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Windows 7: Windows Won't Load My GTX 295 Driver At Startup???

11 Feb 2016   #1
storm2313

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Windows Won't Load My GTX 295 Driver At Startup???

I have an older system, but it's a nice setup featuring Gigabytes EP45-UD3P, Q9550 CPU, 8gb DDR2 OCZ platinum, dual 1TB of Seagate hard drives, and EVGA GTX 295 graphics card.

I turn my machine off, and the machine refuses to display. I get to the windows colors screen in Win 7 Pro, and once it proceeds to load the desktop the screen goes black without a cursor, and that's where it stays.
This can be corrected by me reloading the Boot record when turning the system on, however upon powering the system off it does the same thing till I instigate another boot record repair.

I've replaced the hard drives, and CMOS battery. I tried starting the system in safe mode, and it loads fine. I then narrowed the issue down to Win 7 not loading the video driver on startup.

Does anyone know how to correct this issue?

Thank you.


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11 Feb 2016   #2
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Remove all video card related drivers and software, and of course make sure the card is plugged in, use ccleaner to clean up the registry.

Restart the pc and let windows do it`s thing, do not install any drivers on your own yet, run the pc for 10 minutes or so.

Post back your results.

Unless the GTX295 is brand new, I wouldn`t even use it.

After it`s running fine, then we will download the drivers from nvidia.
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