Problems with updating nvidia drivers
Download the most recent version of the driver you need.
Launch the installer once the download is complete to begin the update.
#EDIT Ok i read information about problem with compatibility between newest drivers and asus notebooks. Haven't heard official confirmation, but from what I can see, looks like the GL502VMK should just be using the Intel 7th gen. 'Skylake' cpu used on the GL502VM, or that appears to be the difference between the GL502VS and GL502VSK, so expect the GL502VM/K should be similar.
Haven't heard official confirmation, but from what I can see, looks like the GL502VMK should just be using the Intel 7th gen. 'Skylake' cpu used on the GL502VM, or that appears to be the difference between the GL502VS and GL502VSK, so expect the GL502VM/K should be similar.
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That way you can simply run System Restore and revert back should anything go wrong.
Before you begin, you must know what NVIDIA graphics card are installed in your computer.
The laptop runs a little to hot for my taste and the fans make a lot of noise.
NVIDIA graphics cards are powerful right out of the box, but by updating the drivers, not only will your computer and games perform better, you will also ensure that your PC stays compatible with your other peripherals.
If you do not want to do that wait for the next WHQL driver which will fix the issue. I have a few guesses: The VMK has the 3gb vs the 6gb 1060? though need to mention that i first installed them onto 1607 since i am using w10 enterprise which doesnt come with CU yet and the update assistant doesnt work with, but today i already received CU through windows update and now i am running 1703 with 381.89 with no issues. internally my gl502vm is also called vm K everywhere; and my gtx 1060 is a 6gb version, so it really only depends on the cpu whether it is called vm K or vm I confirm everything said before: I own an Asus GL502VM (it says in the box), which is really a GL502VMK, with: - Kaby Lake CPU i7-7700HQ; - 16GB of RAM (different brands: 8GB Micron and 8GB Samsung); and - Geforce GTX 1060 with 6GB of RAM.
I have Windows 10 Home Edition (originally installed on the SSD), running the 1703 version (Creator's Update) and the NVIDIA drivers version 381.89.