Latest NVIDIA driver has critical bug

Latest NVIDIA driver has critical bug

NVIDIA has been known for making great drivers for years but no matter how careful you can be, a bug can always pop up. This has been the story of the NVIDIA GeForce 364.47 drivers, released on March 7. It turns out that this software package has a critical bug that can cause serious problems for Windows-based computers after they come out of stand-by mode. In a few words your computer may crash and you may lose all the data you have been working on.

NVIDIA has admitted the issue and thanks to its quick actions the GeForce 364.47 driver has been taken off the company’s web site. To fix the issue NVIDIA has released the GeForce 364.51 driver that is still in its beta stage. The driver can run on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

The new driver does not have any other features except the bug fix so this is the best software you can get from NVIDIA’s web site as of now. One more thing – before installing the new GeForce 364.51, make sure you have completely removed the older buggy GeForce 364.47 driver or the bug may remain on your PC.

Source: NVIDIA

Related posts

Lenovo presents 28-inch Ultra HD monitor

Lenovo presents 28-inch Ultra HD monitor

The Chinese maker of computer hardware Lenovo has presented a new 28-inch monitor that works at Ultra HD resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels). The new device carries the LI2821 brand name and offers a number of connectivity options that include DisplayPort, HDMI, HDMI/MHL, D-Sub and three integrated...

ADATA debuts XPG Flame DDR4 memory modules

ADATA debuts XPG Flame DDR4 memory modules

ADATA has officially announced the release of a new DDR4 memory line. Called XPG Flame the memory line includes high performance memory modules for notebooks and desktop computers. Currently the Flame line consists of low-profile 288-pin U-DIMM DDR4 memory modules and 260-pin SO-DIMM modules...

Toshiba expands Satellite T100 Series laptops with AMD processors

Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today expanded its line of Satellite® T100 Series ultra-thin laptops to include models equipped with processors from AMD, delivering enhanced multimedia processing power to the ultra-thin...

Leave a comment