Windows 10: Nvidia Geforce GTX 880M not recognized by the device manager or the Nvidia driver setup

Discus and support Nvidia Geforce GTX 880M not recognized by the device manager or the Nvidia driver setup in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Hi everyone! Recently I started getting frequent BSODs with the error message Video TDR Failureso I looked it up and followed a tutorial that claimed... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Yp.6, Feb 4, 2020.

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    Nvidia Geforce GTX 880M not recognized by the device manager or the Nvidia driver setup


    Hi everyone!
    Recently I started getting frequent BSODs with the error message Video TDR Failureso I looked it up and followed a tutorial that claimed to fix the issue.
    https://www.iobit.com/en/knowledge-fix-nvidia-nvlddmkm.sys-blue-screen-error-13.php

    After uninstalling my GPU along with the drivers, as mentioned in the tutorial, it disappeared from the device manager. Instead, there is now a hidden device in its place only showing up if you show hidden devices called "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter".
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 880M not recognized by the device manager or the Nvidia driver setup bd8b21fb-0f5e-4df1-8686-a153f1cc216f?upload=true.png
    This is what it looks like in the device manager.

    The trouble is that even if I try to do a manual driver setup, the setup does not go beyond the step where it searches for compatible hardware. Instead, I get the following error message:
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 880M not recognized by the device manager or the Nvidia driver setup 37881c89-1cac-4af5-b5e3-3ea473c44394?upload=true.png
    Sorry, for German... It says that it can't find any compatible hardware

    So basically, my GPU is no longer being recognized by my system or the nvidia setup even though it's still plugged in I'm on aMedion Erazer Laptop and did not open it up or touch any hardware componentswhatsoever.

    I thankfully still have my internal Intel GPU so that I can do very basic stuff like posting this but I'd really like to have my GTX back.

    So far I have unsuccessfully tried:

    • Installing the driver onto the "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter" from the Device manager.
      • The result was that it told me that the Geforce GTX 880M got installed but the device still showed up just the same and even after a restart basically nothing changed.I tried doing this both the automatic and the manual way.
    • Going into the BIOS and restoring it to default settings.
      • This did not do anything.
    • Going into the BIOS to look for anything GPU related.
      • I have a limited laptop-BIOS American Megatrends from 2012 and there is no mention of any GPU at all.
    • Unlocking the hidden BIOS settings.
      • I've searched through the internet for a while, trying out any key combinations that were suggested online to get into the hidden settings but so far none of them worked.


    The hidden microsoft basic display adapter device does still show me the hardware ID of the Geforce GPU which isPCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1198&SUBSYS_11051462&REV_A1 - maybe there's something I could do with that?

    I'd really like to avoid having to do a system reset since this would require a lot of work setting everything up again, finding and installing all programs again, all the windows settings etc...

    Is there anything else I could do to get my system or the driver setup to recognize my GPU again? If you have any idea, please tell me!


    Thank you for reading.

    :)
     
    Yp.6, Feb 4, 2020
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    MylesMcNally, Feb 4, 2020
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    Hi Barbara,

    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.

    I can understand, how frustrating it can be, when things don’t work as expected.

    I'd be glad to help you.

    Please answer the query, mentioned below:


    • What is the error code or error message?
    I would suggest you to uninstall and reinstall the Nvidia GeForce graphic card
    driver from the manufacturer website and check, if it works. Refer to the following steps to uninstall the
    Nvidia GeForce graphic card driver from the Device Manager.



    a. Click on Windows key + X key and then, select Device Manager.

    b. Locate and expand “Display Adaptor” in the Device Manager Window.

    c. Right-click on the “Display Adaptor” and click on “uninstall" the
    Nvidia GeForce graphic card driver.

    d. Restart the computer and check, if it works.

    Hope this information helps you. Kindly post back with the updated issue for further assistance.



    Thank you.
     
    AntonyJose, Feb 4, 2020
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  4. Nvidia Geforce GTX 880M not recognized by the device manager or the Nvidia driver setup

    NVIDIA HAS DECIDED TO STOP PRODUCING OF NEW GEFORCE DRIVER FOR KEPLER SERIES GEFORCE NOTEBOOKS GPU'S

    On 11-03-2019 , Nvdia is updated bad news, for those who are using kepler series Geforce notebooks graphics cards ,

    kepler users will get new geforce drivers till march or april 2019 .

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    for more informations , users can visit below nvidia official websites:

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    RAJU.MSC.MATHEMATICS, Feb 4, 2020
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