    GPU overclocking is no longer supported in the default GPU driver control panel. This feature is available in the NVIDIA System Tools software, which you can download from NVIDIA.com.

  •   GPU Temperature Monitoring

    Temperature monitoring is no longer supported in the default GPU driver control panel. This feature is available in the NVIDIA System Tools software, which you can download from NVIDIA.com.

  •   AGP Settings Adjustment
  •   Video Zoom
  •   Pan & Scan – the process of panning across the desktop in order to display a desktop on a monitor with lower resolution
  •   Per-display Desktop Color Setting Adjustments
    For Clone mode, the desktop color setting adjustments through the NVIDIA Control

    Panel can only be made across all displays in a system, and not on a per-display basis.

  •   Per-display Video Color Setting Adjustments
    For Dualview mode, the video color setting adjustments through the NVIDIA Control

    Panel can only be made across all displays in a system, and not on a per-display basis.

  •   Edge Blending
  •   Run display optimization wizard
  •   Run multiple display wizard
  •   Run television setup wizard
  •   nView Horizontal and Vertical Span Modes

    Due to architectural changes of the Windows Window Display Driver Model (WDDM), span mode cannot be supported in NVIDIA graphics drivers. NVIDIA recommends using the built-in Windows multi-display modes.

  •   Display/Connection Wizard (such as was provided with Windows Media Center Edition)
  •   DVD/MPEG Extensions (such as was provided with Windows Media Center Edition)
  •   Audio Extensions (such as was provided with Windows Media Center Edition)
  •   NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager

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Issues Not Caused by NVIDIA Drivers

The nView Desktop Manager will not be included in drivers for GeForce products.

Operating System Issues

  •   [Windows 10 Fall Creators Update][HDTV]: 12 bpc is automatically applied even on HDTVs that support only 8 bpc, resulting in a scrambled display. [2007663]

    To work around, open the NVIDIA Control Panel->Change Resolution page, select “Use NVIDIA color settings”, then set the Output color depth to 8 bpc.

  •   When upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8, the system fails to retrieve the installed WHQL display driver. [1024416]

    See the Microsoft KB article KB2743349 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2743349. Application Issues

    Fixed Frame Rate Games

    Some games and applications are designed to run at a fixed frame rate, and consequently do not take advantage of NVIDIA G-Sync. To prevent issues, G-Sync may be disabled for those applications.

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Issues Not Caused by NVIDIA Drivers

Known Product Limitations

This section describes problems that will not be fixed. Usually, the source of the problem is beyond the control of NVIDIA. Following is the list of problems and where they are discussed in this document:

  •   “GPU Temperature Reported Incorrectly on Optimus Systems” on page 20
  •   “Damaged or Missing WMI Service Prevents NVIDIA Driver Installation” on page 21
  •   “Screen Turns Black During Clean Overinstall of NVIDIA Drivers on Windows 8.1 Optimus Notebook” on page 21
  •   “Total Available Graphics Memory Reported Incorrectly” on page 22
  •   “Increasing 4-way SLI/Multi-GPU Performance” on page 23
  •   “3D Vision USB Driver Does Not Get Installed” on page 23
  •   “No PhysX Acceleration Using the GPU” on page 24
  •   “NVIDIA PhysX System Software Cannot Be Installed or Uninstalled in Windows Safe Mode” on page 24
  •   “3DMark 11 Does Not Run in Stereoscopic 3D Mode” on page 24
  •   “Do Not Use Windows Rollback for Graphics Drivers” on page 25
  •   “Uninstalling Drivers Using Device Manager is Not Supported” on page 25
  •   “Changing Primary Display Across SLI GPUs Slower Than Expected” on page 25
  •   “Using HDMI Audio with Displays That Have a High Native Resolution” on page 26
  •   “Using HDMI/DisplayPort Audio in Dualview or Clone Mode” on page 26
  •   “Flat Panel Scaling Controls Not Functional for Some TV Modes in Some Displays” on page 26
  •   “GPU Runs at a High Performance Level (full clock speeds) in Multi-display Modes” on page 27
  •   “1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz Not Available on BenQ FP241W Monitors” on page 27
    GPU Temperature Reported Incorrectly on Optimus Systems

    Issue

    On Optimus systems, temperature-reporting tools such as Speccy or GPU-Z report that the NVIDIA GPU temperature is zero when no applications are running.

