|26 Jan 2013||#1|
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Nvidia Windows Kernel Mode Driver Stopped responding...Please Help.
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|03 Feb 2013||#4|
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Try this method. It seems complicated, but is quite simple and takes less than 5 minutes.
Download the latest driver for your card from Nvidia and save it to the desktop.
Go to C:/Nvidia (The usual location for Display drivers.) Open the folder and there will be a folder for display drivers, open it. Inside will be a folder for every Nvidia driver you have installed. They will be named 306.23, 310.90 etc. Delete all of them but do not delete the display driver folder itself.
Disconnect from the Internet to keep windows from installing a generic display driver. It will install a display adapter, but that's OK.
Go to Control Panel > Uninstall programs and find Nvidia. Important: If you have an Nvidia chipset DO NOT uninstall the chipset driver. Uninstall the 3D driver, PhysX driver, HDMI Driver and all other drivers. IMPORTANT: Uninstall the Display driver Last. After uninstalling the display driver you will be prompted to reboot. Do so. When you come back, Windows will install the display adapter, It's OK.
Begin installing the driver you downloaded from Nvidia on your desktop. Select the language, accept the agreement and select Custom Install. Make sure the 'Clean Install' box is checked. Uncheck all drivers except the Display driver and the Physx Driver. Do not install any of the other drivers unless you have a particular need for the 3D driver. Complete the install and reboot.
Connect to the Internet again and you are done.
The very long explanation for these: http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1174372&mpage=1
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