Current WSL CUDA driver refuses to install with GeForce GT 710 under Windows 11

Hi,

I’m trying to set up WSL 2 under Windows 11 with GUI support for Linux applications. I’m following the instructions from here:

https://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/wsl-user-guide/index.html

As instructed I’m downloading the GeForce Cuda WSL driver from here:

My Windows 11 device manager says that I have a NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 graphics card in the system. When I run the installer executable 510.06_gameready_win11_win10-dch_64bit_international.exe, it fails with the error message (I translated this from German myself):

The NVIDIA installation program cannot continue
This NVIDIA graphics driver is not compatible with this Windows version
The graphics driver was not able to find a compatible graphics card

When I follow the link at the bottom of the GPU in Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) | NVIDIA Developer page for “Registered members of the NVIDIA Developer Program” then I get the same driver download as above.

How can I get the driver installed for my GeForce GT 710 card under Windows 11?

Thanks
Stephan

No dice.

R470 driver series is the last to support Kepler

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Yeah, it kind of suck because it states plain as day that its compatible with wsl2, windows 11, and version 21H2 which is what I have, but was of course, like everything else in my life, too good to be true. I thought at first it might of been due to me having windows 11 pro, but no, it seems to be the American way nowadays is false advertising along with a lot of false hope.