To roll back NVIDIA drivers in Windows, you must first uninstall the current drivers.
To do this, go to the “Control Panel,” select “Programs and Features,” locate the NVIDIA drivers, and click on “Uninstall.” Then, restart your computer.
Once your computer has restarted, you can install the previous version. Make sure to select the correct version of the drivers for your graphics card and follow the on-screen instructions.
How to Install Old NVIDIA Drivers?
Installing old NVIDIA Drivers is a simple process. First, you’ll need to download the driver from the NVIDIA website. Once you have it, open the driver option and select ‘Install.’
This will begin the installation process. Open Device Manager and search for NVIDIA drivers. If there are any, you will want to uninstall them before installing the new driver.
To do this, right-click on each of them and select ‘Uninstall.’ After that, the installation should be complete.
Uninstalling the existing NVIDIA Driver can also use to downgrade. And then reinstall a previous version of the driver if you want to install it. It is no longer available online or through Windows updates.
Uninstall the current NVIDIA Driver first. Then restart your computer before reinstalling a previously downloaded version of the driver.
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How do I roll back NVIDIA drivers in Windows?
Windows Device Manager manages and updates device drivers. Device Manager uninstalls and disables devices. If you’re using NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience to manage your drivers. Then you should try Device Manager instead.
- Click Windows Key + S to open Device Manager.
- Select the top result to start the app.
- Find Display Adapters in Device Manager.
- Expand the list with the arrow.
- Your PC’s GPUs should display.
- Right-click the NVIDIA device to view its Context Menu.
- Your PC’s GPUs will show in the list.
- Right-Click the NVIDIA device to open the Context Menu.
- Open the Device Properties Window from the Context Menu.
- The Properties Window shows Device Status, Driver Data, and Resource Settings.
- Pick the Drivers Menu item to revert your graphics card driver to an earlier version.
Some of the choices are:
- The Driver Information window lists all the installed drivers and their respective folders.
- If you click the Update Driver button, you may use the Windows Update Wizard to update the driver.
- The ability to revert to a prior driver version provided by “Roll Back Driver” (if available).
- The gadget turnoff when the Disable Device option is selected.
- By selecting “Uninstall Device,” the existing driver
- And all associated software will delete from your computer.
- Select Roll Back Driver to return your driver to its earlier version.
Windows asks why you’re reverting the driver. This helps monitor driver issues for future users.