Windows 11 bug causing problems with GPUs by Nvidia is finally fixed. It has already been fixed in beta, but it will however be coming to release graphics driver in the later parts of this week.
Windows 11 Bug Causing Problems with GPUs by Nvidia Is Finally Fixed
The Windows 11 22H2 fix which is the first major feature update for the OS unfortunately was introduced with some problems for gamers and most notably for those persons with Nvidia graphics cards.
Just as explained in previous reports, some people with Nvidia GPUs found out that their games were not running smoothly. And as a gamer, there is nothing worse than applying an update just to see that the magic frames per second number go down and thus making for gameplay full of hiccups.
Nvidia and Microsoft both Investigated and Worked On a Solution
At the time, we heard that Nvidia and Microsoft were investigating and working on a solution to the cause of the problems, and Team Green has however come forward with a solution to the problem. Neowin brought our attention and focus to Nvidia pegging down on the cause, which was new graphics debugging tools in the major windows 11 update which was mistakenly triggered and in the process slowing everything down.
The Curve Nvidia Has Provided Is To Install a New Beta of Its Open GeForce Experience Software
That being said, the curve Nvidia has provided is to install a new beta of its open GeForce experience software and specifically version 3.26. And going by Nvidia’s instructions, you will fix the problem seamlessly. But to summarize the whole steps for you, you will need to open GeForce Experience and go to settings. Next, you will have to select ‘Enable Experimental Features’ which in other words means beta features.
After doing that, you will have to close the app and wait for 30 seconds and then load up GeForce Experience again which will make it update. And after that, you should be good to go and the frame rate problems will be solved.