An update for the NVIDIA graphics driver with build number 220.127.116.1175 is now rolling out to Windows Update in Windows 11. This update is ensuring NVIDIA drivers are updated to be compatible with Windows 11. So if you have recently updated to Windows 11, you should install this driver to ensure your gaming and other graphic capabilities are up to date.
Some users reported that after installing this update they were unable to get working the two GPUs from separate manufacturers that are installed in their computers. This has allegedly occurred even though neither GPU was of the NVIDIA brand. However, the same user also gave instructions later on how to solve the problem if anyone else gets it: reinstall the driver and during the installation, choose to install the driver and the GeForce experience rather than just the driver itself.
Driver updates are considerably smaller in size than typical Windows OS updates and thus it won’t take but a minute to install.
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