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NVIDIA publishes source code, binary packages and USB drivers for developers and the Android open source community to use in development and to create custom OS images for SHIELD devices. Look below for links to relevant downloads.

Drivers
  • NVIDIA Turing or laterWindows Movies and TV Player: When playing a 4k video in fullscreen mode on a 2560x1440 HDR monitor, the video extends beyond the edge of the screen. 3186830 Game Ready.
  • NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 302.86 files such as nvlddmkm.sys utilize the SYS file extension. This file is considered a Win32 EXE file, and was first created by Microsoft for the NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 302.86 software package.
  • NVIDIA DCH Display Drivers are supported on Windows 10 x64 April 2018 Update (Version 1803 OS Build 17134) and later versions. My Windows 10 PC has NVIDIA Standard Display Drivers installed. Can I download and install NVIDIA DCH Display Drivers from NVIDIA.com? NVIDIA DCH Display Drivers can be installed on top of NVIDIA Standard Display.
Portions of open source software are provided under license terms that require redistribution of source code, including the GNU General Public License. Contact [email protected] to request source code if you are not able to locate it on this page.

DEVELOPER OS IMAGES

As a service to software developers, NVIDIA publishes some binary 'developer OS images' with decreased security restrictions or preview drivers. For more information, see here.

SHIELD ANDROID TV

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Keep your drivers up to date GeForce Experience automatically notifies you of new driver releases from NVIDIA. With a single click, you can update the driver directly, without leaving your desktop.

Open Source Resources

NVIDIA publishes source code and binary packages for the community to use to create custom OS images for SHIELD. Find instructions for the open source packages here:

Recovery Images

NVIDIA also publishes binary 'recovery images' for users wishing to revert to the stock NVIDIA OS. Download recovery images from the Download Center (unpack instructions are provided there; the linux package does not require a login).

Before attempting to flash a recovery image, you must have the lastest fastboot executable from the Android SDK (available here under the 'Get just the command line tools' heading) installed on the host machine.

To enter fastboot mode on the SHIELD TV (2017 edition), follow the instructions in the 'How To Flash' section of the latest open source README (for example, the 5.0.0 README linked above or here).

Windows USB Driver

NVIDIA provides updated Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.

SHIELD TABLET K1

These materials are for the NVIDIA SHIELD TABLET K1 released in late 2015; see below for the original SHIELD TABLET.

Open Source Resources

NVIDIA publishes source code and binary packages for the community to use to create custom OS images for SHIELD TABLET K1. Find instructions for the open source packages here:

Recovery Images

NVIDIA also publishes binary 'recovery images' for users wishing to revert to the stock NVIDIA OS. Download recovery images from the Download Center (unpack instructions are provided there; the linux package does not require a login).

NOTE: Before attempting to flash a recovery image, you must have the lastest fastboot executable from the Android SDK (available here under the 'Get just the command line tools' heading) installed on the host machine.

Windows USB Driver

NVIDIA provides Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.

SHIELD TABLET

Open Source Resources

NVIDIA publishes source code and binary packages for the community to use to create custom OS images for SHIELD tablet. Find instructions for the open source packages here:

Recovery Images

NVIDIA also publishes binary 'recovery images' for users wishing to revert to the stock NVIDIA OS. Download recovery images from the Download Center (unpack instructions are provided there; the linux package does not require a login).

NOTE: Before attempting to flash a recovery image, you must have the lastest fastboot executable from the Android SDK (available here under the 'Get just the command line tools' heading) installed on the host machine.

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Windows USB Driver

NVIDIA provides updated Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.

SHIELD PORTABLE

Open Source Resources

NVIDIA publishes source code and binary packages for the community to use to create custom OS images for SHIELD. Find instructions for the open source packages here:

Recovery Images

NVIDIA also publishes binary 'recovery images' for users wishing to revert to the stock NVIDIA OS. Download recovery images from the Download Center (unpack instructions are provided there; the linux package does not require a login).

To revert your SHIELD Portable to the last OS prior to the switch to Android 5.x ('Lollipop') which will re-enable certain apps & features (such as Sonic 4 Ep II & Miracast), please download and flash the recovery image for Update 101.
NOTE: Before attempting to flash a recovery image, you must have the lastest fastboot executable from the Android SDK (available here under the 'Get just the command line tools' heading) installed on the host machine.

