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Hi! My windows 7 will not load after updating my Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 driver. I think it was one of the latest beta drivers. Right before the desktop should appear the system reboots, and the "Advanced boot options" screen appears that's offering to start in safe mode. Even the old driver versions don't work anymore, seams like the beta drivers screwed up my graphics card somehow.
Everything works fine on default windows drivers in safe mode, or on the integrated intel HD graphics 4000 (with Intel HD graphics drivers installed). I've also tried plugging in the ATI Radeon R9 270X to rule out the motherboard, and it works fine with the latest drivers.
I've read through some other forum threads with the same problem but didn't find a solution yet.
Have any of you had the same problem?
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by methwow View Post

May I ask what is differnet between this and using DDU to uninstall ? Having some issues with drivers atm
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Why was this guide created?

3rd Party software uninstallers have been known to cause software corruption by removing essential files such as chipset, audio drivers and system library’s including various .dll’s within system32. These 3rd party software uninstallers include the likes of DDU and CCleaner ext.
When such files are removed or corrupted, it causes system devices to operate improperly. Many users have had to reinstall their Operating System to regain stability and/or access to their computer without abnormal functionality.

It's the first paragraph in the OP..
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