When NVIDIA releases a new product, over time software developers learn more about the architecture, and are able to gain better performance from this architecture through updated drivers.
As a product matures, driver updates primarily provide bug fixes and compatibility with newer software.
Here are links for downloading drivers from the most common graphics card manufacturers: If you upgraded your driver to resolve a display issue, and it didn't resolve the issue, you may consider installing an older driver for your graphics card instead.
After the legacy Advanced Boot Menu is enabled, you can press the F8 key repeatedly, go to the Safe Mode in your Windows 8 and then restore the PC to an earlier restore point or rollback the updated driver. I am having win7 whenever i switch back to rollback changes also after restart black screen is appearing.i tried uninstalling the driver then standard vga graphic adapter is installing automatically in Device manager Hello again phanitom If the said solutions fail to resolve the issue, I think you should restore the system to an earlier restore point.
Just in case you need step-by-step instructions on how to restore your PC to an earlier restore point, they are given here.
Hi i am having sony vaio laptop i5 3210m ,8gb ram,intel hd 4000 graphics when i tried to update through intel download it shows cannot update because manufacture customised graphic card so uninstall driver given by vaio i installed newest version from intel but after restart black screen was please reply how to fix this Hello phanitom It seems there is some compatibility issue with the new driver.
If you are using Windows 7, you can start your computer in the Safe Mode (by pressing the F8 key repeatedly right after the laptop starts).