Microsoft recently released Windows 11 update for its end users. But some users complain that after the upgrade, they find problem with GeForce graphics card, and it causes great hindrance in their smooth system operation. As per a few suffering users, their framerates dropped from 120 to 20 FPS. However, this is not a complicated problem, and you can solve it quickly by following this article.
Moreover, some users have reported they experiencing low performance issue in video game and some applications after Windows 11 2022 update. According to Nvidia and Microsoft, the primary culprit of the problems is the new “graphics debugging tools” added with update Windows 11 22H2. We have analyzed this issue and would like to recommend a few solutions that might help you get rid of the problem quickly. Let’s have a look.
Fix 1: Install NVIDIA GeForce Experience v3.26 BETA
If you have slow operating system or stuttering problems after Windows 11 22H2 update, then we highly recommend you to install the latest GeForce Experience version. Nvidia has reportedly fixed this issue with the 3.26 beta release of their software for GeForce GPUs.
You can install the latest update manually and automatically.
- Go to this link and install the update manually.
To update Automatically,
- Open GeForce Experience application-> click on Settings-> tick beside Enable Experimental Features and exit from the app.
- After 30-45 seconds, reopen the GeForce Experience app, and it will gets updated to the latest version.
Fix 2: Disable Nvidia FrameView SDK Service
As per some users, they solved the same problem by disabling NVIDIA FrameView SDK service, variable refresh rate and optimizations for window games. Once done, you can check if the problem get fixed or not.
As per some users, they resolved the same issue by disabling the NVIDIA FrameView SDK service, Variable Refresh Rate and Optimizations for Windowed games. Once done, you can check whether the issue resolved or not. If not, go back to the previous settings and move to the next solution.
Fix 3: Contact NVIDIA Support Team
Another solution is to report the problem on the NVIDIA support team page, they will look into the issue and fix it as soon as possible. If your PC is experiencing any issues after installing an NVIDIA display driver, you have the option to fill out the Display Driver Feedback form.
Fix 4: Remove Nvidia Drivers by using DDU
To get rid of the same problem, you can try to remove GeForce Experience and Nvidia drivers using DDU utility and see the result.
Fix 5: Use Previous Windows Version
If the problem still persists, you need to go back to the previous version of Windows and see the result. To do so,
- Open Settings-> select System-> choose Recovery-> click on Go back button beside Go back option.
- Once done, you can use previous version Windows.
Fix 6: Perform a Clean W11 22h2 Installation
Along with these fixes you should perform a clean W11 22h2 installation to remove minor bugs from the system and see the result.
These are all about to resolve Nvidia GeForce Graphics Card Errors on Windows 11 22H2. If you have any concerns related to the information given above, then you can list your doubts in the command box below.