I've been having this problem pretty much ever since I got my computer in November of 2012. "Nvidia kernel mode driver
has stopped responding and has successfully recovered." The computer would be unresponsive and then go black for a few seconds before that message pops up. I've tried doing a clean install of the most recent driver for my graphics card, and tried uninstalling the card and reinstalling it with no luck. The thing is, I was having an issue with my network adapter before the issue with my graphics card started. Every time I would download something, be in a Skype call, watch a video, or just be browsing the internet, the network status in the taskbar would say I have no internet access and I'd lose internet. I'd then click on "Open Network and Sharing Center," click on the "!" button, and the troubleshooter would fix the problem. I think it reset the network adapter every time I had the troubleshooter run. I downloaded a program called DriverMax and installed a newer driver for my network adapter, which fixed the problem, but once I did that, the problem with my graphics card started happening where it would stop responding and recover. It might be a conflict in drivers
or something, but how would I fix this? My graphics card is a GeForce GTX 460, motherboard is an Intel D955XBK, and the network adapter is an Intel(R) PRO/1000 PM Network Connection (10.0.0.11).