    Explanation

    On Optimus systems, when the NVIDIA GPU is not being used then it is put into a low- power state. This causes temperature-reporting tools to return incorrect values.

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Known Product Limitations

Waking up the GPU to query the temperature would result in meaningless measurements because the GPU temperature change as a result.

These tools will report accurate temperatures only when the GPU is awake and running.

Damaged or Missing WMI Service Prevents NVIDIA Driver Installation

Issue

“Install failed” or “Install Failed, could not find compatible graphics hardware” message may appear during installation, even if the system has a compatible graphics card. This can occur when installing the NVIDIA driver or GeForce Experience software.

Cause

This issue could be the result of a corrupt WMI service on your system. The NVIDIA Installer requires the WMI service to properly install the driver or other NVIDIA software.

Resolution

You must repair the WMI service on your system in order to successfully install NVIDIA drivers. A future driver release will alert the user during installation that there is a problem with the WMI service on the system.

Screen Turns Black During Clean Overinstall of NVIDIA Drivers on Windows 8.1 Optimus Notebook

Issue

After installing a Release 325 driver earlier than version 326.09 on an Optimus notebook running Windows 8.1, a subsequent clean overinstall of a later driver results in a black screen. The screen turns black when the driver uninstalls the older driver.

Typically, you may encounter this when attempting to upgrade the NVIDIA driver after installing Windows 8.1. While installing Windows 8.1, Windows Update installs NVIDIA driver version 326.01, then during the clean overinstall the black screen occurs as the older driver is uninstalled.

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Known Product Limitations

Workaround – Prevention

To avoid the issue during the initial installation of Windows 8.1, do not reboot the system after Windows Update installs the NVIDIA driver. Then perform the custom clean overinstall of the newer driver.

Resolution

This issue does not occur after installing an NVIDIA driver version 326.09 or later for Windows 8.1. When driver version 326.09 or later is installed, performing a clean overinstall with a newer driver will not result in a black screen.

Total Available Graphics Memory Reported Incorrectly Background–TAG Memory

In the Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM), Total Available Graphics (TAG) memory is reported as the sum of

  • Dedicated Video Memory (video memory dedicated for graphics use)
  • Dedicated System Memory (system memory dedicated for graphics use), and
  • Shared System Memory (system memory shared between the graphics subsystem and the CPU).

    The values for each of these components are computed according to WDDM guidelines when the NVIDIA Display Driver is loaded.

    Issue

    Some TAG-reporting APIs represent video memory using 32-bits instead of 64-bits, and consequently do not properly report available graphics memory when the TAG would otherwise exceed 4 gigabytes (GB). This results in under reporting of available memory and potentially undesirable behavior of applications that rely on these APIs to report available memory.

    The under reporting can be extreme. For example, 6 GB might be reported as 454 MB, and 8 GB might be reported as 1259 MB.

    Driver Action for GeForce-based Graphics Systems

    On graphics systems with less than 2.75 GB of advertized physical memory, the NVIDIA display driver typically limits the Shared System Memory to maintain a TAG memory

    value of less than 4 GB1.

1. The WDDM guidelines dictate minimum and maximum values for the components, but the dis- play driver may further constrain the values that are reported (within the allowed minimum and maximum).

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Known Product Limitations

  •   This results in reliable reporting of sub-4 GB TAG memory on systems with less than 2.75 GB of advertised physical memory.
  •   On systems with 2.75 GB or more of advertized physical memory, you may see different reported TAG memory values between the NVIDIA Control Panel and other reporting APIs.

    Increasing 4-way SLI/Multi-GPU Performance Issue

    With some games and applications, you may experience little to no performance gain or even a performance drop with 4-way SLI or multi-GPU configurations.

    Resolution

  1. 1  Open the NVIDIA Control Panel, then click Manage 3D Settings from the navigation pane.
  2. 2  ClicktheGlobalSettingstab,thenscrolltothePowermanagementmodefeature,clickthe corresponding list arrow and select Prefer maximum performance, then click Apply.

