Nvidia ‘Warning: Known issues with graphics driver’ error message fix

The Nvidia “Warning: Known issues with graphics driver” error message is not something PC users want to see, especially when booting up a game like Fortnite, Call of Duty, or Apex Legends. But what exactly does “The installed version of the Nvidia graphics driver has known issues” mean? Here’s the need-to-know and how to fix the problem.

What does the Nvidia “Warning: Known issues with graphics driver” error message mean?

Nvidia Warning: Known issues with graphics driver

The Nvidia “Warning: Known issues with graphics driver” error message means that the currently installed GPU driver version (XXX.XX) is known to cause problems with the application that is being booted.

These “known issues” can mean anything from stutter or “lag” in-game, to crashing problems where the application can’t run properly.

How to fix Nvidia “Warning: Known issues with graphics driver” error

Nvidia Warning: Known issues with graphics driver

To fix the Nvidia “Warning: Known issues with graphics driver” error players will want to update to the latest driver version.

This is advised in the error message itself, but it’s not explicitly clear on how a user can do that. To update the Nvidia driver version, head here.

Once the new Nvidia driver has been installed, this error message should no longer appear.

Be sure to keep on top of updating GPU drivers to the latest version to ensure the best level of performance in games. This can be automatically done by installing the GeForce Experience application, which is available here.

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