Question Game Crashes after installing drivers

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Hey I recently got a Rtx 2060 from Amazon it was the KO Ultra one. I was crashing on fortnite and I called EVGA and got a replacement. Im still crashing on Fortnite and can't overclock without crashing. I uninstalled my graphics card and I reinstalled them but anytime I launch I immediately crash. But what I did was uninstalled my card and after like a min a 2 the graphics card automatically installed but its on a super old version its on version 4.3.2 when the latest is 4.4.3. My problem is in the control panel I don't get certain settings since its on a way old version my games looking blurry and doesn't look like I want it to look since I don't have the settings that are on the latest drivers. EVGA gave me a new Rtx 2060 XC gaming card. It really only crashes on Fortnite as I know so far. Iv'e tried to play on different hard drives and that didn't work and I can't change the PCI port that the graphics card is in since I have a micro B450 motherboard and cablese block my 2nd port. If anyone could help me I would really appreciate it.
 
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Also an error message that pops up is Application has been blocked from accessing Graphics Hardware. My games aren't crashing right now since I'm on the default drivers and not the latest drivers.
 

Nemesia

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Here is how you can proceed to do a clean install of your GPU drivers to see if it's a drivers issue or if it's the GPU itself having issues.

  • Download latest GPU drivers.
  • Download DDU - https://www.wagnardsoft.com/
  • Start your OS in safe mode.
  • Unplug your internet.
  • Open DDU and at the right select GPU->Nvidia and click on clean and reboot.
  • Install latest GPU drivers.
  • Reboot.
  • Plug your internet.
Try that.
 
Feb 8, 2020
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Here is how you can proceed to do a clean install of your GPU drivers to see if it's a drivers issue or if it's the GPU itself having issues.

  • Download latest GPU drivers.
  • Download DDU - https://www.wagnardsoft.com/
  • Start your OS in safe mode.
  • Unplug your internet.
  • Open DDU and at the right select GPU->Nvidia and click on clean and reboot.
  • Install latest GPU drivers.
  • Reboot.
  • Plug your internet.
Try that.
Just tried that and itdidn't work sadly
 
Feb 8, 2020
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Here is how you can proceed to do a clean install of your GPU drivers to see if it's a drivers issue or if it's the GPU itself having issues.

  • Download latest GPU drivers.
  • Download DDU - https://www.wagnardsoft.com/
  • Start your OS in safe mode.
  • Unplug your internet.
  • Open DDU and at the right select GPU->Nvidia and click on clean and reboot.
  • Install latest GPU drivers.
  • Reboot.
  • Plug your internet.
Try that.
Thanks for the help I found a solution. I downloaded the Studio Drivers and now my came is no longer crashing. If anyone else is still experiencing this problem just try the Studio drivers instead of the Game ready you really only lose like 1-5 FPS in Games.
 

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