I already posted this on another thread, but noticing this was for that particular kind of problem, I figured I should add it here as well:
I am currently trying to play Dragon Age Inquisition on my Alpha, but it gives this message: "Detected NVIDIA GeForce driver version 338.10. The required driver version is 340.52 or later..." I have tried to do the update, but it says it does not fit my model and won't let me play the game Is there a way around this?
After not being able to find any driver that would install, I tried chatting with EA to see if they had any ideas. They told me to remove the current driver completely then install a new one insisting that would help. It made no difference. Then I tried going into the device manager and manually installing the driver through there. At the end it said the driver fit the device but was incompatible with my version of windows! This did not make any sense because the NVIDIA site chose the driver based on my system. Is it confusing the AlphaUI and windows? Will a proper driver be put online any time soon?
I don't know if this is an alpha issue or a steam issue, but in the middle of playing games on the alpha in the steam big picture mode with a controller, the system will alt-tab randomly and kick me back to steam. The game doesn't close as I can alt-tab back but it happens multiple times per session
I can't find the thread about the problems with the GPU drivers update. Is there any news about when the new drivers will be released? With the current drivers, games like Dragon Age Inquisition are unplayable, because it requires at least the 340.52 version of the nVidia drivers.