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DirectX Error: "GetDeviceRemovedReason" failed

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I was playing some BF3 and I got this error. What is causing this? How can I fix it?

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Drivers doing a poop.
What drivers are you running?
Try a CLEAN reinstall / upgrade
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I have 320.49. Yeah I'm going to try that. Is it definitely just the driver? I just got this one too...

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Unless your GPU is overclocked and is unstable, I can't think of any other reason it would do that other than drivers doing weird stuff.
Make sure you have latest windows updates and whatnot
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I re-installed the latest driver and I am getting the second error message again. I did a clean install deleting all NVIDIA related folders plus all registries. Windows is up-to-date and I have not overclocked my GPU at all. What is going on?
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