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post #21 of 26
I get this also, happens in game alot, but doesn't effect game play too much, just pauses for a few seconds then comes back, I am suprised Vista can even survive a video driver crash without freezing completely up.
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Well that fixed the problem I was having...... I'm about to try to put the 2nd stick back in.......
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I'd try forcing fanspeed to 100%. My stock GTX couldn't handle Crysis at normal speeds (and got the black screens/driver freezing), but I could OC it and play Crysis without any of the problems when I forced the card's fan to 100%. RivaTuner is the nVidia one, or you can do it through nTune (but RivaTuner gives you more detail/doesn't limit you as much).
You can download RivaTuner at www.guru3d.com
Hope this helps :]
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post #24 of 26
I use to have this all the time until I tried some of the drivers RX7Racer linked and the hotfixes. Let me see if I can find the ones I used.


I'll start posting some hotfixes that might fix your issue.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940105


Also, try using these drivers.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/winvista_x86_169.44.html
post #25 of 26
I had this problem too; after some testing I found it was one of my memory sticks as well. After getting a pair of new ones (bought them as a set), never had the problem again.
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post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by tweakboy View Post
It's gotta be a Vista problem, as usual!,,, gl,
Really? I have absolutely no problems with my rig running Vista x64. I think the days automatically reverting blame to Vista is so Feb of last year.

I had a heck of a time with the 'nvlddklm has stopped responding' issue. If that memory trick didn't work, you could do this:

Make sure you have all of these that apply to your system:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/windows..._hotfixes.html

If it says it doesn't apply to your system it either doesn't or it's already been installed.

Lower your clocks a little bit and try again. My problem was being caused by an unstable overclock. I changed some voltages and I haven't seen the display driver stop error since.
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