NVIDIA releases GeForce Game Ready 52686 WHQL drivers with improved

NVIDIA releases GeForce Game Ready 526.86 WHQL drivers with improved Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 support and bug fixes

NVIDIA has released the GeForce Game Ready 526.86 WHQL graphics driver package. The new software version offers improved support for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 shooter.

    Image Credit: Activision Blizzard

Image Credit: Activision Blizzard

The company notes that it worked on the stability of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on its graphics cards, fixed in-game image issues, and also added support for NVIDIA DLSS Super Resolution and NVIDIA Reflex technologies.

List of fixed issues:

  • While playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, you may randomly see image flashes.
  • Call of Duty: Vanguard could randomly “fly” to the home screen;
  • VTube Studio may cause a black screen after a driver update.
  • after closing some games, the GPU continued to work in P0 state mode (full load mode);
  • Ubisoft Anvil Engine games may experience screen flickering.
  • Performance drop when using AV1 decoder in 8K60 mode on GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card;
  • dazzling image artifacts in Forza Horizon 5 after a driver update.

List of Known Issues:

  • Enabling/disabling HDR in games will result in a decrease in stability when using a non-native resolution;
  • Shadowplay footage can appear overexposed when “Use HDR” is enabled in Windows display settings.
  • Monitor may flicker briefly when waking from sleep mode when DSR/DLDSR are enabled;
  • RedCine-X Pro may crash when working with effects during video playback;
  • Maxon Cinema4D + Redshift3D applications cause TDR or driver crash;
  • The Desktop Window Manager Service (dwm.exe) may report higher GPU usage when using GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. As a workaround, disable GPU scheduling with hardware acceleration in Windows settings;
  • Daz Studio crashes after updating to the latest driver when trying to run a simulation.

You can download the GeForce Game Ready 526.86 WHQL graphics driver from the official NVIDIA website or through the GeForce Experience application.

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