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I've had no problems,but hey better safe then sorry,rollback here.
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post #22 of 1424
Yeah, I had those same artifacts in BF3 with those drivers. I went back down to 310.90. Works fine.
post #23 of 1424
how to rollback?
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I haven't experienced a single problem so far *knock on wood*. Would you advise rolling back to 314.22?
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Quoted from the website:

"07:44AM – User with GTX 460 reports intermittent complete lock up of PC using 320.18 display drivers"

So i am not the only one having this issue with my GTX 460! My bro and dad were using it and the PC would hang at random times! I had to kill my overclocks and everything thinking that it was an overheating issue or something.
On my i5 rig with 2500k and GTX 460, it was reported to me that the cursor would teleport all over the screen, PC would intermittently hang and the cursor would be a hand sign, a loading circle sign and all that. When playing Planetside 2, it would get random BSODs which dont happen.

On my C2D E6600 rig with a GT 610, before my PC loads, i will see artifacts on my mouse cursor; as in, the whole screen is black and my cursor is a very large "artifact" box which can be moved around the screen. I need to wait for a few seconds for it to disappear.

Anyone has any ideas how do i roll back the driver in the correct and safe manner? I want the OCN version. Haha.
Edited by crazydj - 6/9/13 at 11:00am
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I've been getting extremely bad artifacting in Crysis 3 since I installed these drivers. Like the whole screen is odd colors. It isn't all the time but it has happened multiple times. I'll try and grab a video of it next time it happens.
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There doesn't seem to be enough evidence to proclaim that the driver is actually killing gpu's.
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post #28 of 1424
Quote:
Originally Posted by crazydj View Post

Quoted from the website:

"07:44AM – User with GTX 460 reports intermittent complete lock up of PC using 320.18 display drivers"

So i am not the only one having this issue with my GTX 460! My bro and dad were using it and the PC would hang at random times! I had to kill my overclocks and everything thinking that it was an overheating issue or something. Anyone has any ideas how do i roll back the driver in the correct and safe manner?


If you click the link of the article, you have a detailed step-by-step tutorial

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What you’ll need: A little bit of patience..!
*Compatible/Working geforce driver for you GPU extracted from Nvidia installer to a newly created folder on your desktop.
*Installed Driver Fusion, aka Driver Sweeper Link: http://www.treexy.com/media/30691/driver_fusion_1.6.0.exe
*Installed CCleaner Link: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download/standard

First: Boot into Safe Mode follow instructions below!
*Win7 -Restart PC and keep hitting F8 on your keyboard until you see an option to select Safe Mode.
*Win8 -Open Notepad, copy and paste the following command line: C:\Windows\system32>shutdown /r /o /f /t 00
-then save-as this text file with the following name onto your desktop: SafeBoot8.bat
-Now once you run this created batch file your PC will reboot into SafeMode Menu, select option 4 for Safe Mode.

Second: Once in Safe Mode Go to your device manager!
-1- Win7/Win8 hold down Windows Key on your keyboard & simultaneously press R, paste the following command and hit OK: devmgmt.msc
-2- Now expand Display adapters by clicking on the small triangle then right-click on your Nvidia GeForce GPU and select Uninstall.
-3- Then open Driver Fusion Utility and select/mark Nvidia Display & Nvidia PhysX & hit analyze, delete what ever it finds but don’t click on reboot just yet.
-4- Open CCleaner and scan registry several times until it finds nothing once finished reboot your Win7/Win8 PC back into Safe Mode.
-5- Repeat step 3 & step 4 above until Driver Fusion finds nothing, rebooting into Safe Mode each time until finished.

Third: Installing working driver from Safe Mode!
-Open GeForce Driver folder that you had created previously from an extracted driver at the beginning of this guide, and right-click on setup.exe & run as Admin
-Click Agree & Continue & select Custom/Advanced option & deselect everything that you don’t need or have use for like 3D crap but make sure you select clean install.
-Finish Installation and reboot normally this time back to your desktop and continue-on with your life
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post #29 of 1424
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Originally Posted by General123 View Post

That awkward moment when you have these drivers and nothing is wrong headscratch.gif

+1, I haven't had any problem with this driver either.
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how to rollback?

Install the 314.22 driver and choose the "clean install" option.
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Since a very long time ago, all Nvidia-packaged driver software comes with a complete wipe/install new driver feature if you select custom during setup.
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