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Unable to install NVIDIA driver on laptop


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good evening
I have a new Asus laptop with a video card 3070
Until today worked fine today the card is no longer recognized and the driver could not be updated or used the card
I removed the driver and I am unable to reinstall it
Gets an error that the driver is not compatible with the operating system
I tried complete removal through DDU did not help
I would appreciate your help

The model is FA506QR

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In many cases if you have an Intel processor, then you will need to pre-install the Intel built-in video card in its Dch version. After you do that then you will need to install the chipset drivers and then you will be able to install the driver of I would even recommend downloading auto install.

 

If you have a processor of So I would recommend first thing to install theAMD Chipset Drivers.

 

If none of these options help, log in to Device Manager and run a display of hidden devices. Check if you have a few different options hidden in the video card and delete them all including the driver if he lets it be marked. Then you can do DDU through safe mode and maybe I would also try to do it while clicking there in the menu on Disable automatic driver installation through update. I will note that it is worth returning it after installation.

Plus if the ddu doesn't help, then Nvidia also has auto remove software that I might have tried with before I tried with the DDU.

 

As for installing the Nvidia driver then I would suggest installing their auto install. Good luck. @ asaf556

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In many cases if you have an Intel processor, then you will need to pre-install the Intel built-in video card in its Dch version. After you do that then you will need to install the chipset drivers and then you will be able to install the driver of NVIDIA I would even recommend downloading auto install.

 

If you have a processor of AMD So I would recommend first thing to install theAMD Chipset Drivers.

 

If none of these options help, log in to Device Manager and run a display of hidden devices. Check if you have a few different options hidden in the video card and delete them all including the driver if he lets it be marked. Then you can do DDU through safe mode and maybe I would also try to do it while clicking there in the menu on Disable automatic driver installation through Windows update. I will note that it is worth returning it after installation.

Plus if the ddu doesn't help, then Nvidia also has auto remove software that I might have tried with before I tried with the DDU.

 

As for installing the Nvidia driver then I would suggest installing their auto install. Good luck. @ asaf556

But what happened? Suddenly I did not bother with the drivers at all. The card reappeared at night and the day I returned from work it is unrecognized when it is not recognized.

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Do you see a difference between connecting your cell phone to electricity and using a battery? Is anything changing? Turn on the computer that is plugged in and another time on a battery @ asaf556

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I would try something. Maybe even after you install the driver and it works, update may check and decide to update the driver from its array. It overrides the official driver with a non-standard driver from update and it also prevents you from installing the driver normally after that.

I would go into safe mode and run DDU. Now my recommendation is to configure in DDU that will block installations from drivers update windows update. If it works out, then it is possible to prevent the installations in a different way and not arbitrarily through DDU

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