Nvidia Rolls Out Geforce 361.82 Hotfix Drivers to Address Graphics Card Eject Bug
Nvidia recently released its GeForce 361.75 Game Ready drivers which, upon installation, surprised many users with a rather curious bug.
The so called “Eject NVIDIA Graphics Device” bug causes installed GPUs appear as removable devices in your system tray (much like removable storage devices). It was apparently caused by the implementation of Nvidia’s support for external graphics solutions over Thunderbolt 3.
Now, the chipmaker has rolled out the new GeForce 361.82 Hotfix drivers which addresses this graphics card eject bug. The issue might not be as big, but it caused inconvenience for some users by allowing the display driver to be accidentally “unloaded” while trying to unmount an external storage device.
You can grab the Geforce 361.82 Hotfix drivers from Nvidia’s dedicated customer help site. If you often accidentally eject your graphics cards, this 300-megabyte hotfix driver is worth installing. It is available for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 OS in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
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