[German]Nvidia has released the GeForce Hotfix Driver Version 445.78 for Windows to solve a problem. And Realtek has released Windows HDA drivers for several Lenovo ThinkCentre machines.
I’ll summarize the whole thing in a collective post, maybe it’s for one or the other blog reader together.
Nvidia GeForce Hotfix Driver Version 445.78
For Nvida, the latest GeForce Game Ready Driver 445.75 for Windows may have caused some DirectX 11 games to fail to start when image sharpening is enabled in the NVIDIA Control Panel. The Geforce support forum has this post for example.
Battlefield V and 445,75 Update Driver Problems
Hello, i have an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti after the last driver update 445,75 the game Battlefield 5, can’t be launched anymore from Origin, the game not load and return to Origin after few seconds. What i notice is that the cause can be the “Image Sharpening”, infact if you chose to pass from default option (Disabled) to the other option setting value of sharpening and film grain, not load….But if you set the Default one, the game works normally. The previous driver instead had no problems with changing Image Sharpening setting values. I want only to share the problem. Bye!
Blog reader Thomas B. informed me yesterday by mail that Nvidia has therefore released a GeForce Hotfix Driver version 445.78. The download can be done on this website.
Lenovo releases Windows HDA audio driver
Although some Lenovo ThinkCentre machines have already dropped out of support, the manufacturer has still released updates of High Definition (HDA) audio drivers for 64-bit versions of Windows 10 as of March 20, 2020. The HDA audio drivers for the following Lenovo devices:
- ThinkCentre M900z, M910z
- Lenovo V410z
- AIO 720-24IKB
- AIO 310-20IAP
- AIO 310-20ASR
- AIO 330-20AST
are available for download on this website. Furthermore, HDA audio drivers for the 32 and 64 bit version of Windows 7 for the Lenovo devices:
- ThinkCentre M910z
- ThinkCentre M900z
- Lenovo V410z
has been published also. Details and downloads can be found on this Lenovo Web site.
Unlike the ASUS-based 8858 HDA driver, Lenovo’s 8881 HDA driver includes the generic files hdart.inf & hdxrt.inf, which allow installation on virtually any Realtek HD audio device. Thanks to EP for the note in this comment.
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