Fix "Installation can't continue" problem with GeForce Experience when installing drivers.
Get and install the latest version of GeForce Experience from the following page.
Update Drivers & Optimal Playable Settings | NVIDIA GeForce Experience
Problem Details and Solution
When using the latest versions of After Effects or Premiere Pro, you may get a warning that the video driver you are using is no longer supported.
In my case, this appeared when using the latest version of After Effects.
You can ignore the warning and continue to edit, but it is better to use the latest version of the driver as it may cause the software to behave incorrectly.
If you are using NVIDIA drivers, you can install them via GeForce Experience.
However, this time, during installation, GeForce Experience said "Installation can't continue" and I could not install the driver.
The After Effects compatibility report will lead you to the following help page, but you have to uninstall the NVIDIA driver once, which is somewhat of a hassle.
Moreover, it does not solve what I originally wanted to do, which is to update the driver via GeForce Experience.
When I looked into this "Installation can't continue" issue with GeForce Experience, I found that there are some methods to manually update from Device Manager, but this is also a lot of work... ...that's a lot of work, isn't it?
But then I found NVIDIA's help page.
Here is the page:
Driver installation via GeForce Experience is giving "Installation can't continue” error | NVIDIA
I downloaded and installed the latest version of GeForce Experience as described on this page and was able to update the driver successfully.
Note that I did not need to uninstall my current GeForce Experience to reinstall GeForce Experience.
And after updating the driver, the After Effects compatibility report warning no longer appears.