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Old 22nd November 2017, 09:03   #47281  |  Link
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Old 22nd November 2017, 09:12   #47282  |  Link
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On Windows 10 I use this method to block NVIDIA driver updates, and it works perfectly fine:
https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/wi...rivers.401588/

On Windows 8.1 it always just lists the drivers in WU but never installs them automatically, so I don't bother with anything there.
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Old 22nd November 2017, 09:50   #47283  |  Link
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On Windows 10 I use this method to block NVIDIA driver updates, and it works perfectly fine:
https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/wi...rivers.401588/

On Windows 8.1 it always just lists the drivers in WU but never installs them automatically, so I don't bother with anything there.
Great! This method works. Thks bro!
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Old 22nd November 2017, 10:14   #47284  |  Link
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I just run DDU after every major update of Windows 10 - running it automatically disables automatic (graphics) driver updates through Windows Update.
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Old 22nd November 2017, 15:22   #47285  |  Link
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Isn't there some registry hack or something like that to prevent windows HDR from automatically turning on so we can use newer nvidia drivers?
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Old 22nd November 2017, 22:54   #47286  |  Link
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Profile group on "device" section to control the zoom

Hi Madshi
goal is to be able to select the good memory lens of the projector depending on the ratio of the movie (2.40 or 16/9)

Using a profile group on "device" section and "screen config" sub section, it works to switch automatically the projector on the good memory as long as the projector JVC X500 is connected and recognize by its IP adress in madVR "devices/xx/properties" section.

It does not work with an Epson EH-LS10000.

I do not know where to find the information of compatible projectors for this function or to find how to set it if it is possible (there is no information on how to modify or add a control command for a given projector).

Does this information is provided somewhere ?

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Old 22nd November 2017, 23:35   #47287  |  Link
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I just run DDU after every major update of Windows 10 - running it automatically disables automatic (graphics) driver updates through Windows Update.
Despite having used DDU, I can see that Windows update still try to update nvidia drivers: black screen, then I check process, and I see a nvidia install process. Boring if you're not interested in 3D and other stuff.
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Old 23rd November 2017, 04:23   #47288  |  Link
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We fixed a community reported issue where display colors became distorted after upgrading on some TV’s and monitors that incorrectly advertised support for 10/12 bit wire formats.

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexp...uild-17046-pc/
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Old 23rd November 2017, 04:55   #47289  |  Link
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Despite having used DDU, I can see that Windows update still try to update nvidia drivers: black screen, then I check process, and I see a nvidia install process. Boring if you're not interested in 3D and other stuff.
Weird, I'm pretty sure that shouldn't happen. If you're sure no major updates (like the Fall Creators update) happened since the last time you used DDU, it might be worth letting the creator of DDU know. Perhaps Microsoft changed something again.
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Old 23rd November 2017, 14:15   #47290  |  Link
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It seems that FSRCNNX is better than NGU Standard/Sharp now.
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Old 23rd November 2017, 17:37   #47291  |  Link
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Isn't there some registry hack or something like that to prevent windows HDR from automatically turning on so we can use newer nvidia drivers?
You can sue the newer drivers but will have to manually turn off HDR after viewing.
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Old 23rd November 2017, 17:51   #47292  |  Link
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It seems that FSRCNNX is better than NGU Standard/Sharp now.
What is FSRCNNX? The only thing I can find with google is a 4chan thread about mpv.
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What is FSRCNNX? The only thing I can find with google is a 4chan thread about mpv.
https://github.com/igv/FSRCNN-TensorFlow
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Is a dedicated graphics card pretty much always required for NGU upscaling? I’m a fan of the Intel NUCs, but would they prevent me from using NGU Sharp to upscale Blu-rays to 4K, with a few other features like debanding? Does a Celeron or i3 with a Nvidia 1060 out perform a i7 NUC with no dedicated GPU? I’d like to buy a new NUC for my next HTPC, but if a i7 version is required to use NGU and other features, or if it’s not possible with any NUC, I’d like some suggestions.

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it's not possible with any current nuc.
i ditched mine and got a zotac zbox en1060k, ngu sharp, hdr.. work flawlessly.
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I have heard that this problem is going to be fixed in next Win10 cumulative update (next week).

Until then you can fix it by "disabling fullscreen optimizations" in the Windows compatiblity settings of your player.
Is that working? Just downgraded once again the nvidia drivers (388.13 to 385.69) to use HDR in my MPC -BE, LAV, madVR setup.. I have had no success so far since 385.69 to get to run 4k HDR content in fullscreen with this setup on windows 10 64 bit nvidia 1070. my windows crashes incredibly harsh going fullscreen. only a forced task manager (somehow) brings the OS back alive or reset and hardware reboot.

any feeback before I start another driver odyssey again would be so appreciated :-)
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any feeback before I start another driver odyssey again would be so appreciated :-)
Not sure as I don't use fullscreen myself, but the cumulative updates notes do say "Addressed issue that causes a black screen to appear when you switch between windowed and full-screen modes when playing some Microsoft DirectX games."
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You can sue the newer drivers but will have to manually turn off HDR after viewing.
The problem is I can't even get HDR working properly at all with any driver above 385.XX.
All I get is windows HDR automatically turning on which results in messed up colors.
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Is there any way to block automatic updates of the Nvidia drivers that Windows Update installs? they drive me crazy with the new version that does not work with madvr/hdr
What is the last version that you think works with madVR? And what stopped working for you exactly?
I'm having a problem getting madVR to play a blu-ray with the "top and bottom" format.
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You can sue the newer drivers but will have to manually turn off HDR after viewing.
If only we could sue them...

(Joking, no grammar nazi, just joking)
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