Windows USB Driver

NVIDIA provides updated Windows USB drivers for developers having issues with the default Google adb or fastboot driver. If your machine is unable to detect SHIELD, download this driver and follow the instructions linked from the Download Center to install.

Tegra NOTE 7

The original Tegra NOTE 7 with Wi-Fi (the 'Tegra NOTE 7 model P1640') is built by NVIDIA in partnership with hardware companies from different parts of the globe. The device is sold by: EVGA (USA), Dixons (UK), Zotac (APAC, EU), Gigabyte (APAC), Homecare (China), Eldi(Ukraine), Lava(India). Please check with the relevant vendor in your region for open source release information.

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The Tegra NOTE 7 with LTE integration (the 'Tegra NOTE 7 LTE model P1988' or 'TN7C') and the related Wi-Fi version (the 'Tegra NOTE 7 WiFi model 1988W' or 'TN7CW'), are built and maintained by NVIDIA and sold by Cherry Mobile (Philippines) and Etuline (Russia). NVIDIA publishes source code and binary packages for the community to use to create custom OS images. Find instructions for the open source packages here:

  • Tegra NOTE 7 LTE (P1988 or TN7C) open source and binary driver releases:
  • Tegra NOTE 7 WiFi (P1988W or TN7CW) open source and binary driver releases:

Recovery Images

NVIDIA also publishes binary 'recovery images' for users wishing to revert to factory or OTA images for the P1988 and P1988W. Download recovery images from the Download Center (unpack instructions are provided there; the linux package does not require a login).

NOTE: Before attempting to flash a recovery image, you must have the lastest fastboot executable from the Android SDK (available here under the 'Get just the command line tools' heading) installed on the host machine.
The system compatibility report in Premiere Pro scans your system and lets you know if you need to update your drivers. Use the instructions in this document to update your Nvidia drivers.

Note:

Nvidia has stopped releasing Studio Drivers for 9 series and below. Adobe. strongly recommends the following drivers:

  • Please use one of the following 460.89 drivers:

Also, NVIDIA has ended support for Kepler mobile GPUs. If you are using one of these devices, the system compatibility report In Premiere Pro 14.0 alerts you that your driver needs to be updated. However, there are no driver updates for this series.

  1. Create a backup of your boot volume. For more information, see How to: Create a system image in Windows 10.
  2. Identify your NVIDIA GPU make and model before downloading the appropriate driver to make sure you have the correct drivers.

Note:

If you are logged in as a Guest or Standard User, Windows will not permit you to install the driver. Some organization do not allow users to regulate what they install and how they can manipulate the system and application settings. You may need to contact your system admin for assistance with installing the driver in that situation.

  1. Quit all Adobe applications currently running on your desktop.

  2. Confirm the driver type you have. Your two choices are Standard and DCH. To determine your driver type, open the NVIDIA Control Panel and click System Information in the lower left corner of the control panel. In the System Information dialog, locate the type of driver next to the Driver Type field. If you do not see this field, you are most likely using a Standard driver.

    1. NVIDIA DCH display drivers are supported on Windows 10 x64 April 2018 Update (Version 1803 OS Build 17134) and later versions. Go to this link for more information regarding driver types.
    2. Uninstall the Nvidia driver according to these instructions.
    3. Before downloading and installing Nvidia drivers follow the steps below to choose the correct drivers for your Nvidia GPU.
  3. Choose the Product Type, Product Series and Product that matches your GPU.

  4. Choose the Windows Driver Type that matches the type you determined in step 2.

  5. Choose the Download Type that best matches the Product Type you selected in step 4:

    • For Quadro GPUs choose Optimal Driver for Enterprise (ODE).
    • For GeForce or TITAN GPUs choose Studio Driver (SD).
  6. Click Search to be taken to the appropriate page where you can click Download to get the driver installer.

  7. After the driver installer has downloaded, double click the installer .exe file to begin installation according to the instructions in this Nvidia article.

This is the most common error message that occurs while trying to update the driver.

This might happen if the restart is pending or any NVIDIA service is still active in the background process under Task Manager. Restart your system if you get this error.

For more troubleshooting help, see Solving NVIDIA installer issues.

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