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Windows 7: Black screen of death :( Help!

29 Jun 2014   #111
pushkar1989

Uttar Pradesh
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Then use NVIDIA DRIVERS 314.22WHQL only, at least on a test basis. Because it is the only driver version lately released by nvidia which does not fail at itself.

Follow NVIDIA Drivers - Avoid Problems while installing it.

BTW, have you experienced any BSODs (not blackouts or abnormal shutdowns) lately?

I will try them asap.
No there is no BSOD. I am facing only blackouts or abnormal shutdowns.


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29 Jun 2014   #112
pushkar1989

Uttar Pradesh
 
 

When I go to control panel and check for nvidia, I only show this. Black screen of death :( Help!-untitled.png

Should I use DDU or the one which you have send as reference? Till now I am using DDU for unistalling my GPU drivers.


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29 Jun 2014   #113
Arc

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You may use DDU, that is also a good option.

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No there is no BSOD. I am facing only blackouts or abnormal shutdowns.
Can you manage another PSU to test the situation?
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29 Jun 2014   #114
pushkar1989

Uttar Pradesh
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
You may use DDU, that is also a good option.

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No there is no BSOD. I am facing only blackouts or abnormal shutdowns.
Can you manage another PSU to test the situation?
No.. . I do not have anyone near me who has this kind of PC. They are all intel and using low end PC.
While I use FurMark, I do not get any black screen, Furmark makes my GPU 100% use and goes to more than 95 C after few minutes, so PSU can be bad?
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29 Jun 2014   #115
Arc

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Well, a PSU is, you might call it as SMPS, I think.

Irrespective of Intel or AMD. It is the place where you attach the power input, and a fan spins there.

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29 Jun 2014   #116
pushkar1989

Uttar Pradesh
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Well, a PSU is, you might call it as SMPS, I think.

Irrespective of Intel or AMD. It is the place where you attach the power input, and a fan spins there.


Yes, PSU = SMPS

What I mean to say they have 300W or max 450W Intex (cheap branded) PSU available with my friend or relative. No one has a godd branded PSU.
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29 Jun 2014   #117
Arc

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Can you take your PSU to a shop to get it tested that it is really supplying adequate power to the computer?
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29 Jun 2014   #118
pushkar1989

Uttar Pradesh
 
 

My brother has a 450W PSU, but I cannot run my GPU on that.
I need to use my mobo display, which I have already tested before getting my mobo and CPU rma and I got the black screen.
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29 Jun 2014   #119
pushkar1989

Uttar Pradesh
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Can you take your PSU to a shop to get it tested that it is really supplying adequate power to the computer?
Yes, I can. But just a thought. If FurMark isn;t taking much power from PSU?
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29 Jun 2014   #120
Arc

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Sometimes the hardware failure are very random, software based tests cannot catch them all the times.

One very common blackout issue is "display driver stopped responding and now recovered". In most of cases it is a bad GPU, but furmark cannot catch it.
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