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Driver stable for my system?

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For a few months now every time I install an nVidia driver they've ended up crashing my system and I had to rollback.
I wonder, is there a way to tell if a driver will work with my system beforehand, or is it just a matter of trial and error?
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1.uninstall older NVidia drivers at windows software list.
2.uninstall NVidia drivers at device manager.
click windows logo.
richt-click with mouse on computer, and choose manage.
then choose device manager
the click on adapters (NVidia adapter)
uninstall the driver and restart PC.
afterwards it should say default VGA driver.
if it says NVidia driver again , repeat until all older NVidia drivers are deleted .


3. install NVidia GeForce experience , and let it search for updated drivers for your card.
http://www.geforce.com/geforce-experience

let it download the new NVidia driver
choose custom install , and then check the box for fresh install.

also make sure your motherboard drivers are updated.
check the website of your motherboard manufacturer.
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