Rescently, NVIDIA pushed an update for the latest 1000 series graphics cards compatible with the Windows 10 anniversary update. Unfortunately, for or many users who are on the latest Windows 10 anniversary update, this update is not installing. Windows shows that the graphics driver is not compatible with Windows 10. Because of this, there is no way to really install the latest drivers by using the normal driver installer.
All this is happening because, with the new update, Windows has changed how the drivers are recognized by the OS. All the drivers being installed now need to be WHQL certified. The drivers which are not WHQL certified will just not simply install. You can fix all this mess by removing the older drivers from your PC. Generally manuallyÂ removing them from Program and settings is fine, but for a thorough removal, I use the Display Driver Uninstaller. After that, you can use the Windows update to find and automatically install the drivers. If they are not present there, just manually install them. Continue reading below for the step by step instructions.