Updating sles10 nvidia drivers
Just open the NVIDIA Ge Force Experience application, AMD’s Radeon Software Crimson Edition, or Intel’s Graphics Control Panel—whichever is on your computer.
These often appear in your system tray, and you can usually find them with a quick Start menu search.
Even if you’re using Windows 10, you’ll probably want to do this — at least, if you’re a gamer.
Windows 10 won’t be automatically updating graphics drivers every time NVIDIA or AMD releases a new version.
In general, we don’t recommend updating hardware drivers unless you have a reason to.
The driver for the SD card reader that came built into your computer is probably just fine.
For this step, you don’t have to uninstall the old drivers, but you should do it anyway as a prophylactic measure. We need to two additional tools to wipe all trace of the Nvidia drivers from the system; CCleaner (download here) and Display Driver Uninstaller (download here).
If you want the latest hardware drivers, be sure to go open Windows Update, check for updates, and install any available hardware driver updates.
You could also just go straight to the source here.
Head to NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel’s website to download the latest graphics driver package for your hardware and install it.
Game Ready Drivers provide the best possible gaming experience for all major new releases, including Virtual Reality games.
Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix is included for the best gameplay on day-1.
Even if the manufacturer does offer a slightly newer version, you probably won’t notice the difference.