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NVIDIA 466.11 Released!

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official its NOT fixed:

Open Issues in Version 466.11 WHQL
Windows 10 Issues
 [Prepar3D]: The application crashes to desktop after launched. [3285067]
 

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Posted (edited)

Let's wait to read:

- Smoothest driver ever...

- FPS increased for me...

- Solid driver...

- etc., etc....😆

Edited by edpatino
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Cheers, Ed

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36 minutes ago, Alti said:

official its NOT fixed:

Open Issues in Version 466.11 WHQL
Windows 10 Issues
 [Prepar3D]: The application crashes to desktop after launched. [3285067]
 

That's enough evidence for me not to install.

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466.11 still crashes for me.

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Cheers, Søren Dissing

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This is starting to get ridiculous. I was hoping for this one to fix the P3D issue. Oh well... wait for the next one. 

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Guys, you can role back so P3D will work without any issues 

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Good news - an NVidia rep just told me they fixed the issue yesterday and the next version of the driver will work with P3D. 

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Posted (edited)
2 minutes ago, BostonJeremy77 said:

an NVidia rep

Are they Undercover? 😉

Edited by Adrian123

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2 hours ago, klimpen said:

Smoother than ever with studio driver🙂

What’s the difference between studio and “regular” drivers?

Thanks in advance, 

Pete


PC specs: i7-9700K oc 4.7GHz, Asus TUF Z390,16GB 3200 Gskill Ripjaws, Nvidia RTX2080

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1 hour ago, Adrian123 said:

Are they Undercover? 😉

It's Manuel from the NVidia Forums. 😉 He probably SHOULD be. 

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New driver works for me, except when trying to reload shaders while in sim..i.e. F5, which will cause  CTD. . Otherwise, I am noticing no performance differences....

 

Sherm

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