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Already have an account? TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. I have read where every kind of laptop and desktop model with both ATI & Nvidia standalone cards and integrated chipsets (even some Intel GPU's) are having this problem. Check This Out

to repair it. Didn't work for me. Work-arounds don't address the cause of the problem.I've got a customer's system with:Windows 7 Pro 64bitP55A-UD3Ri5 7502X2GB Kingston 1333Corsair VX450WAsus GF9500GTAntec 300etc.We set up the system at their home and it handbookliveJul 26, 2010, 9:25 PM Someone suggested installing a different card, then re-installing the original. Continued

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AnonymousJun 15, 2010, 5:59 AM My system: Q9550, 4gb ddr2 1066, DFI MB, GTX280oc....After I added new ram I began to experience this inraging problem. happened on a 4 year old x850 and 3.5 year old x700 that came with prebuilt P4 Dell computers. I can play Bad Company 2 all day long with no problems, for example. Can you please let me know if I install the latest display driver from ATI, will it help me solve the problem?

I've just been using my laptop ever since, but I'd like to fix this somehow so I can set up a home office.I googled the error and found so many results. i didnt try the OTHER card alone tho. Do any of you recall updating your windows before the problem started showing up? Your Pc Ran Into A Problem And Needs To Restart. We'll Restart For You The stuff is terrible.

There's even a http://www.nvlddmkm.com/ with no consensus on a fix, just basically people posting their own individual fixes. Or can it be fixed a different way?Here are my PC details (model numbers on the parts I found):Motherboard: GA-8N-SLI (it's a dual graphics card board, I only have one plugged Cooling is NOT an issue, plenty of fans n temps are fine. We changed to several different drivers, but none solved the issue.

Try running some memory tests (memtest) just for the sake of elimination. Windows 10 Blue Screen Critical Process Died beaucheeFeb 4, 2010, 7:24 PM I actually manage to fix my issue has well but for some reason the format/fresh install didn`t seem enough...I guess this is a work around but It's like a case of so much information, you don't know which is the one to go with. No wonder a lot of people are upset with MS.

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PartyslammerFeb 28, 2010, 1:09 AM So I finally pin pointed the problem with my pc crashing was the NVidea (ASUS) GeForce 8400 GS graphics card dying. https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=407193 Just When the fight starts up all the spells go on her the game hangs and shuts down.Kept trying trying till 30 mins.Solution: I dint use any spells, got the 2 Windows 10 Blue Screen Error MS needs to get off their butts and resolve this once and for all. Windows 10 Blue Screen Loop gomiNov 11, 2009, 7:42 AM my friend has the same problem on a fairly new ati 4670, I hope the card is not broken.

Upon boot and start of Windows (Vista), I get a popup about my graphics card driver nvlddmkm.sys stopped responding or had a fatal error, and has restarted. his comment is here Doesn't run at advertised speeds. Ask a question and give support. The work-arounds all involve lowering resolution, features (disabling Aero/Flash/3D games), installing older/newer drivers, replacing one video card for another and even reformatting and reinstalling op systems. Your Pc Ran Into A Problem And Needs To Restart Windows 10 Loop

And the problem seem to start and spread only after 1 day of using the Adobe CS5. dolsimanApr 30, 2010, 9:45 PM Earlier in the morning I had problems installing win7, now I have this NVidia windows kernal mode driver playing up. for as long as the card acts up.. this contact form From what I've found on various sites, this is not an isolated problem but fairly widespread.I'm very close to simply replacing the card with a non-NVIDEA card.

Several days no crashes. Windows 10 Blue Screen Log The video card is a NVIDIA PCI Bus slot GeForce 8400GS. ill snoop around some more using these suggestions.

I'm using win 7 32-bit, but the same thing happened on 32 bit Vista.

If I am right, this switching back the theme to Classic one, reduces the memory usage to larger extent and gives space for the Video Graphics Card's CPU which is running beaucheeFeb 22, 2010, 8:30 AM My work around isn't working after all...it restarted !!! ern88Jul 29, 2010, 8:51 AM I have a Sapphire 5850, Intel E8400 CPU. 4 gigs ram. Windows 10 Blue Screen Irql_not_less_or_equal Games run fine.

I couldn't tell from your post. And I also am getting this stupid error. The problem was being caused by Internet Explorer.I installed Google Chrome as my web browser and the problem disappeared. http://divxeo.com/windows-10/windows-10-blue-screen-of-death.html daedalus685Sep 20, 2009, 1:05 PM affliictiion said: ok.

Problem is, I want to upgrade to a comparable or hopefully better performing card to the 8400 but my pc's power is 300 watts and most decent video cards use upwards I don't know if I want to replace the power supply, and I'm not sure what kind of card I can use under the following limitations/specs that's better than my 8400:NVidea I recommend corsair or gskill. Bios update.5.

And finally, what is your power supply? AnonymousMar 29, 2010, 8:16 PM I had the same problem with my GT220 card. Also, run memtest and prime95 just to ensure the rest of the system is good. Games would crash within 20 seconds or so.Finally solved by removing 1 memory module,leaving just one 2gb module in board.

I have seen where someone in a forum posted that they replaced their ATI card with an Nvidia card and their problem was solved. A friend of mine has the CPU and is running some diagnostics on it over the weekend. GriffolionFeb 22, 2010, 9:07 AM Partyslammer said: I'm dealing with a problem that's very similar to what others are describing in this thread.....The PC is a 2008 HP 9040N desktop, running If I need to, what's a good, solid card with a slim profile that will provide me top support for a large LCD where I watch a lot of blu-ray content

But, after sometime I make the video full screen, it stops the video playing and displays the message - "Display Driver Stopped Working and has recovered successfully".