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Wednesday, March 09, 2016
NVIDIA 364.51 Beta Driver Patches Critical Bugs


NVIDIA today removed its latest GeForce 364.47 WHQL drivers and temporatily replaced them with the 364.51 beta drivers, as the first installers were causing Windows to crash.

Among the problems included in the GeForce 364.47 WHQL drivers was PC crashes, each time the machine waked up from Sleep mode. NVIDIA said that is working on a solution.

NVIDIA has meanwhile pulled the buggy 364.47 WHQL from its website, and is recommending users to either clean-install an older version of the driver or upgrade to the newer 364.51 Beta Drivers.

Version 364.51 Beta can be downloaded here.



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