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I had just done a fresh install of windows 7 64 bit on my new ssd and installed the latest nvidia driver from the 24th for my gtx460 and my display kept crashing so I uninstalled drivers and installed extreme-g 285.58 driver. I thought it was doing better and then I click on a desktop icon and bam the screen goes black and recovered from nvidia graphics adapter error pops up. What is causing the problem ? Is it just me or is it the new drivers or something else? Thanks
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Have you checked the stability of the memory and your overclock?
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Try an older known to work driver. What ever you had before you reloaded Windows. My 3850 only likes Sapphire released drivers, not the ones from ATi, but its not reference, so maybe thats why.
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I have the same card and I remember reading some people had this issue and it was cased by the nvidia hd sound driver.
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I have the same card and I remember reading some people had this issue and it was cased by the nvidia hd sound driver.
Its odd that I had them and realtek because I am using the realtek for my sound. I dont know if this will help but I wil give it a try. Thanks
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Have you checked the stability of the memory and your overclock?
and I am on 4.4 ghz oc right now and no I have not tried stability yet. Thanks
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Usually driver recovered from a crash means it's an unstable video card overclock. That or your modified drivers are bad. Try official drivers

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Try checking the stability of your clocks. For graphics cards, You can use GPUTool for about as long as you want until some error is found. I recommend at least 30 minutes. Then you can also run some 3DMark benchmarks to make sure it is completely stable.
    
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post #9 of 22
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It never did freeze or crash. See attached pic and tell me if it looks ok ?
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Usually driver recovered from a crash means it's an unstable video card overclock. That or your modified drivers are bad. Try official drivers

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I tried the official drivers and it was worse. I am not overclocking my video card at all. Temps are also fine in the 30s. Thanks

edit : I also tried playing my batman game and it gives error saying directx 3d something is missing. Do I need to install any directx components . My windows is also up to date.
Edited by bayourebel - 10/28/11 at 5:26pm
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