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Acer nitro AN515-53 Graphics driver

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Rascle53

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I bought a acer nitro AN515-53 with a "watch dog error" warning. Tried resetting to to factory it would get into the 60s% to the "please wait" mode, then go back into watch dog error. I worked on this thing all day finding solutions to different problem via the net with no resolutions. I Removed the hard drive took it to a Tec for testing it showed good with no problems, so thinking it could possible be ram, i replaced it, still no resolution.. Next day I  made a win 10 USB boot, loaded win 10 quick and smooth no errors at all on the original hard drive.

  Now the part I do not understand, when loading the Nvidia 388.73 drivers, it locks up pc, and if not rebooted the "watch dog " error returns.  Went to safe mode, uninstalled the driver, rebooted, immediately after reboot windows updated it Intel driver. I done all updates and all works great, except the Nvidia driver which still locks it up. I down loaded 471.11 Nvidia driver, worked for about a minute then lock up again. By the way the graphics card is Nvidia GTX 1050 TI. 
With CPU-Z under graphics its showing Intel UHD Graphics 630
  Anyone have any ideas on how to get this driver loaded without issues?

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