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Windows 7: Windows 7 RC + nvlddmkm.sys BSOD

18 Apr 2010   #51
aphellyon

win7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richw76 View Post
Hello aphellyon. It is definitely the nvlddmkm.sys thing. I'm not very technical with this stuff, but with very clear instructions..... I can do it .
I updated the drivers a few days ago, and so far so good. But I haven't watched video or anything yet. I also turned up the speed on my cooling fans.

Any help is much appreciated.

Rich
I'm assuming you mean you updated the video card drivers? If so, and you're still crashing, we'll need to roll back your realtek lan driver. Open up the device manager, (click the start button, then right click "computer" and select "properties"... when the System panel opens up click on "Device Manager" in the upper left corner). Once the Device manager is open, find and dbl click "network adapters". If you have a Realtek PCIe driver in there, right click it and select "properties". Once the properties panel is open select the "driver" tab. Then click "Roll Back Driver". You'll be prompted to reboot. Before you reboot, you'll need to check how your windows update manager is set up. If it's set to full auto, it'll just re-install the conflicting lan driver and undo your roll-back. So go back to the "system" panel and click on "windows update" in the bottom left corner. Once in the windows update panel click "change settings". I set mine up to automatically check for and download updates but to let me decide which ones to install. If you don't feel comfortable having to manually install updates, you might can leave Important updates set to automatic and just un-check "give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates" under "recommended updates". I'm not totally sure this will keep window from re-installing the lan driver update, but it should since it's listed as an "optional" update.

Good luck... hope this helps. And sorry if my instructions were a bit too detailed... wasn't sure what your experience level was and so I erred on the side of caution.

Aphellyon


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09 Dec 2010   #52
richw76

Windows 7 64Bit
 
 

[/QUOTE]

I'm assuming you mean you updated the video card drivers? If so, and you're still crashing, we'll need to roll back your realtek lan driver. Open up the device manager, (click the start button, then right click "computer" and select "properties"... when the System panel opens up click on "Device Manager" in the upper left corner). Once the Device manager is open, find and dbl click "network adapters". If you have a Realtek PCIe driver in there, right click it and select "properties". Once the properties panel is open select the "driver" tab. Then click "Roll Back Driver". You'll be prompted to reboot. Before you reboot, you'll need to check how your windows update manager is set up. If it's set to full auto, it'll just re-install the conflicting lan driver and undo your roll-back. So go back to the "system" panel and click on "windows update" in the bottom left corner. Once in the windows update panel click "change settings". I set mine up to automatically check for and download updates but to let me decide which ones to install. If you don't feel comfortable having to manually install updates, you might can leave Important updates set to automatic and just un-check "give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates" under "recommended updates". I'm not totally sure this will keep window from re-installing the lan driver update, but it should since it's listed as an "optional" update.

Good luck... hope this helps. And sorry if my instructions were a bit too detailed... wasn't sure what your experience level was and so I erred on the side of caution.

Aphellyon[/QUOTE]

Sorry for the LONG delay on this.
I'm still running into the same problems... I followed your instructions, and in device manager/Network adapters. It's Intel(R) 82567LF-2 Gigabit Network Connection.

I really don't know what to do. Am I better off buying new video cards for this stupid computer?
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31 Jan 2011   #53
bhushan8805

win 7
 
 

*** Solved 100% ***

hi guys.. i'm using the same nVidia 8600M GS and had the same issue.
i'm using windows 7 x64.

here are the steps to resolve this issue.
1. download the latest version of drivers from nvidia.com
2. DO NOT INSTALL STRAIGHT AWAY.
3. restart your computer in safe mode.
4. install the driver.
5. after completing the installation, restart the computer in SAFE MODE again and log in.
6. now restart your computer in normal mode. DONE..

cheers!
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