I forgot to mention the important bit: On Windows.
What version did you come from (what is the last NVIDIA driver that does work?) What version is your OS?
Our QA team just upgraded to 381.89 on windows 7 and could not reproduce the issue.
Windows 10 from 381.65 to 381.89. Hmmm... weird.
I wish I could find the reference, but I have read that Windows 10 has had issues with video driver upgrades.
FYI: I ran into similar issues with Intel HD4000 drivers on Windows 10.
The Device Manager said my Video drivers were 'up to date', but I found newer ones on Intel's web site. As I wanted upgraded OpenGL to use Cura enhanced Layer View, I upgraded it to Intel's newest.
That was a HUGE mistake.
Some stuff was fine: Simplify3D ran the same.
Other's Broken: Slicer took MINUTES to start and then very long times to load/view/slice anything! Paint.net just ran as slow as Photoshop. Ugh.
And it didn't help Cura at all - same OpenGL version :(
I downgraded back to the recommended Windows version and everything got back to normal.
So, it seams that if Windows says you're on the 'latest version' of a driver, what they really mean is you're on the latest version that actually Works with Windows...
Verified that upgrading to 382.05 (released on 5/3/2017, four days after my report) resolves this issue on Windows 10. It all works fine now.
Thank you for posting that. I have been doing a lot of work and therefore not upgrading the driver even though it pops up all the time bugging me.
Now, I shall wait. Thanks!!
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