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Item Info
Recommended Download driver for: NVidia ForceWare
Category Video
Manufacturer NVidia
Supported System win 10(64bit), win 10(32bit), Win 8 (32bit), Win 8 (64bit), Windows 8.1 (32bit), Win 8.1 (32bit), Win 7 (64bit), Windows 7 (32bit), Win Vista (64bit), Win XP (64bit), Win Vista (32bit), Windows Server 2003 (32bit), Win XP (32bit)
File Size 9322 kb
Released 04/25/2016
Device NVidia ForceWare
MD5 156488b68e1a787cfbdce9ac90f412a4
Description Adds support for Quad NVIDIA SLI Technology on GeForce 7950 GX2GPUs.­ For more information on Quad NVIDIA SLI,­ please visit thiswebsite.­
Includes the new NVIDIA Control Panel.­ Please visit the NVIDIAControl Panel website for more information.­
New NVIDIA PureVideo features and enhancements.­ Please visit theNVIDIA PureVideo website for more information on PureVideotechnology and system requirements.­
Adds noise reduction post processing
Adds image sharpening post processing
Improved Inverse telecine algorithm
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What You Should Know About Driver Updating

There are a number of frequent alerts and other messages which you may get in the driver upgrading procedure, several of which I've paraphrased and right here as well as advice on what you can do:

QUESTION: I have seen this Event Log Message:

                A TDR has been detected.
                The Application must close.

ANSWER: If you received this message from an application (on a pop up message or in the Event Log), the application was unable to continue rendering because the Microsoft Windows imposed time limit (TDR) was exceeded. This is normally the case when the workload sent to the Graphics Card is greater than what the graphics card can process in the normal timeout of two seconds.

Two possible solutions to try would be:

1. Reduce the graphics workload if possible, such as rendering to a lower resolution or with less detail.

2. Update Graphic driver. You can download DriverTuner and let it update your drivers automatically.

Way to Update Drivers with Device Manager

1. Open Control Panel



Depending on your version of Windows, Control Panel is usually available from the Start Menu or the Apps screen.

What you do next depends on what Windows operating system you're using:

  • In Windows 10 and Windows 8, tap or click on the Hardware and Sound link.
  • In Windows 7, click System and Security.
  • In Windows Vista, choose System and Maintenance.
  • In Windows XP, click Performance and Maintenance.

Note: If you don't see these options, your Control Panel view may be set to Large icons, Small icons, or Classic View, depending on your version of Windows. If so, find and choose Device Manager from the big collection of icons you see and then skip to Step 3 below.

2. Open Device Manager

  • In Windows 10 and Windows 8, check under the Devices and Printers heading.
  • In Windows 7, look under System.
  • In Windows Vista, you'll find Device Manager towards the bottom of the window.
  • Windows XP Only: You have a few extra steps since Device Manager isn't as easily available in your version of Windows.

From the open Control Panel window, click System, choose the Hardware tab, and then click the Device Manager button.



3. With Device Manager now open, you can view a device's status, update the device drivers, or do whatever other hardware management you came here to do.



To download and update the driver for NVidia ForceWare yourself (If you know computers well)

It's best to let Windows install device drivers automatically. But if Windows can't find a driver for your NVidia ForceWare, you can look for a driver on the manufacturer's website of NVidia. Driver updates are often available in the support section of such sites.

Once you find the updated driver, follow the installation instructions on the website. Most drivers are self-installing—after you download them, just double-click the file to begin the installation, and then the driver installs itself on your computer. But make sure your are downloading drivers from a safe website to avoid virus attack or registry corruption. Download a professional driver updater or find a geek to help you.

Still can't fix NVidia ForceWare driver problem? You can try DriverTuner

1. Click here to download a Computer Driver Updating Tool and install it


scan for drivers

2. Scan your PC for out-of-date drivers. Select the drivers(here you should select NVidia ForceWare) which need to be updated and click download. Or you can just check SELECT ALL.


download drivers

3. When the drivers are downloaded, click SETUP to install them. That's it. Your driver for NVidia ForceWare has been updated. Sometimes you need to reboot your computer to let the drivers take effect.


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