Auslogics Driver Updater should I cancel or wait for installation to finish?

I am trying to update my Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 driver via Auslogics Driver Updater and it's taking a very long time to install. I began the process yesterday (29/03/24) at around 7pm and expected it to take a long time to back-up the old driver setting and then download the new driver. I've come back to my computer at 30/03/24 at 1pm and it is still installing.

Should I continue to wait (and if so, for how long) or should I cancel the installation and rollback to the older driver?

I have changed my power setting to High without any permission to go to sleep so the PC has not gone into sleep mode mid-process. I have also shut down most non-critical background processes (Steam, OneDrive, etc) to let Auslogics Driver Updater have as much CPU / RAM as needed.

Thank you
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Mar 30, 2024 at 12:04 PM

Долгая загруска игр и текстур в самих играх.

Здравствуйте. Дело в том, что у меня стали долго грузиться игры и графика в самих играх. Хотя компьютер у меня не самый слабый. Но после включения пк все стало долго и грустно.
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Using Dedicated Graphics Card

Hello there,
I've got a problem with switching to my dedicated graphics card. For some reason games like CS:GO tend to run on integrated graphics. I've tried everything such as going to Nvidia Contol Panel and choosing cs:go, and setting it on my Nvidia card. When I go to Graphics settings and choose CS:GO it says Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000 for Power Saving and High Performance (which it shouldn't be like this) . I've installed the latest version of my Nvidia Card ( which is 391.35). The only way I can use my Nvidia Graphics for CS:GO is that I have to disable Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000 in Device Manager (which then I'm limited to 60HZ and can't change color settings)
I'm using an Asus Laptop( Asus K53SV)
Here is some information about the hardware that I'm using:
Geforce GT 540M
Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000


I hope you guys can help me with this and have a good day :)

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Dec 28, 2020 at 11:45 AM

Using Dedicated Graphics Card

Hello there,
I've got a problem with switching to my dedicated graphics card. For some reason games like CS:GO tend to run on integrated graphics. I've tried everything such as going to Nvidia Contol Panel and choosing cs:go, and setting it on my Nvidia card. When I go to Graphics settings and choose CS:GO it says Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000 for Power Saving and High Performance (which it shouldn't be like this) . I've installed the latest version of my Nvidia Card ( which is 391.35). The only way I can use my Nvidia Graphics for CS:GO is that I have to disable Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000 in Device Manager (which then I'm limited to 60HZ and can't change color settings)
I'm using an Asus Laptop( Asus K53SV)
Here is some information about the hardware that I'm using:
Geforce GT 540M
Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000


I hope you guys can help me with this and have a good day :)

975 views
Dec 28, 2020 at 11:45 AM

Долгая загруска игр и текстур в самих играх.

Здравствуйте. Дело в том, что у меня стали долго грузиться игры и графика в самих играх. Хотя компьютер у меня не самый слабый. Но после включения пк все стало долго и грустно.
936 views
Jul 22, 2021 at 01:29 PM

Auslogics Driver Updater should I cancel or wait for installation to finish?

I am trying to update my Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 driver via Auslogics Driver Updater and it's taking a very long time to install. I began the process yesterday (29/03/24) at around 7pm and expected it to take a long time to back-up the old driver setting and then download the new driver. I've come back to my computer at 30/03/24 at 1pm and it is still installing.

Should I continue to wait (and if so, for how long) or should I cancel the installation and rollback to the older driver?

I have changed my power setting to High without any permission to go to sleep so the PC has not gone into sleep mode mid-process. I have also shut down most non-critical background processes (Steam, OneDrive, etc) to let Auslogics Driver Updater have as much CPU / RAM as needed.

Thank you
289 views
Mar 30, 2024 at 12:04 PM