Although the Windows 11 22H2 version has been tested for a long time, it is obvious that Nvidia did not prepare in advance, so the new version continued to roll over after the release.
At present, some users find that the performance of the graphics card is degraded and there may be a blue screen of death after upgrading to Windows
11 version 22H2. After investigation, this is an NVIDIA driver problem.
Strictly speaking, it is not the driver but the NVIDIA GeForce Experience program, which itself is an optional installation by the user.
After receiving feedback from users, NVIDIA engineers quickly investigated, and the investigation confirmed that it was a problem with NVIDIA GeForce Experience, and there was a compatibility error with Windows 11 22H2 version.
Nvidia did not explain the cause of the error in detail, but it has launched a beta version to fix the error, and affected users can download the new version to cover the upgrade.
The update also optimizes some games to solve performance and bug issues. As for whether there are bugs in this new beta version, users still need to test for the time being.