3D Vision USB Driver Does Not Get Installed Issue

After installing the NVIDIA graphics driver, if the 3D Vision USB emitter was not plugged in, the 3D Vision USB Controller driver does not get installed. If you plug in the emitter after installing the driver, the indicator light on the emitter will flash red and will not turn green.

Resolution

To fix this issue, NVIDIA recommends performing a driver re-install with the 3D Vision USB emitter connected. Please download the latest drivers and follow these steps:

  1. 1  Plug in the 3D Vision USB emitter.
  2. 2  Re-install the NVIDIA driver.

    Select Custom (Advanced) and then select Perform a clean Installation during the driver installation.

  3. 3  Reboot.

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Known Product Limitations

No PhysX Acceleration Using the GPU

If after installing the PhysX System Software you find that there is no PhysX acceleration on supported applications, repeat the PhysX setup as follows:

  1. 1  Reboot the PC.
  2. 2  Open the NVIDIA Control Panel and then, under 3D Settings, click Set PhysX

    configuration to open that page.

  3. 3  Under Select a PhysX processor, verify that either auto-select or a specific NVIDIA

    GPU is selected.

  4. 4  Click Apply.

NVIDIA PhysX System Software Cannot Be Installed or Uninstalled in Windows Safe Mode

Issue

The NVIDIA PhysX System Software is not included in the NVIDIA driver installation/ uninstallation under safe mode.

Explanation

The NVIDIA PhysX System Software installer is not compatible with Microsoft’s policy for Windows Safe Mode. Consequently, installation or uninstallation of the PhysX System Software under safe mode would fail. To allow installation or uninstallation of the graphics driver under safe mode, the NVIDIA PhysX System Software is blocked from the process.

3DMark 11 Does Not Run in Stereoscopic 3D Mode Issue

When attempting to run 3DMark 11 with NVIDIA 3D Vision enabled, the benchmark may hang, present a black screen, or in other ways not appear correctly.

Explanation

3DMark 11 is not compatible with running in stereoscopic 3D. To facilitate running the benchmark, recent drivers will run it in monoscopic mode, even with 3D Vision enabled.

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Known Product Limitations

Do Not Use Windows Rollback for Graphics Drivers

To reinstall a previous or older NVIDIA graphics driver, do not use the Windows rollback feature. This method will not reliably restore all the previous driver files.

Instead, use the Windows Add and Remove programs to remove the current driver, and then install the older driver using setup.exe.

Uninstalling Drivers Using Device Manager is Not Supported Issue

On all supported versions of Microsoft Windows, uninstalling the NVIDIA driver using the Windows Device Manager may not remove associated files or applications.

Explanation

Microsoft has confirmed that this behavior is by design. If you wish to uninstall the NVIDIA driver, it is recommended that you do so using Add and Remove programs.

See the Microsoft KB article 2278714.
Changing Primary Display Across SLI GPUs Slower Than

Expected Issue

On an SLI system, switching the primary (or SLI focus) display when each display in the SLI group is connected to a different GPU takes longer than expected.

Explanation

On an SLI system with each SLI GPU driving a display, the display connected to the slave GPU is the primary display (also the SLI focus display). In order to switch the primary display to the one connected to the other GPU, the master and slave GPU configuration must also switch. In order to reassign which GPU is the master and which is the slave, the driver must be reloaded. It is the process of reloading the driver that takes the additional time.

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Known Product Limitations

Using HDMI Audio with Displays That Have a High Native Resolution

To use HDMI audio with some displays that have a native resolution higher than 1920 × 1080, you must set the display to a lower HD resolution.

Some HDMI displays have a native resolution that exceeds the maximum supported HD mode. For example, displays with a native resolution of 1920 × 1200 exceed the maximum supported HD mode of 1920 × 1080.

Applying this native mode results in display overscan which cannot be resized using the NVIDIA Control Panel since the mode is not an HD mode.

To avoid this situation and provide a better user experience, the driver treats certain TVs– such as the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the Westinghouse LVM- 37w3–as a DVI monitor when applying the native mode. Because the driver does not treat the TV as an HDMI in this case, the HDMI audio is not used.

