|05 Aug 2013||#1|
How to install New NVIDIA drivers offline.
i just recently downloaded a graphics driver. But when i tried to execute the installer, while the package is checking for compatibility of my hardware then eventually it shows "No internet connection". Well, my internet is down right now. Is there any possibility to cracked it down and install it offline? Nice to be back here, after a while. Thanks!
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|05 Aug 2013||#2|
Found a thread in their forums that could help you. How to install Drivers without internet connection?
For the sake of posterity (in case link dies) I'm copying the relevant parts and mirroring the image.
Quote: Originally Posted by jaafaman on GeForce community forums
You must have either the 320.18 WHQL or the 320.49 BETA as "the latest driver", either of which require the .Net 4+ Framework because of the inclusion of GeForce Experience. It's the stub installer for .N4 that's causing it.
Go to your C:\NVIDIA folder and drill down through the display driver's subfolders to delete that for the GeForce Experience, then come back up to your language folder and start the Setup again...
and you can delete the MS.NET folder as well.
As to which driver to look into - well, which one will you try to install?
Your language, if not the International version, will be where you see the International folder - such as English. The driver setup.exe is located there...
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