Problem updating nvidia drivers
Last night I installed Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Linux on my desktop PC by completely whipping out Windows 7 OS.So after proper Linux installation, the first problem I faced was a low-resolution display, which was totally annoying me given that I have a NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 TI graphics card installed in the machine.The reason behind this is the new update introduced by Windows that has brought about a change in the way drivers are recognized by the Operating System.It is necessary for all the drivers to be WHQL certified.
You can check your driver version by opening the Nvidia Control Panel from your system tray or Start menu in Windows.
Windows displays an error message stating the graphics driver is not compatible with Windows 10.
As of result of this, users are unable to install the latest version of Windows 10 NVIDIA driver using the normal driver installer.
Click link to System Information in the bottom-left corner of the window, and you’ll find the version of the Ge Force driver you’re currently running. Don’t laugh, my 970 is still doing great: If you have Ge Force experience installed, you can have it update your driver automatically.
Open the app, click Drivers, and then hit Check for Updates just to be sure you’re current.You’ll have to input a bit of information about your GPU and system, but you’ll be able to find the updated drivers there.