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Install GTX 560 Ti Drivers = BSOD

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Intel i5-2500k
Gigabyte GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3
Patriot S5 RAM 8 GB
EVGA GTX 560 TI
750W Corsair
Driver: 285.62

Sigh, I've tried so many different things, but it's the same each time. After I install the drivers for my GTX 560 Ti and restart, I start to get BSOD. I've tried to google solutions because it seems there are a few other people having the same problem, but nothing yet.
post #2 of 7
Try booting in safe mode. Run Driver sweeper. Install older version of 560ti drivers then update.
post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by xxlawman87xx View Post
Try booting in safe mode. Run Driver sweeper. Install older version of 560ti drivers then update.
Already tried with every single driver. The fact that the Stock settings are
850 Core Clock, 1700 Shader, 2052 Mem. Clock but @ 1000 mV doesn't really make sense. I'm going to increase the voltage to 1050 and see if it's stable.
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Originally Posted by thekiddjr View Post
Already tried with every single driver. The fact that the Stock settings are
850 Core Clock, 1700 Shader, 2052 Mem. Clock but @ 1000 mV doesn't really make sense. I'm going to increase the voltage to 1050 and see if it's stable.
It seems you have the EVGA FPB 560ti....I have 2 of the EXACT same kind. I have never had an issue. So it will it even boot? or does it just crash when under a load?
post #5 of 7
Have you tried the card in another PCI-e slot? In another machine? Have you tried reinstalling windows? Have you tried booting to a Linux live CD to see if other OS's have the problem? Have you tried with just one stick of RAM to see if it BSOD's, if it does try the other, if it doesnt try the other. Any OC on your CPU? If so have you dropped it back to stock? Is this a new card for your system or an existing one that started acting up? Is this a brand new build?
post #6 of 7
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Sigh! Got it working for like 2-3 days but I got BSOD'd again so the problem isn't fixed. I guess boosting the voltage kind of helped maybe.
Here I wrote down the exact BSOD message:
Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_or_Equal
Tech. Info: Stop: 0x000000D1 (0x0...0C0000, 0x0...2, 0x0...1, 0xFFFFF8000B9BC0D)
post #7 of 7
i had the same problem. Im running so all i did was swap the cards and it works perfectly. Try reseating the ram. It can also be a hardware default. If you didnt screw the graphics card to the case properly and the weight of the gfcard was all on the pci-e slot then it may have damaged the card
   
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