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post #11 of 40
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Originally Posted by B-Con;13025183 
Seeing as you keep having the same problem with every driver version, I tend to think that it's not a specific driver version problem. It could be that something else within your system is conflicting with the driver.

Whenever a new driver version has been released, whether it be WHQL or Beta, I have always updated at that time. I haven't had any problems with any of the versions, both in games and when folding, except for the latest 270.51 beta (very buggy). Although, the only games I play are BFBC2 and Black Ops.

Actually, a while back, BFBC2 was occasionally freezing during gameplay. It turned out that my WMI repository was corrupt. I became aware of that when viewing the errors in Window's Event Viewer.

Are you running any GPU monitoring software in the background while playing? That can sometimes cause problems.

I'm not that familiar with your motherboard, but I noticed that it has both onboard video and sound. Are you able to disable both of those in the BIOS?

Is the card under warranty? You could contact EVGA, and see what they think might be the problem (power issue, bad card, etc).

Unfortunately, there's not one simple solution for this particular error. I hope you get it sorted out soon.
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Well, i dont run gpu monitoring software in the background anymore, last time i did was when i started the thread, i will try to disable sound and graphics onboard, and i cant contact EVGA cause i dont think its under warranty, and i live in Venezuela, and sadly, no ways to contact any manufacturer ):
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Originally Posted by Extreme Newbie;13016308 
I tried many Nvidia drivers with my GTX 295's and found that the only drivers that worked for folding are the ones that windows update installed.
Uninstall your current drivers and use Driver Sweeper to make sure you have removed all Nvidia graphics files. When you re-boot let windows update install the drivers.

Ok i know how to do those things excluding driver sweeper step, can you teach how to use it please? Never used it before.. confused.gif

I saw in rivatuner that i have 260.99 files and 197.45 files in my pc lol..

Oh and i heard that 295 co-op works better in Vista, is that true? D:

Thanks all
post #12 of 40
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Originally Posted by Phenomz View Post
Well, i dont run gpu monitoring software in the background anymore, last time i did was when i started the thread, i will try to disable sound and graphics onboard, and i cant contact EVGA cause i dont think its under warranty, and i live in Venezuela, and sadly, no ways to contact any manufacturer ):



Ok i know how to do those things excluding driver sweeper step, can you teach how to use it please? Never used it before..

I saw in rivatuner that i have 260.99 files and 197.45 files in my pc lol..

Oh and i heard that 295 co-op works better in Vista, is that true? D:

Thanks all
-From the control panel uninstall all Nvidia graphics drivers but don't restart the computer when prompted.
-Open driver sweeper and click analyze.
-Select the Nvidia components you want to remove and click on clean.
-Don't reboot when prompted.
-Click analyze again and see if any of the Nvidia components are still there. -If they are then select them and click on clean again.
-Reboot and let windows install the drivers.

I am going by memory so hopefully I didn't miss anything.
post #13 of 40
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Extreme Newbie View Post
-From the control panel uninstall all Nvidia graphics drivers but don't restart the computer when prompted.
-Open driver sweeper and click analyze.
-Select the Nvidia components you want to remove and click on clean.
-Don't reboot when prompted.
-Click analyze again and see if any of the Nvidia components are still there. -If they are then select them and click on clean again.
-Reboot and let windows install the drivers.

I am going by memory so hopefully I didn't miss anything.
I did what you said, when i click "clean" they dont dissapear
What can it be?
post #14 of 40
There should be a little button with a * on it. Click on that and select all, then click on clean.

Once again I am going by memory so if that doesn't work I will have to give you better instructions later tonight. I am away from my computer right now and working from a laptop.
post #15 of 40
Thread Starter 
Doesnt work.. it shows forceware 0.00 in GPU-z and unattached device in rivatuner :s and the files still there in driversweeper.. i select them all with the * and click "clean" but they just dis-select again and never deletes
post #16 of 40
Try rebooting and run driver cleaner again.
post #17 of 40
Thread Starter 
Noothing works..

P.S: Im without drivers and windows update says that there is no available updates.. lol im @ 800x600 without Aero in my desktop with "forceware 0.00" and THERE IS NO available gfx updates.. Oh cmon microsoft!
post #18 of 40
Does the GTX295 show up in device manager?
post #19 of 40
When you ran Driver Sweeper, you didn't select "NVIDIA - Chipset" did you?
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i7-920 D0 @ 4.0 GHz (1.28V) ASUS P6X58D-E EVGA GTX 780 Classified (376.53) 3 x 4 GB G.Skill Ripjaws Z 1600 MHz (7-8-8-22) 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB Samsung 840 PRO 256 GB Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB Sony AD-7240S DVD RW 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Corsair H55 (GT AP-15 Pull + Shroud) Windows 10 Professional 64-bit ASUS PB278Q 27" LED 1440p ViewSonic VX2433wm 24" LCD 1080p 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung LN46C630 46" LCD TV 1080p Logitech G510s EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3  Cooler Master HAF 932 
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post #20 of 40
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Ye, well i updated with the device manager and it downloaded then installed forceware 267.24.. and gives me the same problem.. NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver v 267.24 stopped responding and recovered successfully, idk what to do now im lost i cant play
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