|21 May 2010||#22|
I've had the same BSOD 116....I have Nvida Card 310
I have read the BC Code 116 on both ATI and Nvida so I doubt it is directly a driver or card issue
I did a re-image and am now using a DVI cable
I believe it is caused by the type of cable...I replaced the HDMI with a DVI cable
Things have been normal for a week plus and the DVI cable works well
I am guessing the video/audio feature of the HDMI in Win7 64 is a possible cause
DVI being strictly a video cable....JMHO
Of course some may not even be using an HDMI cable....just saying it is working now with the DVI cable ....in my case
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