|30 May 2010||#2|
Are you overclocking your video card at all? The error is exactly as it says. The video driver crashed for some reason, but luckily nvidia drivers are built to recover/reset when this happens rather than hanging the entire system.
I have found this driver version to be very helpful for my nvidia graphic issues.
Download it from here.
That is the 64bit version I assume you need by looking at your OS you listed.
Please install and try this then reply back if it helped your problem.
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|01 Jun 2010||#5|
Is this driver specific to any certain type of graphics card? aka his 7900? or would this also work on a GeForce 8800 GTS?
I'm having some serious boot issues with my graphics card right now and I'm willing to try anything to fix it, including this if it has worked for you.
here is the link to my thread in case you have any other input for my issue! Thanks!
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