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Windows 7: BSOD after new windows installation. nvlddmkm.sys and ntoskrnl.exe

02 Nov 2013   #11
giorg0s

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Why use these drivers there are new ones out there (331.65)

I was not overclocking. However I reset the bios settings just in case.

I did everything you said exept installing the old drivers. If I get the bsod I will install the old drivers and report back


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02 Nov 2013   #12
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by giorg0s View Post
Why use these drivers there are new ones out there (331.65)

I was not overclocking. However I reset the bios settings just in case.

I did everything you said exept installing the old drivers. If I get the bsod I will install the old drivers and report back
Coz, all the driver versions after that one are troublesome. I know what is out ... I check all them personally and depend on the issues posted by people like you.

Better you use 314.22, not anything else.
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