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NVidia Profiles from new drivers

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See https://www.mtbs3d.com/phpBB/viewtopic. ... 05&t=23276 for important discussion about keeping Windows 10 v1809 and postponing updates.

zig11727 has also suggested locking down driver updates on Windows 10 - see https://www.windowscentral.com/how-disa ... windows-10, for example.

Profile for driver 436.30 attached below. Please share how you are using these profiles, if they fix any 3D Vision problems (especially for new GPU cards unable to use 425.31).
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One other option to slow down the Win10 tube down the throat is to set your internet connection to 'metered'. Once it's metered, they respect that by not downloading giant updates like the next OS and costing you money. It's OK to lie, it's just Microsoft.

The ultimate resource though is to keep your backups up to date. Make full image backups, and keep them in a rolling stack. If the OS gets rammed down your throat just roll back to the prior one using your backup.

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Profile information from driver 436.48 attached below.
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thanks for posting these whyme466. I've only imported single profiles with Nvidia Profile Inspector before, how do I import these? do I need to rename the extension, and can I just import specific games or do I have to import all of them together?

I had to revert to 425.31 in order to play Ghost Recon Breakpoint in CM, but noticed several games (including this one) are not found by 3D fix manager - which I use for swapping eyes. So I am hoping getting the profiles imported will allow 3D fix manager to find them (?), and I can stop wearing the glasses upside down :?

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The entire profile can be imported directly (no file/name change), using Geforce 3D Profile Manager. Before importing, be sure to delete nvdrssel.bin file at C\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\Drs. It will be recreated automatically upon successful profile import.

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Profile information from driver 440.97 attached below.
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Profile information from driver 441.08 attached below.
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Thanks for all the profiles whyme466.

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Just want to say I appreciate you consistently doing this, especially since I was the one who originally requested this and it helps save me some busy work since I prefer to stay on 425.31 for the time being.

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Thanks. Glad these updates are useful. I am also staying with 1809/425.31 on my 3D Vision SSD.

Profile information from driver 441.12 attached below (Game Ready for Red Dead Redemption 2, includes the latest optimizations for Need for Speed Heat and Borderlands 3).
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whyme466 wrote:The entire profile can be imported directly (no file/name change), using Geforce 3D Profile Manager. Before importing, be sure to delete nvdrssel.bin file at C\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\Drs. It will be recreated automatically upon successful profile import.
Could you give the steps for importing the file please ?

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2 steps - delete referenced file, then click import button in Profile Manager. Profile Manager should report successful import operation. Individual game profiles can be cut/pasted into your exported file from Profile Manager before import, also.

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In what application ?

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GeForce 3D Profile Manager, as I mentioned before...

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Oh, sorry :-)
I am not able to find a link for this tool and using nvidia profile inspector doesn't seems to work.

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In case you haven't found it yet..
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Profile information from driver 441.20 attached below (Game Ready driver for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Stormland).
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Blacksmith60 wrote:In case you haven't found it yet..
Thanks a lot !

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Profile information from driver 441.41 attached below (Game Ready driver for Halo: Reach, Image sharpening for Vulkan and OpenGL).
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Thank you!!! :D

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Profile information from driver 441.87 attached below (Game Ready for Wolfenstein: Youngblood with Ray Tracing, Maximum Framerate, Image Sharpening Improvements).
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Thanks again for posting these.

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Profile information from driver 442.19 attached below (Game Ready for Zombie Army: Dead War 4, Maximum Framerate with more options).
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Profile information from driver 442.50 attached below (Game Ready for Apex Legends, Division 2, and ARK).
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Profile information from driver 445.75 attached below (Game Ready for Alyx, support for RE3 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint's Ghost Experience).
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