NVIDIA Driver Downloader allows you to download NVIDIA Game Ready and Studio drivers directly from the command line.
NVIDIA Driver Downloader can download and install driver packages, extract driver packages, check for driver updates, and list driver versions for your NVIDIA GPU through the command line. It is tailored for modern NVIDIA GPUs. Best of all, no space-wasting GUI, just a straightforward CLI option to keep your drivers up-to-date.
This driver updater will help you find and download the latest without wasting time searching; it is lightweight, and even though it is a CLI, the commands you will be working with are to the point, as listed below.
Make sure to have 7-Zip installed on your system, or driver extraction functionalities won't work.
Usage for NVIDIA Downloader:
--download | Download a specified driver version. --download | Download the latest driver. --list | Return a list of driver versions. --extract | Extract the specified driver package. --studio | Set the driver type to Studio. (Default: Game Ready) --standard | Set the driver type to Standard. (Default: DCH) --output | Specify the output directory. --output | Set the output directory to the current working directory. --update | Check whether the currently installed NVIDIA driver is outdated. --full | Sets the driver package type to Full. --components [Components] | Specify which components to include when extracting a driver package. --setup | Run the extracted driver package setup. --flags [Flags ...] | Pass flags to NVDDL.
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