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Hi everybody.
I was playing happily xcom 2 when my pc got a permanent black screen. After rebooting i got a blue screen and now im stuck in it, but the secure mode still works. The blue screen mentions the nvlddmkm.sys file so in the best case scenario it's only a drivers problem with my gigabyte gtx 560 OC. i have tried to replace the file expanding the .sy but it doesn't work. All the hardware is moderately clean and it should work without heat problems.

Anyone has any ideas or suggestions on the matter?
Thank you!
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Oh man, this is the same thing that happened with my MSI GTX560Ti... Black screen, reboot and then green/red squares everywhere followed by the same BSOD.

Thing i did:

1. rebooted in safe mode with network, uninstalled every driver by using "DDU" (Display Driver Uninstaller, you can find it on guru3d) and downloaded the latest nVidia drivers.

2. Installed new drivers. Checked for overclocks: card needed to be set at default, so i cranked her back using MSI Afterburner to default values

At this point everything should be fine rebooting again in normal mode. I wasn't lucky at first, so my card even ended in the oven at 180°C for 8-9 minutes. After that, luck returned and my card finally stopped to give me black screens and strange squares.

No more "nvlddmkm.sys" BSOD too
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Originally Posted by Scandisk View Post

Oh man, this is the same thing that happened with my MSI GTX560Ti... Black screen, reboot and then green/red squares everywhere followed by the same BSOD.

Thing i did:

1. rebooted in safe mode with network, uninstalled every driver by using "DDU" (Display Driver Uninstaller, you can find it on guru3d) and downloaded the latest nVidia drivers.

2. Installed new drivers. Checked for overclocks: card needed to be set at default, so i cranked her back using MSI Afterburner to default values

At this point everything should be fine rebooting again in normal mode. I wasn't lucky at first, so my card even ended in the oven at 180°C for 8-9 minutes. After that, luck returned and my card finally stopped to give me black screens and strange squares.

No more "nvlddmkm.sys" BSOD too

It works until i install the new drivers, then it goes to the blue screen again after the reset.

Also how do you change the clock values if the overclock software needs the GPU drivers on and the drivers need to restart the pc to start working. As soon i restart with drivers i get the blue screen.
Edited by MATRAKA14 - 2/8/16 at 12:26am
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