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Nvidia's latest Driver Hotfix addresses Modern Warfare, Marvel's Avengers and Minecraft Java issues

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Nvidia's latest Driver Hotfix addresses Modern Warfare, Marvel's Avengers and Minecraft Java issues

Nvidia's latest Driver Hotfix addresses Modern Warfare, Marvel's Avengers and Minecraft Java issues

Nvidia has released a new Geforce Hotfix driver, enhancing the company's 452.06 Game Ready Driver with fixes for issues with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Marvel's Avengers and Minecraft Java. 

With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Nvidia's latest driver addresses an issue which causes intermittent framerate drops when ray tracing is enabled. For Marvel's Avengers, Nvidia's 452.22 Hotfix driver addresses an issue which would cause the game to crash for Pascal users when alt-tabbing in and out of the game.   

Another fix within Nvidia's latest driver addressed an issue which may cause Minecraft's Java version to crash when XSplit Broadcaster is running in the background. 

Below are the release notes for Nvidia's Geforce 452.22 Hotfix driver. 
 

Nvidia's latest Driver Hotfix addresses Modern Warfare, Marvel's Avengers and Minecraft Java issues

GeForce Hotfix display driver version 452.22 is based on our latest Game Ready Driver 452.06.  
 
The hotfix addresses the following issues:

- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare may intermittently see a drop in frame rate when ray tracing is enabled
- [Pascal] Marvel's Avengers may crash if alt-tabbing while the game is running
- [Notebook] Display is not detected when connected to Thunderbolt 3 port on HP Spectre x360 - 15t-df100 Notebook
- Minecraft Java Edition may crash when launched with XSplit Broadcaster running in the background


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