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kingswillz
11-06-2016, 01:34 PM
So, I've been having issues when putting my G752VT to sleep. When I do, it shuts down when I start it back up. Apparently, this is a BSOD.

I've updated all my drivers, however, there is one driver I'm curious about, which is the "nVidia Graphics Driver".
Version V10.18.13.6260.02 (VGA_nVidia_Win10_64_VER101813626002)

What's the difference between installing this vs installing from Nvidia directly?

I noticed this " VGA driver" is 5 months older than my and Nvidia's current driver.

I'm not sure what to do. Should I install this?

Clintlgm
11-06-2016, 05:25 PM
Well rolling back to a known good driver will show you if your issue is Video drivers is causing the issue. If it doesn't change you can always go back to the latest.

Julskey
11-09-2016, 12:39 PM
So, I've been having issues when putting my G752VT to sleep. When I do, it shuts down when I start it back up. Apparently, this is a BSOD.

I've updated all my drivers, however, there is one driver I'm curious about, which is the "nVidia Graphics Driver".
Version V10.18.13.6260.02 (VGA_nVidia_Win10_64_VER101813626002)

What's the difference between installing this vs installing from Nvidia directly?

I noticed this " VGA driver" is 5 months older than my and Nvidia's current driver.

I'm not sure what to do. Should I install this?

GTX970m driver version for my G752VT is 21.21.13.6909. Sometimes, when my laptop wakes from sleep, seems like it is not responding. I just press power button (computer sleeps again), then when I hit power button again, the computer immediately springs back to life.
My unit is installed fresh from 1511 and updated to 1607. I just installed all the drivers/software from the asus website except gamefirst4. No new issues so far. Left side ports still disconnecting WD Passport drives and headphone jack area still getting warm (when fans are not working too hard).