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If you've performed one of the clean installation procedures listed on the previous page, or if you're starting with a fresh installation of Windows, or if you've already got a previous version of the Ge Force drivers installed and are absolutely certain that your system is currently problem-free, then you can proceed with downloading and installing the latest Ge Force driver package as covered in this section of the guide.
Downloading the Ge Force Driver Package To obtain the latest Ge Force driver package for your GPU, go the Ge Driver Download page or the Driver Download page.
It is strongly recommended that you select Custom - selecting Express may install/update components that you don't need.
To check this, right-click on the driver package, select Properties, and look under the Digital Signatures tab. As a general rule, you should download and install the latest available version of the Ge Force drivers, whether Beta or WHQL, especially if you play recent games.
Under the Manual Driver Search section, select your GPU model series and model number - see the Identifying Your GPU section on the previous page if you're unsure of these.
Next, select your current operating system and importantly whether it's 32-bit or 64-bit.
More detailed information about drivers, including general driver optimization and troubleshooting tips, can be found in the Windows Drivers chapter of the Tweak Guides Tweaking Companion.
Installing the Ge Force Driver Package Installation of the Ge Force driver package is relatively simple, but there are several aspects you should consider while installing the drivers to achieve optimal results. Once you've downloaded the latest official Ge Force driver package, double-click on it to launch the driver installation wizard. The driver package will first prompt you for a directory to install the Ge Force drivers, typically C:\NVIDIA\Display Driver\[version number]\[package name]\[language] by default.