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Windows 7: BSOD and display driver stopped responding and has recovered

26 Feb 2013   #1
crazykilla

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 
BSOD and display driver stopped responding and has recovered

Hello, I'm CrazyKilla

Recently i got black ops 2, it started crashing without giving me a reason, and i finally saw the "Display driver stopped respoding and has recovered" at the bottom right of my screen, i found out that disabling SLI fixes this, i completed the game...
Now i installed newer version of NVIDIA drivers, and now with the Display Driver stopped responding, i'm now getting a BSOD...
I am playing crysis 3 at the moment and running 2xGTS 450's with SLI, what is the problem here? drivers? are my cards failing?


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26 Feb 2013   #2
shankly1985

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

When I get the driver crash, it happens because the GPU dont have enough voltage. Are you overclocking? if so you will need to increase voltage a touch or lower your overclock.

If you haven't Overclocked yourself, is the Card a pre-Overclocked version? then same applies to above.

Hope this helps
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27 Feb 2013   #3
archer

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by crazykilla View Post
Hello, I'm CrazyKilla

Recently i got black ops 2, it started crashing without giving me a reason, and i finally saw the "Display driver stopped respoding and has recovered" at the bottom right of my screen, i found out that disabling SLI fixes this, i completed the game...
Now i installed newer version of NVIDIA drivers, and now with the Display Driver stopped responding, i'm now getting a BSOD...
I am playing crysis 3 at the moment and running 2xGTS 450's with SLI, what is the problem here? drivers? are my cards failing?
Hi crazykilla....did you uninstall the old drivers completely and removed all bits of it using Driver sweeper. Also try to run memtest to check errors on the memory.
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