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Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

I'm getting the above error when coming out of standby with the 280.26 whlq drivers. Actually it also happens with the 280.19 beta drivers as well but as they were beta's....

My graphics Card is an Asus GTX560 Ti DirectCU II. It is a stock o/c by Asus to Core 900 Mem 4200 Shaders 1800 and I am not overclocking further. I've had the card for about 8 weeks and no problems at all with the 275.33 whql drivers.

Not sure what to make of it. After booting up the PC the crash happens the first time only the computer comes out of standby. Subseqent standbys no problem.

The crash has happened twice after booting up when IE9 is first opened but again not subseqently.

Never happened with the 275.33 drivers I can play games and run MSIKombuster for hours with no problems.

I'm fairly certain this is not a hardware issue as it is clearly not heat related and my system has been rock solid since built with a GTX460 and with the GTX 560 Ti until the new drivers.

Anyone else seeing this?
    
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Go back to 275.33. There are no performance gains with 280 anyway.
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Same problem here. But mine happens with internet. My card is pretty new GTX 560. 275.33 works fine. They messed with voltages in these new drivers and that is most likely the cause. They are working on a fix. A new beta driver might be coming out real soon to address only the voltage problem.

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Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

I'm getting the above error when coming out of standby with the 280.26 whlq drivers. Actually it also happens with the 280.19 beta drivers as well but as they were beta's....

My graphics Card is an Asus GTX560 Ti DirectCU II. It is a stock o/c by Asus to Core 900 Mem 4200 Shaders 1800 and I am not overclocking further. I've had the card for about 8 weeks and no problems at all with the 275.33 whql drivers.

Not sure what to make of it. After booting up the PC the crash happens the first time only the computer comes out of standby. Subseqent standbys no problem.

The crash has happened twice after booting up when IE9 is first opened but again not subseqently.

Never happened with the 275.33 drivers I can play games and run MSIKombuster for hours with no problems.

I'm fairly certain this is not a hardware issue as it is clearly not heat related and my system has been rock solid since built with a GTX460 and with the GTX 560 Ti until the new drivers.

Anyone else seeing this?
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Same problem here. But mine happens with internet. My card is pretty new GTX 560. 275.33 works fine. They messed with voltages in these new drivers and that is most likely the cause. They are working on a fix. A new beta driver might be coming out real soon to address only the voltage problem.
Thanks for the heads up. Once I searched 280.26 + voltage came up with this thread:

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?s...=206522&st=380

Looking forward to "fixed" drivers already.
    
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