Windows 10: GPUs not detected

Discus and support GPUs not detected in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I have a mining rig with 2x Nvidia 1080ti GPUs. I swapped out my PSU from 850w to 1200w. After rebooting windows can no longer detect any of the GPUs.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by nmilsht, Feb 23, 2021 at 4:12 PM.

  1. nmilsht Win User

    GPUs not detected


    I have a mining rig with 2x Nvidia 1080ti GPUs. I swapped out my PSU from 850w to 1200w. After rebooting windows can no longer detect any of the GPUs. I went into device manage > display adapters but the only listing is IntelR HD Graphics 610. I am unsure of how to proceed.

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  2. GPU not detected

    Hello,

    I have been slowly rebuilding my old desktop. Some of the parts are old, but I have currently upgraded the RAM, mobo, CPU and hard drive. I would like to try and keep it where it is at instead of spending more money on it. I am experiencing an issue with
    detecting the graphics card. I have a monitor hooked up to the graphics card and, obviously, I can see what is going on. So I know that the GPU is being detected, but when I got to device manager, I cannot find the GPU anywhere. I have also typed in the
    command

    into command prompt and it also says that the only video card I am using is the Windows Basic Display Adapter. I have checked online and the GPU is compatible with the motherboard so I know that isn't an issue. For reference the GPU is a GTX 560 Ti. I
    know it is a bit older, but I don't really need to update for the games I play. I just need it to work. Are there any other suggestions as to what I should do? I have listed my current build below.

    OS: Windows 10 home edition 64 bit

    Mobo: ASROCK x370 Gaming k4

    RAM: EVGA DDR4 16GB

    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600x Six Core Processor

    Again, any suggestions on how to solve this so my GPU is detected would be greatly appreciated! Thank you very much and have a great day!

    Moved from: [ Windows / Gaming on Windows 10 ]
     
    ryankelly0117, Feb 23, 2021 at 4:15 PM
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  3. GrapeJams Win User
    Unable to detect NVIDIA GPU after latest windows 10 update

    I believe I am having the same issue. The solution that you suggested does not work as I am unable to uninstall the drivers through the Device Manager as my GPU is not being detected and is therefore not listed under Display Adapters.

    I have an Nvidia GTX 765M as well as an Intel integrated graphics card. At the moment the machine is only recognizing the inferior Intel card. I booted into the BIOS and noticed that my discrete graphics card was listed as [NOT DETECTED].

    This appears to be an issue for several other users and I am quite confident it is an error on the Microsoft side.
     
  4. AlanPS Win User

    GPUs not detected

    GPU not detected by Windows after 1903 update

    Hey there,

    I got a message saying that 1803 won't be supported anymore so I updated against my own will because Windows wouldn't even let me postpone it.

    After that, my GPU disappeared from Device Manager under "Display Devices". NVIDIA drivers won't detect it saying there's no GeForce hardware.

    Laptop MSI GE72VR 7RF Apache Pro with GTX 1060 6GB.

    Symptoms

    + GeForce Experience says "NVIDIA GeForce Experience requires an NVIDIA GPU".

    + Installing drivers manually didn't work either "this graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware".

    + GPU not listed under "Display Devices" on Device Manager.

    What I've tried already

    + Rollback to previous Windows 10 version: my GPU is listed under "Display Devices" but only if I enable the "show hidden" feature. If I go to properties, it says that my GPU is not connected. I tried updating drivers from there but didn't work at all.

    + Disabling "Intel HD Graphics" device on Device Manager and connecting via HDMI to a TV, didn't recognize the GPU and didn't give any video image.

    + Restoring UEFI firmware settings to default from BIOS (there's no GPU option on BIOS).

    + Tried to restore Windows (there's a restore option in Control Panel) which would re-install it from zero without losing my data, but for some reason in the last steps it says is not possible and stops the process.

    + Neither old or new NVIDIA drivers, MSI drivers or even GeForce Experience would recognize my GPU so I can't install them.

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    Any ideas?

    Thanks GPUs not detected :)
     
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