Ever since i updated to this driver version, i get a crash every day. Reading reddit/other sources suggest this problem exists since 512.+. Is there a way to submit crash logs or info that this issue is known to nvidia?
I was on 472.84 before the update and never had a crash since 3 days ago.
I am having the same issue.
Purchased a new Asus TUF 3090 Ti OC last week, and after getting everything installed and updates working through windows 11, I get black screens of death after about 10 minutes in some selected games.
For instance, Red Dead Redemption 2, Max Payne 3, Apex Legends have all given me the black screen. But I can play games like Team Fortress 2, Starcraft 2, Overwatch 2 with no issues for well over an hour as per my testing.
At this point I am not sure if it’s a driver issue or a faulty card as I have gotten it so recently.
Before the driver update, I was able to play RDR2 for over an hour without any hiccups, so there may be my answer, however I am also unsure of which driver was installed before I updated with GeForce Experience.
Hello @astraar1990 and @rzo, welcome to the NVIDIA developer forums.
If you see issues with certain drivers, I would highly recommend using the “Send Feedback” option to let the correct support channels within NVIDIA know about your issue. The advantage of this is that your system details as well as further debug information is automatically shared with our engineers.
We sadly cannot provide individual installation support within these forums.
As to community support by other users with similar issues I recommend checking out our dedicated GeForce forums. The developer forums here are mainly aimed at support for our professional SDKs and tools.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for your answer. I was searching for the old feedback forums and could not find it. This “send feedback” button seems to be only in gforce experience, which i never install. So maybe i should give it a try.