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Windows 7: Nvidia 9600 m GT driver is crashing pc

06 Sep 2009   #1

Windows 7
Nvidia 9600 m GT driver is crashing pc

Hi everyone, I have three pcs installed with windows7 sucessfully. I love the operating system.
My laptop is having issues with my 9600 m GT 512 video update will not find my video card like it does on all my other systems .. 186.81 is the version I have attempted to use from the nvidia webpage... windows reboots saying it had a problem booting and it will attempt to resolve the problem... I have to use system restore after each time I install these drivers... anyone else having an issue like this? Is there a solution to this problem?

Thank You all in advance


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07 Sep 2009   #2

XP, Vista, W7 64bit Home Premium

Have you thought about a bios update, have you been to the laptop site to make sure you have all drivers up to date - no yellow asterisks in device manager.
Have you tried updating the chipset drivers? Chipset (ver.

Download Center SAMSUNG
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07 Sep 2009   #3
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64

I also have a nvidia 9600mgt, Windows updates finds drivers for it, but i manually install my drivers, so its a 1 off case, possibly.
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18 Sep 2009   #4

Windows 7


Hi, see here:

Geforce 9600M GT Driver problem Windows 7 64bit

And my solution in may R560

1-Update bios of R560.
2-Instal chipset x64 of R610
3-Install Battery Mangager of R610 (x64)
4-Install Display Manger of R610 (x64)
5-Instll Drivers sound hdmi of R610 (x64)
6-Install drivers nvidia of of R610. (x64)
7-7-I have not yet nvidia drivers install (186.xx) current when the test notice, really work.

jajajajaja... 4 g of Ram... 64 bit... jajajaja....thans very thanks

ahh, today, Ive installed ultimate drivers of nvidia for 9600gt... and work 100%...

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Good loock to all user with Samsung R560 its a very good machineeeeeeehhh
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