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Rob Ainscough

nVidia 373.06 drivers and SLI = reboot?

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I tried to install nVidia latest drivers tonight 373.06.  Installation went fine, but as soon as I try to enable SLI (2 Titan Xs) I get a black screen and then my system reboots.

 

Windows 10 64bit

 

Quick google search and I found someone else with the exact same issue here.

 

I've attempted a DDU wipe and manual install of drivers but that didn't resolve it.

 

I went back to 372.90 drivers and all is back to normal with a working SLI.

 

Wondering if anyone else has ran into this problem with SLI setup?

 

Cheers, Rob.

 

 

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SOLVED:

 

Had to disable Windows 10 Defender and get latest version of DDU to wipe old drivers - manual iinstall.

 

373.06 SLI is working very well in P3D V3.4

 

Cheers, Rob

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SOLVED:

 

Had to disable Windows 10 Defender and get latest version of DDU to wipe old drivers - manual iinstall.

 

373.06 SLI is working very well in P3D V3.4

 

Cheers, Rob

Thanks for the report Rob

 

Will remember to disable Defender every time ,

 

I wish i could get my shadowplay to work again. This has been impossible for a couple of months. New drivers did never solve this issue.

 

Lots of interesting stuff in eventviewer in windows. 

 

Michael Moe

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Thanks Rob,

 

i didnt update the driver yet as everything´s working fine here. Im give it a go later.

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Rob, what is DDU ?  Just out of curiosity because I have a single GTX 960 - I'm also married to a Portuguese girl, ( btw: we have the Best in the World around here!!! )  but that's about the only thing that makes me rich :-)

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Rob, what is DDU ?

 

DDU.  If you use it, be sure to set it to work in Safe mode.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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I'm also married to a Portuguese girl,

 

I'll be there next month. I've heard good things.

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That's why I

 

a ) don't use windows defender

b ) always do a "clean install"  of the nvidia driver

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LOL, Windows Defender is aptly named. Except no one knows what it defends against.

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I'll be there next month. I've heard good things.

 

Can pay you a beer!!!!

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Hi folks,

 

i installed the new driver setup SLI again and no prob here on my side. Runs as expected. However i find the new look of the Gforce Experience kinda strange.

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SOLVED:

 

Had to disable Windows 10 Defender and get latest version of DDU to wipe old drivers - manual iinstall.

 

373.06 SLI is working very well in P3D V3.4

 

Cheers, Rob

Rob,

 

what drivers are you using for SLI... I am currently using 373.06 are they the best at the moment?

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Rob,

 

what drivers are you using for SLI... I am currently using 373.06 are they the best at the moment?

 

No longer using sli - one Pascal Titan X

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what drivers are you using for SLI... I am currently using 373.06 are they the best at the moment?

 

Per Rich ... just down to one Titan X Pascal ... but I was using 373.06 when I had an SLI setup and they seemed to work well.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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New 376.33 driver still with flickering effects (Titans X Pascal SLI)... :(

Rolling back to 373.06...

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