Follow advised methods and steps provided below to resolve the issue you’re having:
Method 1 – Make sure that your graphics card isn’t disabled.
Sometimes this issue can occur if your graphic card is disabled in Device Manager. To see if your card is disabled, do the following:
1. Press Windows Key + X to open Power User Menu and select Device Manager from the list of results.
2. Once Device Manager opens, locate your graphic card and double click it to see its properties.
3. Go to the Driver tab and click the Enable button.
Note: If the button is missing it means that your graphic card is enabled.
Method 2 – Install the latest Nvidia drivers
If your Nvidia graphics card isn’t detected on Windows 10, you can fix that problem by downloading the latest drivers for your device.
Note: Before doing that, be sure to uninstall all previous Nvidia drivers that you have. Here’s how:
1. Open the Settings app and go to System.
2. Navigate to the Apps & features tab.
3. Locate Nvidia drivers, and delete all software related to Nvidia. Simply click the software you want to remove and choose Uninstall.
Method 3 – Use Command Prompt
Several users reported that Nvidia driver can’t detect the graphic card, and you can fix this problem by using Command Prompt. To do that follow these steps:
1. Open Command Prompt as administrator. You can do that by pressing Windows Key + X and selecting Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.
2. Once Command Prompt opens, enter bcdedit /set pciexpress forcedisable and press Enter to run it.
3. Close Command prompt and try to install your drivers again.
Update us which method sorted out the issue.