Driver Nvidia Windowsfx

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Driver Nvidia Windowsfx

Post by Torri89 »

Hi there,

I'm currently experiencing some issues with my Nvidia driver on Windowsfx. I've been searching for a specific driver link, but unfortunately, I haven't been able to find it. I've checked the Nvidia official website and their driver support page, but still no luck. I'm running out of options here. Could anyone please provide me with a direct link to download the Nvidia driver for Windowsfx? I would greatly appreciate any assistance. Thanks in advance!
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Re: Driver Nvidia Windowsfx

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Below you can download nvidia windowsfx driver for Windows.

File name: nvidia_winfx.exe
Version: 6.872
File size: 15.16 MB
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Driver Nvidia Windowsfx

(click above to download)

Display resolution: 1920x1080
Graphics card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060
Operating system: Windowsfx
Processor: Intel Core i7-8700
Memory: 16GB DDR4
Storage: 512GB SSD

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

1. Q: Why is my device not displaying any video output?
A: Ensure that all cables are securely connected between the device and the display. Try connecting the display to a different output port on the graphics card. If the issue persists, check the graphics card drivers and update them if necessary.

2. Q: Why is my device overheating and randomly shutting down?
A: Check if the device's cooling system (fans, heat sinks) is clean and free of dust. Ensure proper ventilation and check if the fans are spinning. Update the graphics card driver to the latest version, as older versions may cause overheating issues. Consider getting an aftermarket cooling solution if necessary.

3. Q: Why is my device running slow and freezing frequently?
A: Check the device's resource usage through the Task Manager and close any unnecessary or resource-heavy applications running in the background. Run a full system scan for malware or viruses that could be affecting performance. If the issue persists, try updating the device's drivers, especially those related to the graphics card, chipset, and network adapter.
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Re: Re: Driver Nvidia Windowsfx

Post by Torri89 »

I appreciate the link to the working Windows driver for Nvidia Windowsfx, it worked perfectly for my device, thank you!
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