I am on the ubuntu system, so I executed it first
sudo apt-get --purge remove "*nvidia*" "libxnvctrl*"
sudo apt-get autoremove'
Uninstall the old driver version, then run
sudo ./NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-535.54.03.run --no-cc-version-check
to install the new graphics driver, enter nvidia-smi, and find
NVIDIA-SMI 510.47.03,Driver Version: 535.54.03. Theoretically these two should be 535.54.03, right? Why does this happen? Please help me
Hello,is anyone maintaining this section?
Nvidia has dedicated most of its resources to AI. They do pop in from time to time, but it’s rarer by the month.
Regarding your issue, I’ve never seen
nvidia-smi differ in version from the driver. The underlying library, NVML, has to be in sync with the driver, anyway.
I would really recommend updating via the package manager to the newest available and installing CUDA from the same. The fact that
nvidia-smi and the driver aren’t the same isn’t right.
Thanks for your reply, I have now fixed the problem by deleting some of the folders in the warning message and reinstalling the driver again