Nvidia releases Geforce 397.55 HotFix driver to address GTX 1060 installation issues

Nvidia's Geforce 397.31 driver is causing issues for some users

Nvidia releases Geforce 397.55 HotFix driver to address GTX 1060 installation issues

Shortly after the release of Nvidia’s Geforce 373.31 driver, several posts emerged on Nvidia’s official forums to report problems when installing this driver with certain GTX 1060 graphics cards, a bug which prevented the driver from installing correctly which then force users to uninstall their driver and revert to an older version. 

To address this issue, Nvidia has released their new Geforce HotFix 397.55 driver, which fixes report code 43 for certain GTX 1060 models alongside fixes for Netflix playback issues, driver removal issues on specific builds on Windows 10 and support for Microsoft Surface Book notebooks. 

 
Nvidia's Geforce 397.31 driver is causing issues for some users
  

GeForce Hot Fix driver version 397.55 addresses the following:

– After driver installation, Device Manager may report Code 43 error on a few GTX 1060 cards models.
– Netflix playback may occasionally stutter.
– Added support for Microsoft Surface Book notebooks.
– Windows 10: Driver may get removed after PC has been left idle for an extended period of time.

Nvidia’s Geforce 397.55 Hotfix driver is available to download here. 

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