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NVIDIA – System Recovery And Driver Restore Instructions

NVIDIA – System Recovery And Driver Restore Instructions

NVIDIA – System Recovery And Driver Restore Instructions. System Restore which functions with the Undo command as in Microsoft-Word, to return to the previous driver version of the restore point before installing the driver.

System Recovery And Driver Restore Instructions

 

Option 1: Back up your system using System Restore

System Restore works very much like the Undo command in Microsoft Word. You can use System Restore to go back to the previous driver version if you create a restore point before installing the driver. System Restore does not affect your data files (such as Microsoft Word documents, browsing history, drawings, favorites, or e-mail), so you will not lose any changes made to these files after the restore point was created.

 

Steps Windows XP to create a restore point (before installing the new driver):

  • Click Start
  • Point to All Programs
  • Point to Accessories
  • Point to System Tools
  • Click the System-Restore
  • Click Create a restore time and click “Next.”
  • Type a name to know this restore point and click Generate.

To reply to this restore point, from the same System Restore Wizard, choose to Restore my computer for the first time. Then select the date you create a restore point from the calendar on the Select a Restore Point. Everything the restore points that you created and the computer you created on the chosen date recorded by name in the panel box to the right of the calendar.

 

Windows Vista or Windows 7 starts to create a restore time (before installing the latest driver):

  • Click Start
  • Click “Control Panel.”
  • Windows Vista: Click System and Maintenance and when System about really System (in Classic design).
  • Windows 7: Click System Security and when System.
  • Under the left panel, click System Protection
  • Under the System Protection tab, click Create
  • Copy a title to identify this restore point and click Create.

To return to a restore point, select the System Restore on the System Protection tab are the same as above. Then select Choose a different restore point and click Next. Then choose the date and name restore features that you created and click Next. Finally, choose Finish.

 

Option 2: Go to your driver Previous

If you install a newer driver without first uninstalling the previous version, you may be able to easily roll-back to an earlier version of your drivers using these steps:

Windows XP steps to roll-back your driver:

  • Click Start
  • Click Control Panel
  • Click Performance and Maintenance and when System (in Category view) about System (in Classic look)
  • Select the Hardware Tab
  • Click the Device Manager
  • Double-click on the Display Adapter
  • Double-click on your NVIDIA GPU
  • Select the Driver Tab
  • Click on Roll-Back-Driver

 

Windows Vista or Windows 7 steps to roll-back your driver:

  • Click-Start
  • Click “Control Panel.”
  • Windows Vista: Click System and Maintenance and when System or actually System (in “Classic” way).
  • Windows 7: Click-System and Security and then System.
  • In the left panel, click Device-Manager
  • Double-click on the Display-Adapter
  • Double-click on your NVIDIA-GPU
  • Select the Driver Tab
  • Click on Roll-Back Driver

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