Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Home Brew OS: 64-bit 10240 10 Pro CPU: Intel Core i7 960 @3.20 GHz Motherboard: MSI X-58 Pro-E MS7522 Memory: 2 Xbox Controller Driver Windows 10. 4.0 GB DDR3 Graphics Card: EVGA GTX 750Ti Sound Card: On Board Realtect 279 Monitor(s) Displays: LG E2341 23 Inch Screen Resolution: 1920X1080 Keyboard: Logitech MK710 Mouse: Logitech M705 PSU: 750 Watt Case: Haf 912 Cooling: Corsair H-75 Hard Drives: Samsung 250 gB SSD 850 EVO Internet Speed: Cable Browser: Firefox 42 Beta 5 Antivirus: Avast Internet Security 10.4.2233. The problem occurs with the 500 series cards and the 353.62 driver running on Windows 10. Use the 350. Standard Dual Channel Pci Ide Controller Driver Windows 10 there. 12 from and it should install perfectly From there give the 353.62 driver a shot via Windows update. You could try killing nVidia tasks with task manager. The upgrade from 350.12 to 353.62 may or may not work depending on your specifics.