I did a FULL Windows Install, set all my settings to clock and am still getting the error. I have fine tuned and found that the issue ONLY
arises when I shut down the monitor. It seems either the Video card drivers
or the GPU or the usb monitor drivers are shutting off the card causing the system to crash.
1. I have taken the USB 3 plugs out of the ports on my monitor and this still seems to happen.
2. Sleep / hibernate is disabled.
REALLY would love ANY help
So I have a conundrum, the computer only freezes when I am not looking at it. I have never caught the crash while it is in use.
My system is:
3 30" Surround monitors
6 IDE Hard Drives
The issue first started occurring about a month ago, I felt at first it was an O/C issue, but then I questioned this since it was the first time I had an issue and I have had a stable overclock for over a year now. Then I realized the issue only occurred when I left the computer at night and turned off the monitors.
This led me to believe that the issue may reside with either video drivers or the monitors (has a usb port) themselves as I had just installed the Titan. I went ahead and loaded Beta drivers and the system seemed to have gone away. However, the only thing I have done new now is:
- Installed a new SSD and used the Samsung Pro 512GB migration software
- Installed signed Driver
release drivers for the Titan
After spending the day yesterday on the new SSD, I still had issues so reading the forums I installed WinDGB but when I used the tutorial and forced my system to crash now windows is highly unstable. Right now I am running TrueImage back to my image before I moved the system to the SSD. So hopefully the SSD likes that image.
What can I do now? How do I diagnose where the driver conflict is?(I assume this is the issue?), I have had old issues like right clicking in explorer and explorer crashing, but for all of us long timers we know that's a shell issue. I REALLY do not want to reinstall windows, but I am starting to feel it's back to the drawing board and making an up to date slipstream Win 7 DVD.