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A reader wrote in to PC Advisor to ask: Here's how we solved their problem. The driver installation should have created a system restore point, so try doing a System Restore to before you installed the driver. Alternatively, Windows includes an option to ‘Roll back’ device drivers to the previously installed version.You can use this feature to revert your graphics driver to the previous version without resorting to System Restore.Right now I have to use the "1024 x 768" resolution size.
All my resolution options are either crap quality or cut off part of my screen.To fix problems with these features or to take advantage of them, you may need to update your graphics card drivers. In Windows 10, all drivers are automatically downloaded and installed through Windows Update but you can manually search for an updated graphics driver.See Microsoft's support article, Update drivers in Windows 10 for details.If there are no updates available or if the updates don't solve your problems, continue to the next section. Some possible search terms are the name of your computer manufacturer (such as Dell or HP) or generic terms like "update", "maintenance" or "driver". If there is no update tool, no updates available, or if the updates don't solve your problems, continue to the next section.If your distribution's standard update process doesn't give you the latest drivers, you may need to look for other package repositories for your distribution.hello guys, i have this nvidia drivers problem since a month ago.after i updated my nvidia drivers to the latest ver., after i restarted my pc, the problem occur.windows aero doesn't work, i can't play all my games, on the device manager, under the display tab, my GTX 960 have a yellow triangle on it.when i check properties, it says error code 37, "Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware.This is especially useful if you don’t want to undo any other changes you may have made since installing the problematic driver.Start Windows device manager (On Windows 8.1, press X and select Device Manager from the menu).Now locate your device in the Device Manager – in your case it should be under ‘Display adapters’.Right-click on your display device and select the Driver tab.