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Display Driver Has Stopped Responding And Has Recovered Nvidia 285.62

Interestingly the results said that I didn't have the latest driver 285.62 but had 197.13. So, you will make this file an OLD file instead of system file, so it won't work anymore. I've uninstalled and installed the latest nVidia... I just really hope it helps some of you. useful reference

I recently went and purchased D3 and GW2... This will expand the new nvlddmkm file from sy_ toa a system file with .sys extension. Why on earth would you want to dual boot Windoze Vista and Seven? Hope this works for you all Edited by thelawdawg Thursday, December 22, 2011 2:21 PM Proposed as answer by thelawdawg Thursday, December 22, 2011 2:21 PM Thursday, December 22, 2011 2:19 https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/508747/nvidia-windows-kernel-mode-driver-version-285-62-stopped-responding/

He experienced no freezing while streaming videos/games at all. Many months ago I had this problem. I am not watching a movie or playing a game.

disabled 'use hardware acceleration when available' in firefox. I have been having these issues for almost a YEAR! Also BSODs which look like they're in a similar vein. Incidentally, a few days ago I found a rather handy summary of many of the trouble shooting suggestions mentioned earlier in this thread.

Then out of curiosity, I took out 4gb (2x 2gb) memory sticks out of 8gb (4x 2gbs) and guess what, it fixed the problem, no more errors. Intel Core i7 CPU 975 @ 3.33GHz 16 GB RAM Crucial (4x4GB DDR3 Ballistix) NVidia GeForce GTX 295 Win7 Home Prem x64 1000 watt power supply Thanks for reading! I thoroughly cleaned the inside of my computer. directory Notice how the last five digits are the old display drive number above.

Share your knowledge, ask questions, and explore popular Revit Architecture topics. I even had another NVIDA graphics card, put it in my rig and it had the same errors, meaning this was not GPU malfuntion. All rights reserved Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. All rights reserved.

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  • Eventually I did a lot of research.
  • I even ran the memtest and there was no problem at all.
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  • When this problem cropped up again, I went in and sure enough the changes I made months ago were back to where they had been.
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  • Anyone with the same problem with no image in the begining (bios info) of the computer?
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BUT the minute you leave game or it no longer senses a load on the GPU, it will automatically drop the fan speed to default, 30% on my card. Once a week maybe. CPU Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7400 @ 2.80GHz (2 CPUs), ~2 Motherboard G31M-ES2L Memory 2048MB RAM Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 Sound Card Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio) Monitor(s) Displays Working...

Now here are some similarities that I have seen. http://forumfamiljar.com/display-driver/display-driver-has-stopped-responding-and-recovered-nvidia.php This NEVER happened with Vista, and happens every time I print with Win 7. Watch the GPU temp from running near nothing (lower temp) and then some graphics intensive game (higher temp). However, my computer also often freezes up on me and forces me to restart, since my mouse and keyboard fail to be recognized when that happens.

Sometimes they just don't die. Afaik possible causes are: - Defective or overheating video card (Deadlocked GPU or defective Video Ram) - Bad system RAM (Test: RAM - Test with Memtest86+ ) - Display driver incorrectly Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. this page it seem that nvidia graphic cards are compatible with our respective possessors but our cpu frequency isn't compatible with graphic card's default frequency & each cpu has different u need to

Loading... Emind Lab 34,519 views 1:23 #2016 Nvidia "Display driver stopped responding" FIX!! - Duration: 5:29. I will post if this 'fix' fails.

More fans can help as long as they target the GPU heat.

More resources See also Will AMD Phenom II x6 1055T bottleneck Nvidia gtx 1050 or an rx 460? Never have an issue for 1 and a half year, but yesterday started when i was in you tube and then the video went to green, after some time the video I'm on a pretty tight budget here at the moment so very reluctant to if I can avoid it. Windows 7: Nvidia windows kernel mode driver version 301.42 stopped responding Page 6 of 6 « First < 45 6 17 Nov 2012 #51 danieldennis20 Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Now, though, I get a slightly different error... "The NVIDIA Open GL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. My processor and RAM (timing) have been overclocked for over 3 yrs 24/7 with no problem. This time, I would like to suggest you test the issue in Clean Boot to check if there is a software conflict. Get More Info Not "it hasn't happened yet, keeping my fingers crossed", but actually fixed.

I am running a GTX 480. TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Microsoft Edge   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all still same problem... However, I recently discovered it was REALLY outdated (like version 8 out of 15 which is the current version as of now).

Done. After reading through it, and having experienced this problem a lot, then "fixing it", then having it pop back up again recently (which brought me here), I think I have found My beautiful computer that I lovingly put together myself was now ready to be thrown over the side as a boat anchor. my wife's computer (which I'm on right now) has never had its NVidia drivers updated AND NEVER HAD THIS FAIL.

Sunday, February 05, 2012 6:35 PM 0 Sign in to vote I had so many problems and got so frustrated with this "bug" that I decided to write you all what does that mean it is with the hardware? The restart only happened in the Autocad Preferred driver. THE SOLUTION: Nvidia Control Panel -> 3D Settings -> Set PhysX configuration -> Select a Physx processor -> choose your graphics card instead of leaving it on auto-select.

Was at my wits end, and have just uninstalled 3d vision, hopefully that fixes it. (It doesn't do it during windows media centre now, at least) James Thursday, Now i was able to catch a message that say something about the kernel, but the image was gone before i can totally read it, now the image never returned. Anyways, it seemed to be ok. This problem rather occurs when I click and switch between windows or when I just closed the media player.

As for why it's only happening while streaming, most systems GPU's use more of their onboard memory for streaming, then watching vids from your hard drive. I, personally, did not have this problem until I installed my GTX560 and updated to the "required" drivers for Battlefield 3. Could it be this is caused by some other problem like Motherboard or low power by the PSU?