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so I determined that the issue with my pc was the latest nvidia driver for my gtx 260. driver version 260.99. I was able to use my pc for a few hours with no issues after removing the driver.

now I need to find the most recent, stable driver................
I am sorry, but I do not see how ur nvidia drivers is causing IBT to fail... Did you by chance run ccleaner or something during the uninstall ?

Its far more likely you are having RAM issues that are slowly corrupting your programs/OS.
    
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I am sorry, but I do not see how ur nvidia drivers is causing IBT to fail... Did you by chance run ccleaner or something during the uninstall ?

Its far more likely you are having RAM issues that are slowly corrupting your programs/OS.
This. I am running 260.99 on my GTX275 / P8P67 Pro and a 2500k with a 24/7 stable OC of 4.5ghz. Biggest issue I've had is getting the memory stable on it. While it worked just fine on my older setup, SB just doesn't seem to like it very much.
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sorry...let me be a little more clear.

It was the nvidia driver causing the issue. It occurring during IBT was just coincidence. It happens when not stressing the PC as well. I used some old nvidia drivers and BAM! no problems any more.
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sorry...let me be a little more clear.

It was the nvidia driver causing the issue. It occurring during IBT was just coincidence. It happens when not stressing the PC as well. I used some old nvidia drivers and BAM! no problems any more.
I'm wondering now if that's causing some problems with other people unstable P67 setups.
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it's very possible. It won't have anything to do with boot issues of course, which is the ram issue that most seem to be having. But def once windows is loaded. I used two different nvidia GPUs using 260.99 and 260.89....with major issues. The PC would just stop responding and the screen would go black. 258.96 from windows update worked flawlessly and resolved my issue.
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