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Windows 7: bsod when playing games, 0x00000116 nvkflt.sys

11 Dec 2013   #1
Hadra

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
bsod when playing games, 0x00000116 nvkflt.sys

Hi,

I am using an ASUS N56VM, 6 months old, and I am getting regular bsods when playing games.

The bsod occurs randomly after playing for a while, most of the time after 20 minutes, only when the game uses the dedicated graphics card (GT630M). It happens every time in some games, occasionally in others.

It looks like a heat problem, but I am positive that at least in some instances, the GPU wasn't at more than 60C when the bsod occured.

I tried clean re-installations of the Nvidia Drivers several times, first the latest driver, then the previous one, then the last known stable driver (314.22).
I also tried to downclock the GPU through the nvidia performance tool, but the error still comes up.

I am out of ideas, I am willing to try any method, follow any step you can give me, and if I can learn something in the process it's even better.

Thanks for any help you can provide


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12 Dec 2013   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Does the graphics card have a fan on it? If so, make sure it is operating. Also check the area around the card to make sure there is not dust/dirt clogging the area around the card. Also you might want to check this link to see if it helps ya any http://forums.geforce.com
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