How to Resolve “NVIDIA Output Not Plugged In” Error in Windows PC

Some NVIDIA users complain about the problem when they see the “Not Connected” message on the soundbar for NVIDIA highlighted outputs. If you also encounter a similar problem on your computer, just follow these simple solutions to resolve the issue. This problem can either be caused by a corrupted graphics driver or disconnected sound ports.

What causes the NVIDIA output not to connect?

This problem can be caused either by outdated drivers that don’t work well with your device, or by newer drivers, as some users have reported. read more

How to Resolve ‘Nvidia Control Panel Won’t Open’ in Windows PC

The NVIDIA Control Panel provides easy access to NVIDIA graphics card settings. Many users have complained that the NVIDIA Control Panel does not open in Windows, preventing them from accessing important graphics card settings.

If you’ve encountered a problem like this, you’ve come to the right place. Here we have described some solutions to the “NVIDIA Control Panel doesn’t open” problem.

Why won’t the Nvidia Control Panel open?

For Nvidia Control Panel to work, your computer must be running certain services. Usually, your computer starts these services automatically when you turn it on. However, it is possible that for some reason these services stop working, preventing you from opening the Nvidia Control Panel. read more

How to Repair Standard VGA Graphics Adapter Driver Problems in Windows 10

If you see the entry “Standard VGA Graphics Adapter” in the “Display Adapters” category of the Device Manager, it means that the driver for the specific graphics card is not installed or is corrupt. The entry “Standard VGA Graphics Adapter” under “Display Adapters” also means that your computer is using a built-in graphics driver.

In some cases, you may also see a yellow exclamation mark on the standard VGA graphics adapter, indicating a problem with the graphics driver. One of the disadvantages of the standard VGA graphics driver is that it can only display one screen resolution. read more