Using HDMI/DisplayPort Audio in Dualview or Clone Mode Two Audio-enabled Ports

In a multi-display configuration where both HDMI/DisplayPort audio ports are enabled, only the primary display will provide the audio.

One Audio-enabled Port

In a multi-display configuration where only one audio port is enabled, such as when one display is a DVI display, then the HDMI/DisplayPort display can provide the audio whether is it the primary or secondary display.

Flat Panel Scaling Controls Not Functional for Some TV Modes in Some Displays

The NVIDIA Control Panel flat panel scaling controls on the “Adjust Size & Position” page are not intended to be used for TV modes, and normally the controls are not available for TV or HDTV displays.

However, Microsoft requires that certain TV/HDTV modes be available for all digital displays, including DVI and HDMI, even if they are not HDTV.

While the NVIDIA flat panel scaling controls are available for those displays, they will not be functional for the TV modes that appear in compliance with the Microsoft requirements. The affected modes are as follows:

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Known Product Limitations

 1920 × 1080i @ 50/59.94/60 Hz  1280 × 720p @ 50/59.94/60 Hz  720 × 480p @ 59.94/60 Hz
 720 × 576p @ 50 Hz

GPU Runs at a High Performance Level (full clock speeds) in Multi-display Modes

This is a hardware limitation with desktop and older notebook GPUs, and not a software bug. When multiple displays are connected and active, the GPU will always operate with full clock speeds in order to efficiently drive multiple displays–even when no 3D programs are running.

1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz Not Available on BenQ FP241W Monitors Even though the monitor EDID lists 1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz, the screen turns blank when

using an HDMI connection. This is an issue with the monitor and not the NVIDIA driver.

Because of this issue with the monitor, the NVIDIA driver blocks the problem mode (1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz) and makes it unavailable.

Known Product Limitations

Note: NVIDIA notebook GeForce 5xxM series and later GPUs do not have this limitation. For those GPUs the driver can adjust the performance level, depending on demand, even when driving multiple displays.

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This chapter covers the following main topics:

 “About the Release 390 Driver” on page 28
 “Hardware and Software Support” on page 28  “Driver Installation” on page 35

About the Release 390 Driver

This driver release is from the Release 390 family of drivers (versions 390.xx to 395.xx). This driver package supports GeForce 400, 500, 600, 700, 900, and 1000-series GPUs. See “Supported NVIDIA Desktop Products” on page 29 and “Supported NVIDIA Notebook Products” on page 31 for current products supported in this release.

As part of the NVIDIA Notebook Driver Program, this is a reference driver that can be installed on supported NVIDIA notebook GPUs. However, please note that your notebook original equipment manufacturer (OEM) provides certified drivers for your specific notebook on their website. NVIDIA recommends that you check with your notebook OEM about recommended software updates for your notebook. OEMs may not provide technical support for issues that arise from the use of this driver.

Hardware and Software Support

 “Supported Operating Systems” on page 29
 “Support for OpenCL 1.2” on page 29
 “Supported NVIDIA Desktop Products” on page 29  “Supported NVIDIA Notebook Products” on page 31  “Supported Languages” on page 35

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Supported Operating Systems

This Release 390 driver includes drivers designed for the following Microsoft® operating systems:

 Microsoft Windows® 10, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.  Microsoft Windows® 8.1, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.  Microsoft Windows® 8, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.  Microsoft Windows® 7, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

Support for OpenCL 1.2

Kepler, Maxwell, Pascal, and Volta GPUs are supported.

Supported NVIDIA Desktop Products

The following table (from http://www.geforce.com/hardware) lists current NVIDIA desktop products supported by version 390.77 WHQL of the Release 390 driver. For information about desktop products not shown, please see http://www.geforce.com/ hardware/desktop-gpus.

