|26 Mar 2011||#1|
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Configuring TDR in Registry
I have been getting the famous "Display driver stopped working and has recovered" A LOT in Crysis 2. I can't play it. It takes like 30 seconds for the problem to start, and after that every 2 to 8 seconds it happens.
So i googled, a lot. And i found this:
Timeout Detection and Recovery of GPUs through WDDM
I've added the registry values, but it doesn't seem to be working, cause i just tried it out, and set the value to 8. Thats what changed the delay from 2 to 8 seconds. I set this to 3600, wondering if i'd get this error in every hour. That would be better.
But it also didn't work. So, i was wondering if i made a mistake while editing the registry, so i posted a screenshot. Its on attachments.
What did i do wrong?
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