Tuesday, January 7th 2020

NVIDIA Ends Quadro Driver Support for Windows 7 and Other OSes from Mid-January

NVIDIA in reponse to a support question stated that it will end Quadro driver support for select Windows versions from 14th January, 2020. These include all editions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2. NVIDIA will continue to provide driver updates that include bug fixes and security patches until 14th January. After that, NVIDIA will no longer release new Quadro drivers that support these operating systems. NVIDIA will focus on providing driver updates for Windows 10 client, enterprise, and server versions, and encourages people to upgrade. The door for extended support from specific enterprise users remains open, they are asked to contact their NVIDIA representative.
Source: NVIDIA
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3 Comments on NVIDIA Ends Quadro Driver Support for Windows 7 and Other OSes from Mid-January

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biffzinker
candle_86
good
Sure, but why Windows 8.1?
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candle_86
biffzinker
Sure, but why Windows 8.1?
It's a waste of resources, enterprise user's ignored windows 8 and 8.1 except on surface devices
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