Table 3.1 Supported NVIDIA Desktop GPUs

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Consumer Products

Architecture

NVIDIA TITAN V

Volta

NVIDIA TITAN Xp

Pascal

NVIDIA TITAN X

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1080

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1070 Ti

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1070

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1060

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1050

Pascal

GeForce GT 1030

Pascal

GeForce GTX TITAN X

Maxwell

GeForce GTX TITAN Z

Kepler

GeForce GTX TITAN Black

Kepler

GeForce GTX TITAN

Kepler

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Table 3.1 Supported NVIDIA Desktop GPUs

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Consumer Products

Architecture

GeForce GTX 980 Ti

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 980

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 970

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 960

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 950

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 780 Ti

Kepler

GeForce GTX 780

Kepler

GeForce GTX 770

Kepler

GeForce GTX 760

Kepler

GeForce GTX 760 Ti (OEM)

Kepler

GeForce GTX 750 Ti

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 750

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 745

Maxwell

GeForce GT 740

Kepler

GeForce GT 730

Fermi/Kepler

GeForce GT 720

Kepler

GeForce GT 710

Kepler

GeForce GT 705

Fermi

GeForce GTX 690

Kepler

GeForce GTX 680

Kepler

GeForce GTX 670

Kepler

GeForce GTX 660 Ti

Kepler

GeForce GTX 660

Kepler

GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST

Kepler

GeForce GTX 650 Ti

Kepler

GeForce GTX 650

Kepler

GeForce GTX 645

Kepler

GeForce GT 645

Fermi/Kepler

GeForce GT 640

Fermi/Kepler

GeForce GT 635

Kepler

GeForce GT 630

Fermi/Kepler

GeForce GT 625 (OEM)

Fermi

GeForce GT 620

Fermi

GeForce GT 610

Fermi

GeForce 605

Fermi

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Table 3.1 Supported NVIDIA Desktop GPUs

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Consumer Products

Architecture

GeForce GTX 590

Fermi

GeForce GTX 580

Fermi

GeForce GTX 570

Fermi

GeForce GTX 560 Ti

Fermi

GeForce GTX 560 SE

Fermi

GeForce GTX 560

Fermi

GeForce GTX 555

Fermi

GeForce GTX 550 Ti

Fermi

GeForce GT 545

Fermi

GeForce GT 530

Fermi

GeForce GT 520

Fermi

GeForce 510

Fermi

GeForce GTX 480

Fermi

GeForce GTX 470

Fermi

GeForce GTX 465

Fermi

GeForce GTX 460 SE v2

Fermi

GeForce GTX 460 SE

Fermi

GeForce GTX 460

Fermi

GeForce GTS 450

Fermi

GeForce GT 440

Fermi

GeForce GT 430

Fermi

GeForce GT 420

Fermi

Supported NVIDIA Notebook Products

The following table lists current NVIDIA notebook products supported by version 390.77 WHQL of the Release 390 driver. For information about notebook products not shown, please see http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus.

Note:

● The following Sony VAIO notebooks are supported: Sony VAIO F Series with GeForce GT 425M, GeForce GT 520M or GeForce GT 540M. Other Sony VAIO notebooks are not supported. (Please contact Sony for driver support.)
● Fujitsu notebooks are not supported. (Fujitsu Siemens notebooks are supported.)

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Table 3.2 Supported NVIDIA Notebook GPUs

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Consumer Products

Architecture

GeForce MX150

Pascal

GeForce MX130

Maxwell

GeForce MX110

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 1080 for notebooks

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1070 for notebooks

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1060 for notebooks

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1050 for notebooks

Pascal

GeForce GTX 1050 Ti for notebooks

Pascal

GeForce GTX 980 for notebooks

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 980M

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 970M

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 965M

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 960M

Maxwell

GeForce GTX 950M

Maxwell

GeForce 945M

Maxwell

GeForce 940MX

Maxwell

GeForce 940M

Maxwell

GeForce 930MX

Maxwell

GeForce 930M

Maxwell

GeForce 920MX

Maxwell

GeForce 920M

Kepler

GeForce 910M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 880M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 870M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 860M

Kepler/Maxwell

GeForce GTX 850M

Maxwell

GeForce 840M

Maxwell

GeForce 830M

Maxwell

GeForce 820M

Fermi

GeForce 800M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 780M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 770M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 765M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 760M

