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Item Info
Recommended Download driver for: NVidia GRID
Category Video
Manufacturer NVidia
Supported System Win 8, Win 7, Win 10, Win xp, Win Vista, Win 8.1, Win Server 2003
File Size 8078 kb
Released 10/13/2015
Device NVidia GRID
MD5 212dbd8db54f9beea2625bbf5b5a32fd
Description Driver for NVidia GRID

What You Should Know About Driver Updating

There are a variety of common warnings and also other messages which you may get in the driver updating procedure, a number of which I've paraphrased and right here as well as tips on what to do:

Windows cannot verify that the driver is compatible: If you're sure this driver is the right one, touch or click Yes to continue installing it. Choose No if you think you might have the driver for the wrong model or something like that, in which case you should look for other INF files or maybe an entirely different driver download.

QUESTION: NVIDIA GPU maximum operating temperature and overheating

ANSWER: NVIDIA GPUs are designed to operate reliably up to their maximum specified operating temperature. This maximum temperature varies by GPU, but is generally in the 105C range (refer to the nvidia.com product page for individual GPU specifications). If a GPU hits the maximum temperature, the driver will throttle down performance to attempt to bring temperature back underneath the maximum specification. If the GPU temperature continues to increase despite the performance throttling, the GPU will shutdown the system to prevent damage to the graphics card. Performance utilities such as EVGA Precision or GPU-Z can be used to monitor temperature of NVIDIA GPUs. If a GPU is hitting the maximum temperature, improved system cooling via an added system fan in the PC can help to reduce temperatures.

How to Update Drivers with Device Manager?

1. Find 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 set Windows to install recommended updates

To automatically get available driver updates for your hardware, set Windows to install recommended updates. You can set Windows to automatically install important and recommended updates or important updates only. Optional updates aren't downloaded or installed automatically. To get all available updates for your devices, periodically check Windows Update for optional updates.

  1. Open Windows Update by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type Update, and then, in the list of results, click Windows Update.
  2. In the left pane, click Change settings.
  3. Under Important updates, click an item in the list. You can decide which updates to automatically download and install.
  4. Under Recommended updates, select the Give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates check box, and then click OK. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. You can also allow anyone using your computer to install updates by selecting the Allow all users to install updates on this computer check box.

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

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1. Click here to download a Professional Driver Updating Tool and double click it to install


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2. Scan your computer for outdated drivers. Select the drivers(here you should choose NVidia GRID) you want to update and click download


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3. When the download process is finished, click SETUP to install them. Voila! Your driver for NVidia GRID has been updated. Sometimes you need to restart your computer to put the changes into use.


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