If the issue started after updating the driver, then most probably the new driver is causing the issue. In this case, I would suggest you to roll back the driver and check. Refer to these steps:
Press Windows key + X, click on ‘Device manager’.
Expand the section ‘Display adapters’ and right click on the Nvidia display adapter.
Select “properties’ and then click on the driver tab.
Click on ‘Roll back driver’.
If you still have trouble,
There could be various reasons for which system is not able to repair.
We need to check the policies and registry settings and exceptions and firewall settings and other kind of settings.
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