The message you post does not say it cannot find the driver, but is related to software rendering instead of hardware acceleration.
Your kernel is 5.16.12 and fedora 35 now uses 5.16.18, which tells me the system has not been updated recently.
You have a 980Ti GPU. You don’t say which version of the nvidia driver is installed, but we can see if you post the output of dnf list installed *nvidia* and inxi -Fzx.
I also would suggest that you do a full sudo dnf upgrade followed by a reboot as soon as possible since there have been many updates across the board since the 5.16.12 kernel was released. You said you updated but that kernel tells me you either did not reboot or did not do the update recently.
That output from the nvidia packages shows a driver was built for the 5.16.18 kernel but inxi shows you were running the 5.16.12 kernel. There are things that get updated but are not suitable for use with the older kernel so it is always a good thing to reboot as soon as the update is completed, especially when a kernel is updated.
It is possible that this update then rebooting will fix your problem. Please let us know.
BTW, just for future reference.
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