Afaik, they are on it as we speak. I had the same problem, and - like i told you on facebook - thought your issue might be gpu related. maybe you want to post your logs here - curious if its the same issue.
My understanding is that Studio drivers are more stable for video editing etc. From Nvidia’s website re the difference between Game and Studio drivers:
GAME READY DRIVERS VS STUDIO READY DRIVERS
Whether you are playing the hottest new games or working with the latest creative applications, NVIDIA drivers are custom tailored to provide the best possible experience. If you are a gamer who prioritizes day of launch support for the latest games, patches, and DLCs, choose Game Ready Drivers. If you are a content creator who prioritizes reliability for creative workflows including video editing, animation, photography, graphic design, and livestreaming, choose Studio Drivers. Do a little bit of both? No worries, either can support running the best games and creative apps.
Update installs for both Nvidia and AMD offer the choice of a ‘clean install’ which removes the previous build/s and then clean installs the new build, though sometimes you might have to open a Twistee to find that option. Thus far, I’ve not had the need to first use a 3rd party uninstall program. Your choice of course.
I’ve worked with Nvidia for a decade and even they don’t uninstall everything with a clean uninstall.
Download the studio driver, clean, install studio driver.
Note that you shouldn’t have to do this every time. I’ve felt a need to do this once in the last two years. It depends entirely on how often you update software and drivers on your machine. On my new video editing only machine I hope to never need a driver cleaning.
Fair point, and I acknowledge your long experience with Nvidia. Not so dissimilar to your experience, I think that there needs to be a compelling reason before using a ‘cleaner’ - I’d rather not to do so unless completely necessary.