NVIDIA GeForce owners are experiencing increased CPU load after a recent update, showing driver issues aren’t limited to AMD graphics cards.
Problems with Drivers Affect Not Only AMD Graphics Cards
The latest update has caused trouble for NVIDIA GeForce owners as well. Many of them have noticed a significant increase in CPU usage, which can lead to slower performance and even system crashes.
Causes of Driver Problems
Driver problems can occur due to various reasons, such as incompatible drivers or outdated software versions. Sometimes the issues are related to hardware malfunctions or conflicts between different components.
Symptoms of Driver Issues
If you suspect that your computer is experiencing driver-related problems, there are some common symptoms you may notice:
- Lack of audio or video output
- Frequent application errors or crashes
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Troubleshooting Tips for Driver Issues
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- Update Your Drivers: You should regularly check for updates from the manufacturer’s website and install any available updates.
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