Kepler

GeForce GT 755M

Kepler

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Consumer Products

Architecture

GeForce GT 750M

Kepler

GeForce GT 745M

Kepler

GeForce GT 740M

Kepler

GeForce GT 735M

Kepler

GeForce GT 730M

Kepler

GeForce GT 720M

Fermi

GeForce 710M

Fermi

GeForce 705M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 680MX

Kepler

GeForce GTX 680M

Kepler

GeForce GTX 675MX

Kepler

GeForce GTX 675M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 670MX

Kepler

GeForce GTX 670M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 660M

Kepler

GeForce GT 650M

Kepler

GeForce GT 645M

Kepler

GeForce GT 640M LE

Kepler

GeForce GT 640M

Kepler

GeForce GT 635M

Fermi

GeForce GT 630M

Fermi

GeForce GT 625M

Fermi

GeForce GT 620M

Fermi

GeForce 610M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 580M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 570M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 560M

Fermi

GeForce GT 555M

Fermi

GeForce GT 550M

Fermi

GeForce GT 540M

Fermi

GeForce GT 525M

Fermi

GeForce GT 520MX

Fermi

GeForce GT 520M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 485M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 480M

Fermi

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Consumer Products

Architecture

GeForce GTX 470M

Fermi

GeForce GTX 460M

Fermi

GeForce GT 445M

Fermi

GeForce GT 435M

Fermi

GeForce GT 425M

Fermi

GeForce GT 420M

Fermi

GeForce GT 415M

Fermi

GeForce 410M

Fermi

GeForce 405M

Fermi

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Supported Languages

The Release 390 Graphics Drivers supports the following languages in the main driver Control Panel:

English (USA)
English (UK)
Arabic
Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) Czech

Danish Dutch Finnish French

German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese (Brazil)

Portuguese (Euro/Iberian) Russian
Slovak
Slovenian

Spanish
Spanish (Latin America) Swedish
Thai
T urkish

Driver Installation

Minimum Hard Disk Space Desktop

The hard disk space requirement for 32-bit is minimum 450 MB for English-only and International.

The hard disk space requirement for 64-bit is minimum 589 MB for English-only, and 610 MB for International.

Notebook

The hard disk space requirement for 32-bit is minimum 439 MB. The hard disk space requirement for 64-bit is minimum 577 MB.

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Before You Begin nT une

If you have previously installed NVIDIA nTune, NVIDIA recommends that you uninstall nTune before installing this driver. After the driver install is complete, you can reinstall NVIDIA nTune.

Notebooks

  •   Check to make sure that your notebook has a supported GPU (see “Supported NVIDIA Notebook Products” on page 31).
  •   It is recommended that you back up your current system configuration.
  •   If you own a Dell Inspiron 1420, Dell XPS M1330, Dell XPS M1530, or Dell Latitude D630 or D630c, it is highly recommended that you first install this Dell software update.

    Installation Instructions

  1. 1  Follow the instructions on the NVIDIA.com Web site driver download page to locate the appropriate driver to download, based on your hardware and operating system.
  2. 2  From the driver download page, click the Download button. The Download Confirmation page appears.
  3. 3  Ifyouagreetothe“LicenseForCustomerUseofNVIDIASoftware”,clicktheAgree& Download button to begin the download.

    The File Download dialog appears.

  4. 4  Either click Save to save the file and then run it from your PC, or click Run.

    An extraction path dialog appears prompting you to specify where on your PC you want the driver files to be installed.

  5. 5  Click OK to use the default location, or click the folder icon and specify an alternate location to install the driver files.

    The files are extracted and then the NVIDIA Installer is launched automatically.

  6. 6  At the License Agreement page of the Installer, click Agree and Continue.

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7 Follow the instructions in the NVIDIA Installer to complete the installation.

See also the installation/uninstallation considerations explained in “Known Product Limitations” on page 20.

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Note: The driver presents game screenshots while the driver is installing. If you are not connected to the internet during the installation, you may see a “Navigation to the webpage was cancelled” message instead. The message can be ignored and does not affect the installation. The message won’t appear if the browser cache is cleared.

Note: The NVIDIA PhysX System Software will not be included in the installation if the same version or a later version is already installed.

Note: After the driver installation, Windows 7 may default to 16-bpp color and disable the Desktop Window Manager (DWM). To work around this issue, set the color to 32-bpp and then reboot the PC.

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