NVIDIA today has issued a hotfix driver update that fixes multiple bugs and problems with display, gaming, and general annoyance. The driver resolves a Windows 10 transparency bug, random BSODs.
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AMD has launched a new tool called Radeon GPU Detective. This devtool is designed to detect and track TDRs which cause the annoying timeout detection pop-up and black screen on Radeons.
Microsoft has redeemed itself with the latest Patch Tuesday as it resolved a DirectX issue whereby apps using Apphelp.dll would produce errors. Interestingly, it was a Patch Tuesday that broke it too.
Nvidia released its GeForce driver for Windows this past week and according to many user reports, the driver is bugged causing display flickering. The company has now released a hotfix for it.
Display driver issues are a pretty common occurrence and it looks like Nvidia's latest Windows driver, which is WHQL-signed, is affected. The new driver is apparently causing display flickering.
AMD GPU drivers may be unfairly favoring certain browsers, according to a report by Russian browser maker Yandex. The firm alleges that simply renaming a file can reduce crashes by over five times.
Another day, another AMD bug has hit Windows 11. This new issue can drop the performance of Radeon GPUs by over 50%. AMD has confirmed the bug exists, though thankfully it looks like a rare issue.
AMD has fixed a major Radeon display driver timeout issue that led to the bug report tool popping up. While this is great news, sadly the bug fix does not apply to the entirety of Radeon cards.
According to numerous user reports, Nvidia's latest GPU driver causes notable spikes in CPU usage by Nvidia Container. Undoing the update and going back to the previous version fixes the issue.
The WD SN850X drive, which recently put up great performance against other NVMe SSDs like those from Samsung, Kingston, Hynix, Crucial, is found to be buggy in Windows 11 causing BSODs and freezes.
Microsoft has confirmed that Intel's older graphics drivers have issues after installing the November Patch Tuesday on Windows 11 and Windows 10. The bug is affecting apps that use DirectX.
AMD has released its latest Windows driver, version 23.1.2, today. It resolves a major bug on Windows 11 22H2, that would lead to launch failures. The driver also adds Forspoken support.
Online forums are filled with users complaining about various display issues like stuttering, flickering, and white screens on Windows. A common suspect in many of these seems to be MPO.
After the recent acknowledgment from AMD about 7900 XTX hotspot cooling issues, new trouble could be brewing as the latest WHQL driver might be bricking the company's RX 6000 series GPUs.
Nvidia has acknowledged the false reading issue that is currently affecting its graphics cards. The company has provided a temporary workaround for the problem with its latest 526.47 display driver.
Despite Nvidia quickly publishing a driver fix for the Windows 11 22H2 issues, problems are said to be persisting. Among these issues is a bug which is producing incorrect readings in Task Manager.
Despite Nvidia quickly publishing a driver fix for the Windows 11 22H2-related bugs and issues, users and reviewers alike are still saying that problems, albeit different ones, still persist.
Windows 11 22H2 may not quite be optimized for AMD's Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series CPUs just yet. The 16 core Ryzen 9 7950X has been found to be losing more frames with more threads disabled.
Nvidia has released an emergency beta update to fix the various issues reported on Nvidia graphics cards when running the recently released Windows 11 22H2 feature update. You can download it here.
After successfully updating to the latest Windows 11 22H2 feature update, many users running Nvidia graphics cards are facing issues, like stutters, and unstable framerates. Nvidia is investigating.
AMD has confirmed that its Windows 11 graphics drivers, that also come with a certain new "Auto Overclock" feature, have been messing up the firmware settings for users with Ryzen processors.
The Windows 11 AMD Radeon Adrenalin graphics drivers may be messing up Ryzen CPU settings inside the firmware as a result of its Auto Overclock feature found inside the Radeon Software.