Just a day after releasing the Game Ready graphics driver 546.29, Nvidia has rolled out a hotfix driver that addresses critical issues that may also affect your device. You can now download and install the GeForce Hotfix driver 546.31.
A hotfix is released as an emergency update which usually fixes critical issues or updates security patches. In their statement, Nvidia emphasizes that hotfixes allow them to roll out the updates as they are ready, without having to wait for the next scheduled update, while the latest features and updates are ready.
This hotfix can be applied to the Game Ready driver. It fixes two critical issues that needed to be addressed quickly before more devices were affected.
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Release Summary: Nvidia GeForce Hotfix driver 546.31
- Driver version: 546.31
- Driver size: 669 MB
- Supported Operating Systems: Windows 11, Windows 10 x64
- Available languages: English
- Release Date: 4th December 2023
Fixes in GeForce Hotfix driver 546.31
The following fixes have been made with this hotfix driver update:
- When streaming gameplay on Discord, colors may appear muted.
- Intermittent stutter may be observed when V-SYNC is enabled.
With that, Nvidia did not list any known issues.
Download Nvidia GeForce driver 546.31
You can download the hotfix by clicking on the following link:
Once downloaded, run the .EXE file and follow the onscreen instructions to extract and install the driver.
How to uninstall Nvidia drivers
If for some reason you wish to uninstall the graphics driver, here is how to do so:
Press the Windows Key + i shortcut keys to open the Settings app.
Then click “Installed apps” on the right.
Search and click on “NVIDIA Windows Display Drivers” from the list of programs.
Click the Uninstall button.
Click Uninstall again.
How to rollback/downgrade Nvidia drivers
If you have not removed the old Nvidia drivers manually and want to downgrade or roll back to the older version of the driver, you can easily do it using the Device Manager. Just follow the steps below to rollback NVIDIA drivers:
Press the Windows Key + R shortcut keys to open the Run Command box.
Type in “devmgmt.msc” and press Enter to open the Device Manager.
Click “Display Adapters” to expand it.
Right-click the NVIDIA driver and then click Properties.
Switch to the “Driver” tab.
Click “Roll Back Driver.”
Please note that if there is no old driver available in the Windows cache, the “Roll Back Driver” button will be greyed out. Also, Windows only stores one previous version of a driver, so you can only roll back to the one installed before the latest update.